Tely 10 No. 87

Tely 10 No. 87

Mark Didham, shown here running the Toyota Plaza Harbourfront 10-kilometre road race in the spring of 2013, is in hospital recovering from heat stroke, which he suffered during last week’s Tely 10. His family is calling on organizers of the annual 10-mile race to make some changes, saying Mark did everything right when it comes to preparing for the event. — Submitted photo

A long road ahead

August 04, 2014 - 0 h 19

Her husband, Mark, had opened his eyes for the first time in almost a week, squeezed her hand and nodded when she asked if he knew who she was.

“It was amazing,” Jill says. “It was something...

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A long road ahead

The Tely 10, 2014 slideshow

July 28, 2014 - 0 h 00
Participants of all ages and abilities found something to bring them to the Tely 10 and carry them to the finish line. This year saw the largest number of registered participants in all the years the race has been held. — Photos by Rhonda Hayward and Keith Gosse and Ken Oliver/The Telegram
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Fewer wins Tely 10 again, and by a healthy margin

July 28, 2014 - 4 h 33

 

Now Fewer is poised to pen a new chapter in his quest to re-write the Tely 10 record book, and that’s an unprecedented 10 victories which would vault him past the great Hall of Famer,...

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Fewer wins Tely 10 again, and by a healthy margin

Heavy heat for Tely 10 road race

July 28, 2014 - 4 h 45

“It was good, I must say,” said Norris, who is blind and started his training five weeks prior to Sunday’s race. He agreed to accompany his wife for the event, though it didn’t take long for...

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Heavy heat for Tely 10 road race

Tely 10 No. 87: The Entrants

July 25, 2014 - 11 h 53

Here are the entrants for this year's Tely 10 road race, as provided by the Newfoundland and Labrador Athletics Association.

 

 

 

 

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Tely 10 No. 87: The Entrants

Julia Kawamoto's long-range thinking

July 25, 2014 - 4 h 32

In 1997, as a 13-year-old, she and two friends registered as recreational walkers for the 70th running of the event. At the time, walkers were permitted to start some 30 to 45 minutes prior to the competitive...

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Julia Kawamoto's long-range thinking