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    Running to remember what’s important – Remembrance Day 2011


    To commemorate Remembrance Day, Toronto coach Jeff Cooper will be running for 12 hours from 11:00 am until 11:00 pm, and he’s inviting anyone who is interested to join him for part of the day. Cooper states he is running to “remember what’s important.”

    If you would like to run to remember, here are the details provided by Cooper:

    I will be starting from our usual Bayview and York Mills location from the Second Cup and running the 10.4 mile loop to the bridge … 6 times!

    The running plan for the day is as follows:

    To run the 1st, 3rd and 5th loop heading South down Bayview and finishing West along York Mills.

    To run the 2nd, 4th and 6th loop heading East along York Mills and finishing North on Bayview. (just the reverse direction).

    Due to some park construction, this route may vary slightly.

    NOTE: We will be leaving approximately every two hours so if you plan on coming out to join me for a run, please judge your time accordingly.

    If you plan to come out and run after 5:00 p.m. when it’s dark, please remember to bring a headlight, flashlight etc

    If you are available, willing and able on 11/11/11, I would love to have you come out join me. Hope to see you all out there!


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