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Digital Designer, Avid Runner & Sneaker Addict.

Nike Free Run Flyknit 5.0 (Review)


Everyone know’s I love running and I’m passionate about my sneakers. So when I received the new Nike Free Run Flyknit’s for review, I was ecstatic to say the least. At first glance the shoe immediately reminded me of Nike’s patented Huarache from the early 90’s. A shoe with advanced technology that combined the durability of an athletic cross-trainer with the …

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Nike+ FuelBand Makes It’s Official Debute in Canada

Posted by Mark-Anthony Today, Nike debuted it’s Nike+ FuelBand to the Canadian market and we’re the first ones here at the official launch. The energy levels here at Toronto’s Glass Factory is through the roof and attendees are buzzing about Nike’s latest and greatest product. All the VIP’s were fitted with their own Nike+ FuelBand upon arrival and walked through …

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Nike+ FuelBand is coming to Canada!

Nike will be introducing their Nike+ FuelBand into the Canadian market this week and I will be attending the event, while giving live updates on www.sportstok.ca.  Since it’s release in the U.S., the FuelBand has been a popular item and one of the most difficult to get a hold of, since Nike released their Nike+ GPS watch. The Nike+ FuelBand fits on …

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Usain Bolt To Defend Titles In Rio 2016


If you’re a fan of Olympic sport, then you’ll be happy to hear that the two-time Olympic record holder for the 100m and 200m sprints, Usain Bolt will defend his title at the 2016 Rio de Janeiro Games. For the next four years, Usain will have his eyes set on an unheard of three-peat in the 100 and 200 meter races. …

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Pass it or Trash it: BikeConsole’s smartphone bike mount


As you may have noticed by now, I have a passion for running and cycling. This past summer, I got back into building and customizing road bikes and decided to modifying my own bike as well. I noticed that one of the first additions that cyclists request is to add a cycling computer on their bikes to track cadence, distance …

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Winter Running Guide 2012

winter running guide

Well, I hate to admit it but it’s getting colder outside and that means winter is near. It’s time to throw on the extra layers and adapt to the cold air, chilling winds and icy conditions of winter running. Winter is not the friendliest of seasons for runners but that doesn’t mean that you have to give up your morning …

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