Welcome to Marathon Matters!
We are a 
Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada running club started in the Fall of 2010. Our focus is on the marathon and ultra. The club offers opportunity for competitive and recreational running and training, as well as a social environment where you can get support and help on building your marathon calendar.

Current membership fee is $15 per calendar year. To join, just go to the Membership page and download the registration form.




Cure for the Brrr 2018, Jan 6, 2018, 7:30 am

posted Nov 19, 2017, 4:08 PM by Gay Renouf



Feeling brave? Test your New Year's resolve against Mother Nature's worst on January 6, 2018. While running the 4 km loop around Wascana Lake you can stop as many times as you like to warm up in Wascana Place, eat pizza and drink hot chocolate. Earn your first custom medal of the year with anything from 4 km to 42 km.

Canada Goose 150, June 24 and 25, 2017

posted Jan 27, 2017, 2:35 PM by Gay Renouf   [ updated Jun 26, 2017, 6:15 PM ]







CSC GOPHER ATTACK

posted Mar 28, 2016, 4:33 PM by Gay Renouf   [ updated Nov 19, 2017, 4:11 PM ]

Marathon and Half Marathon

Good Friday, 30 March 2018

Register for the 2018 CSC Gopher Attack here

Marathon Matters Enjoys the Cold

posted Dec 5, 2015, 2:02 PM by Gay Renouf   [ updated Dec 2, 2016, 3:50 PM ]






Marathon Matters 2016 Awards

posted Dec 2, 2015, 5:12 PM by Gay Renouf   [ updated Nov 28, 2017, 3:07 PM ]

The 2016 awards for Builder and Inspirational runner of 2016 were awarded at the AGM on Nov 28.  There were many deserving entries.

Builder Award

Nominees
Milos Kostic
Cari Bode
Gay Renouf
Conor Renouf



And the winner is...Conor Renouf! Here are some clips from what his nominators wrote. Just takes everything in stride, even with the added pressure of his mom being our coach extraordinaire! He's always there to support other runners in the club, sharing his extensive running knowledge and dry sense of humour. He helps assist with club coaching duties when Gay is away. After running (not to mention, winning) the 50 miler at Spruce Woods in 2016, he went back out on the course to support other runners attempting their longest ultra distances. Conor is a very talented athlete, yet is very modest. His support and encouragement mean a lot to our club members! Plus he can handle a ghost pepper!





Inspirational Runner Award

Nominees
Ashley Desjardins
Aubrey Swift
Conor Renouf
David Wessel
Derek Anaquod
Dhon Gumban
Douglas Sellinger
Heidi Schmalz
Jan Steenkamp and Tania Diener
Jon Paradowski
Loanne Myrah
Rob McLeod
Sean Reidy
Shelley Cook


And our winner is...Shelley Cook!  Anyone who has ever run with Shelley will know how incredibly positive she is. She is always selfless, always focusing the spotlight on other runners, but although she would never talk about it, Shelley had a truly special year. At the Spruce Woods ultra, she finished her furthest event ever - 80 km and was strong the whole way. At the Canada Goose 150, Shelley showed us just how talented an ultra runner she is. She was super steady for 96 km and then turned on the jets and finished in a sprint worthy of a 5 km race. Shelley dedicated her race to friends fighting breast cancer and said she was able to run for so long because she was thinking of them. She also was a full marathon pace bunny at QCM, helping others to achieve their goals. To complete here year, Shelley coaxed husband Mike into becoming a marathoner with her, ran two marathons with him, and set a whopping PR at the Okanagan marathon. Shelley inspires us all!

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Mr Brown,
Jul 19, 2015, 9:51 AM