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Ambassador Natasha Fraser

RUNVAN Ambassador Natasha Fraser

Meet Natasha Fraser, elite runner and Half Marathon champ More than just long-term runners of the BMO Vancouver Marathon, RUNVAN Community Ambassadors are leaders in Vancouver who embody the Vancouver International Marathon Society’s mission, vision, and values. Elite and recreational runners, business leaders, or local heroes, these superstars find joy in motivating and inspiring others through […]

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Guest Blog Featuring: Ellie Greenwood

The BMO Vancouver Marathon was the best possible way I could think of to celebrate moving back to Vancouver. The fact that I moved just eight days before the race, was able to catch up with a ton of friends made it a very special homecoming. That I won the marathon made it all unforgettable. […]

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BMO Cheer & Community Music Winners

Congratulations to the BMO Cheer Challenge & Community Music Challenge Winners! 2012 BMO Cheer Challenge Winners: 1st Place: lululemon athletica (Prize money benefiting L’Arche Greater Vancouver) 2nd Place: Adrenaline Allstars 3rd Place: Eric Hamber Griffins Football Program Honorable Mention: Starbucks District 225 (Prize money benefiting BC Childhood Cancer Parents’ Association) Honorable Mention: ‘NSTEP Honorable Mention: Vancouver Street Soccer […]

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Guest Blog: Featuring Kevin Steinberg

Running for a Cause: 12 Marathons in 12 Months By: Kevin Steinberg In April last year a good friend of mine died of Cancer. A young father with 3 daughters and a wife, the story is tragic. But his family is strong, loving and going forward and enjoying life. I have exercised for many years, including completing […]

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Guest Blog: Featuring Joanne Gassman

BMO Vancouver Marathon is Just Around the Corner By: Joanne Gassman What motivates me to run is the desire to keep fit. Plus I love the challenge and discipline of regular exercise while setting goals to achieve good results. I’m a social runner for the most part – preferring to run with a couple of […]

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