Tag: SwimRun Victoria

Brandon Warren poses with his SwimRun gear at the finish line of SwimRun Victoria.

Taking on, and recovering from, my first SwimRun

Whew! That was a long race (3km of swimming and 18.4km of running to be exact). As I sit here 36 hours post-race nursing my sore muscles, I figured I would share my recovery tips post-event that help us get back in the lake or on the trails sooner rather than later. Firstly, recovery from

Two images: Left: Brandon stands on the left in a red jacket and sweat pants smiling against a receding mountain range of red soil. Right: Brandon stands again a wooden railing in a red flannel smiling. Behind him is a harbour with boats and a shop with tree-covered mountains to the right.

A digital meetup and interview with Brandon Warren

We met Brandon Warren for a chat over the interwebs to talk about moving East to West, physiotherapy, and getting outside. Thank you for your time, warmth, and generosity, Brandon!  You went from New Brunswick to Nova Scotia to Victoria, right? How was the East Coast? Yeah! I was born and raised in Plaster Rock,

Two women in wet bodysuits stand outside beside a lake laughing and shaking hands. Rob stands in the background to the left in an orange human powered racing tshirt.

Summer races you won’t want to miss

The sun is shining, and we are getting ready to move into the summer! Are you still searching for ways to move and challenge yourself during these summer months? Our friends at Human Powered Racing have an awesome line-up of events…

Two racers cross the finish line connected by a cord on the beach at Thetis Lake.

We had an amazing day at SwimRun Victoria!

Thanks for the amazing day @swimrunvictoria! We were proud to be there today to support this unique race! We’re hoping to see more of this, Human Powered Racing! #swimrun #swimrunvictoria #humanpoweredracing #yyj #victoriabc #yyjsport #multisport #coltingwetsuits #swimcolting swimrunvictoriaThanks for taking the time to be here @arbutusphysio!!!