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The post race meal menu reads like a feast from a gourmet restaurant: Asian Noodle Salad, Roasted Butternut Squash Couscous Salad. BBQ Lemon Ginger Chickenâ€¦ Fitting when you consider the entire Run For The Toad is a feast for every ultra-runner.
Itâ€™s getting to that time when you have to decide whether itâ€™s going to be tights or shorts for that race. Will you pull on a base layer, arm warmers or will it be the singlet, snubbing your nose at fallâ€™s chill and winterâ€™s freeze? Whatever you choose to wear, there are still great races on the calendar to register for in November and December. Savour these remaining opportunities to get on the startline in 2015.
Yu in the Zu is a cocktail filled with healthy ingredients and is served at The Coup in Calgary.
If youâ€™re going to drink, here are ways to fight the effects of alcohol on your body
By BJ Oudman Photography by Chris Welner
I want lean legs. I really, really do. But if having legs like Paula Radcliffeâ€™s requires no longer quaffing a craft beer on a summer afternoon or sipping on a creatively concocted cocktail before dinner, I will have to accept imperfection. I admit, I am weak, or maybe just like most who value fitness, but also partaking in pleasures of the drink.
A boat grounded by the 2004 tsunami sits 2K inland from the Thailand coast.
Bike trek Discovery reveals signs of tragedy and hope
By BJ Oudman Photography by BJ Oudman and Tourism Authority of Thailand, painting by Jakrapong Thongsongsom
The brightness of the white canvas caught my eye as I wheeled around the corner on my bike, trying to keep up with our cycling leader, Pit, as we toured through the narrow roads of the tiny village of Bang Nai Si on Thailandâ€™s west coast.