Christmas is just around the corner and we have just what you need for every runner on your Christmas list!
Not sure what your runner needs? Our friendly staff is here to help guide you to the perfect gift. From socks and safety lights to jackets and tights, we can help your runner get outfitted for winter running. Still not sure? We offer gift certificates for any amount.
Stop in and let us help you pick out your runner’s gifts!
Perfect for women who want to stay active and motivated heading into the winter months. You will receive a weekly workout schedule for our 8 week program leading up to the KRRA Resolution Run on Jan.4th.
Beginning Thursday November 13th at 6pm here at Runners’ Choice Kingston.
Cost is $69.99 plust HST and all participants receive a pair of wool socks great for winter running.
Reserve you spot on our website or in person at 56 Brock St.It is designed for women of all ages, abilities, shapes and sizes who want to get fit and live an active life. The flexible and custom-tailored program is designed to guide you from walking to running in a safe and fun environment. Our coaches will lead you through activities, drills and stretches that will enable you to run farther, faster and pain-free. The last two weeks of this eight week clinic we will join the Tuesday night workout with Runners’ Choice for drills and hills.
Reserve your spot by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 613-542-2410 or drop in at Runners’ Choice, 56 Brock St., just around the corner from City Hall.
Title: Tuesday Night Workouts
Location: Barriefield (above the RMC Sports Dome)
Link out: Click here
Description: Join us for a FREE speed session, coached by Runners’ Choice owner, Al Cantlay. Workouts start at 5:45pm on Tuesdays. We park at the RMC Sports Centre and meet at the Barriefield neighbourhood. All levels welcome. We do this in Barriefield, every Tuesday til spring.
Start Time: 5:45pm
End Time: 6:30pm
Tuesday Night Workouts
Join us for a FREE speed session coached by store owner and recent inductee to Kingston Sports Hall of Fame, Al Cantlay. Workout starts at 5:30 pm and is currently meeting at the info booth at the bottom of Fort Henry, at the parking lot.
Women’s Run Group
Every Thursday night, rain or shine, the ladies leave the store at 6 pm for an evening run. All ages and abilities are welcome to join for FREE.
Here’s a look at a hot, summer run through the eyes of one of the ladies:
Saturday Tempo Run
Join us Saturday morning at 9:15 for a tempo workout leaving the store and heading around the RMC point.
Sunday Long Run
Get some serious miles in on Sunday morning. The group leave the store at 8:30 am and meets for coffee post-run.
Al Cantlay, owner of Runners’ Choice Kingston, was inducted into the Kingston Sports Hall of Fame in the spring of 2014. He was the first runner to earn this prestigious honour. With friends and family, he attended the Hall of Fame banquet at the Ambassador Hotel on Friday May 29th, 2014 where he was honoured and gave a heartfelt speech.
Al Cantlay’s bio
A competitive distance runner for more than 30 years, Al Cantlay competed for Queen’s university as a member of the Cross-Country and Track & Field teams in the late 1970s teams which he also coached from 1980 to 1985.
Al’s coaching and organizing carried over into the wider Kingston community, including his free weekly group training sessions (which continue to date), which have helped many runners achieve personal goals including qualification for the Olympics and the Boston Marathon; among other prestigious races.
Always a superbly fit athlete, Al insisted on hard work and perserverance from himself and those he coaches. He is an innovative trainer bringing ‘track training’ coaching methods to Kingston and area distance runners. He has served in a variety of capacities: participant, coach, organizer, volunteer, advisor, sponsor and fundraiser, for the Kingston Triathlon Committee and the Kingston Road Runners Association since he arrived in Kingston in 1977.
Al Cantlays was instrumental in starting the Kingston Kids Read and Run Program and regluarly donated equipment to ensure all interested children could participate.
He was inducted into the Queen’s University Coaches’ Hall of Fame in 2004 and was named a Paul Harris Fellow by the Kingston Rotary Club in 2013.
Hall of Fame banquet and luncheon photos
Click this link to enjoy the animated slideshow of photo images taken at the 2014 Sports Hall of Fame banquet and luncheon as alumni, family and friends celebrated Al’s induction.
Click here to check out coach Al in action on a chilly winter day as he trains his runners.
the MOMENT is CAPTURED by photographer Robby Breadner.