Ben Johnson ran his first competitive race in close to two decades on Tuesday, competing at a Toronto meet in a celebrity relay. His team won.
“Exhausted,” he said, sitting inside the University of Toronto’s stadium. “I’m in good shape, but my cardio is really bad. My breathing, you know? It’s bad. But my running style is OK.” (Photo: Darren Calabrese/National Post)
Runners take part in the Color Run 5-kilometre race in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Photos: Antonio Scorza/AFP/Getty Images)
Here is star hurdler Lolo Jones in her first World Cup bobsled competition.
Reigning world champion Kaillie Humphries of Calgary won the gold medal in the bobsled season-opener, beating the United States team of Jones and Jazmine Fenlator.
Humphries and brakewoman Chelsea Valois of Zenon Park, Sask., finished the two runs at Lake Placid in one minute 54.86 seconds 0.47 seconds ahead of Fenlator and Jones, a two-time Olympian in hurdles.