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TRIBE founder, Heather, was interviewed by Runner’s World Magazine highlighting Toronto as a diverse network of neighborhoods, restaurants, breweries, run crews, and scenic trails that have become a must-visit running hub for runners from around the world.

In partnership with the Scotiabank Waterfront Marathon, Runner’s World Magazine suggests runners head up for marathon weekend early and give yourself a few extra days to see the city from a local’s shoes.

Our founder was one of seven athletes from six crews interviewed to share where they go to log a few miles, refuel post-long run, and more.

Here’s what Heather had to say:

Crew Vibe: TRIBE was one of the first real crews to bring group fitness to Toronto.

Go-To Route: The Martin Goodman Trail is an awesome way to get in your kms while seeing the city from the waterfront. This mostly flat route will take you through parks, Toronto's manmade beaches, and the new Trillium Park and William G. Davis Trail—a short 2K loop through Toronto's newest green space and the abandoned Ontario Place amusement park. You'll catch some of the best views of downtown and the CN Tower.

Postrun drinks: Black Lab Brewing. Founded by Toronto runners, dog-friendly, with lockers for runners and bike racks for cyclists. It’s a great place to meet up before your run and hydrate afterward with two- and four-legged friends.

Check out the complete article here.