Reid Coolsaet clocks the second-fastest marathon in the nation's history.
One Toronto-based couple's charity has paid off.
The Kenyan hopes to run under 2:07 this year.
He isn't letting his age hold him back.
One race director is dealing with that very question right now.
The co-founders say there just isn't enough interest.
He immigrated to Canada penniless.
Only one race will stand in 2011. After extensive research, the City of Toronto has found that the two marathons the city hosts each year
On a rainy night in Toronto the Jamaican Olympic champion proves his dominance. Usain Bolt made a dominant return to the track Thursday,