Running History in Nova Scotia

Fastest all time Nova Scotia Runners

Age Class Records

Age Graded Results

Running Away from Home


10 + Marathon

Name Location
Andrew O’Brien

Halifax

20 marathons in total since 1986

Barry Fisher

Bangs Falls

20 marathons since 1999

Beverley Robertson

Halifax

More than 60  marathons and more than 10 ultramarathons since 1979

Bill MacEachern

Louisdale

71 marathons since 1978

Bill Roblee

Lunenburg

100 marathons since 1979

Brenda Topliss

Dartmouth

13 Marathons since 2003

Brent MacDonald

Hammonds Plains

29 Marathons since 1984

Brian Anderson

Brookfield

27 marathons since 1999

Brian King

Dartmouth

14 marathons since 1995

Bruce Barteaux

Bedford

More than 21 marathons and more than 23 ultras since 1980. A sample of some recent activity 1997-2006 compiled by M. Wills from the Web with encouragement from Bruce.

Chris Anderson

Bayport

83 marathons and 5 ultramarathons for a total of 88 since 1985, 21 consecutive Boston Marathons since 1989 (A Nova Scotian, and possibly a Canadian, Record) 

Curtis Faulkener

Truro

10 marathons since 1981     

Cyril White

Halifax

19 marathons since 1980

Dave Nevitt

Cole Harbour

81 marathons and 7 ultramarathons for a total of 88 since 1991. To run a marathon in every province (and every state [M.Wills]

David MacLennan

Scotsburn

35 marathons since 1995

Deane Hennigar

Dartmouth

15 marathons since 1998

Don Todd

Bedford

14 marathons since 1979

Eddie MacDougall

Sydney

12 marathons since 1979. First marathon at age 50

Ena MacPherson

Halifax

20 marathons since 1984

Eric Manuel

Truro

10 Marathons since 1979

Erryl Hines

Yarmouth

19 marathons since 1991

Freeman Churchil

Halifax

10 marathons since 1978

Gene Harvey

Aylesford

22 marathons since 1979

Georgie Gillis

Halifax

27 marathons since 1989

Greg MacDonald

Halifax

10 marathons since 1982

Harry Neynens

Enfield

30 marathons since 2000

Jim Thain

Greenwood

16 marathons since 1987.

John Elliott

Truro

17 marathons since 1981. Has also run a 12-hour Ultramarathon

Karen Hughes

Newport

32 marathons and 7 ultras for a total of 39 since 1984

Ken Doucette

Trenton

24 marathons since 1979

Kermit Phillips,

Upper Tantallon

10 Marathons since 1999

Kevin Cox

Timberlea

50 marathons since 1975

Kevin Tulloch

New Glasgow

70 marathons or ultras, mostly prior to emigrating to Nova Scotia.

Kristiana Stevens

Goldboro

29 marathons and 8 ultramarathons for a total of 37 since 2000

Laura King

Halifax

13 marathons since 1985

Laura Roblee

Lunenburg

15 marathons since 1995

Liz Cunningham

Halifax

11 marathons since 1992

Luc Erjavec

Halifax

14 marathons since 1988

Marco Albright

Yarmouth

10 Marathons since 2004

Mark King

Halifax

12 marathons since 1986

Mary Lou LeClair

Halifax

12 marathons since 1990

Michael Wills

Halifax

21 marathons since 2001

Mike Amiro

Halifax

11 marathons since 2002

Mike Murphy

Halifax

14 marathons since 1991

Minh Tan

Halifax

16 marathons since 1998.

Murray Nixon

Halifax

12 marathons since 1980

Paul Boudreau

Dartmouth

10 Marathons since 1993

Paul van Bommel

Eastern Passage

37 marathons and 2 ultras since 1986

Peter MacPherson

Halifax

20 marathons since 1982

Ralph Murphy

Dartmouth

18 marathons since 1981. Has also run 4 ultra marathons

Rami Bardeesy

Halifax

11 Marathons since 2000

Randy Morean

Sydney

18 marathons since 1987. Has also run 2 Ultra Marathons

Ray Bates

Guysborough

10 Marathons since 1982

Richard Richard

Windsor

87 marathons since 1973

Ron Pearson

Sydney

12 marathon since 1977

Scott Shupe

Halifax

14 Marathons since 1992

Shawna Murdock-Moore

Halifax

16 marathons since 1999

Steve Moores

Wolfville

26 marathons since 1984

Steve Saunders

Halifax

14 marathons since 2001

Tom Hahn

Pictou

33 marathons since 1987

Vance Kruszewski

Wolfville

12 Marathons since 1994

Wayne Kerr

Sydney

17 marathons since 1987

Wayne LeBlanc

Sydney

10 marathons since 1984

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