Thursday, February 27, 2014


April 1951 - February 2014

Alex (Runman) Bain meets Heather (Brakeman) Moyse

Heather and Alex on her arrival home to PEI, February 26th, 2014. 

You too can get one of Heather's t-shirts, here on her website :

February 19th, USA on the track, Heather Moyse and Kaillie Humphries about to start their 3rd run..


Freeze Your Gizzard 2014

 Sunday, February 23rd, 2014
Registration data entry while watching the Olympic Gold Medal Hockey Game

Canada leading 2-0 as they line up, 3-0 as they take off
It was sun and few clouds and 2 degrees. 

The Freeze Your Gizzard Run at Atlantic East Fitness Centre. The course on Valleyfield Rd, Douses Rd, Main St, Queens Rd, Princess Dr, Riverside Dr and Peardon Rd. 

Shawn McCardle won the half marathon and Joanne Reid for the top female. I finished in 1:44:56 and came in 14th out of 38 runners. 

Natalie Dallaire won the 10km race and first overall. Dave Iwankow for the top male.

Official Result: 14th out of  38
Half Marathon in 1 hour, 44 minutes, 56 seconds

Half Marathon Results
10K Results

Photos from the Freeze Your Gizzard (2006-2014)

Montague to host first Road Runners race for the 2014 season

Wed, 02/19/2014 - 05:00
By Mike Connolly, Multi Sport Executive Director with Sport PEI
Montague will host the first PEI Road Runners race of the 2014 season.
The Freeze Your Gizzard half-marathon and 10 kilometre race will take place Sunday, February 23. Previous years have seen conditions ranging from minus 20 degrees Celsius in 2011 to pouring rain in 2013.
Cost is $10 for the 10-kilometre race and $20 for the half-marathon. Participants can register at 8:30am at Atlantic Fitness East and the race will start at 10am.
There will be food and prizes following the event, and all participants receive a free Freeze Your Gizzard winter toque upon registration as long as supplies last.
Organizer Mike Connolly is hoping for better weather than last year and a good turnout. This will be his last year organizing the event, as he will be turning it over to the Down East Warriors Triathlon Club. The Montague based club will use the race as a fundraiser to help the club operate.
This is the first points race of the season for the Road Runners Club in the half-marathon distance only. The course is a looped 10.5 kilometre course for the longer race and 10 kilometres straight for the shorter.
For more information, contact Mike Connolly, Multi Sport Executive Director with Sport PEI, at

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