After what Paralympian Josh Cassidy calls a “frustrating year” in 2013, the multi-Canadian record holder was ready to change the tides as he entered 2014.
Reflecting upon the past year, the ‘World’s Fastest Marathon Man’ is positive looking ahead.
“Back… read more
Canadian 10K champion, Josh Cassidy, won the 44th Shepherd Center Wheelchair Division of the AJC Peachtree Road Race today (4th July), 15 seconds ahead of second place Josh George of USA… but he almost didn’t make it to Atlanta for… read more
Josh Cassidy was looking to defend his titles for another year in the 800m, 1500m, 5000m, and 1000m events at this year’s Canadian Track and Field Championships in Moncton, New Brunswick.
Cassidy has had quite the impressive streak. He has… read more
**Editors Note: A follow up blog post to Boston 2013 – de-throned fair and square after the Boston Marathon Attack**
Thank you to all my friends and family for the many messages of concern… xo
I was across Copley Square,… read more
Well, I didn’t want to go on record before the race and say whole bunch or make predictions. But the article in the Globe and Mail pretty much quotes my feelings before the race: Read it here.
Everyone was asking… read more
UPDATE: This article was written before the ING NYC Marathon was cancelled
You don’t have to look hard online to find the devastation that has rocked much of New York City this week, particularly Staten Island. I’ve been hearing the… read more
So.. this has been pretty tough. Pretty sad. Pretty amazing. A lot of things.
Right now the Games are done, and it is sort of sinking in. It was an AMAZING experience, in SO many ways.. but I came for… read more
News 15th September 2012
World record marathon holder Josh Cassidy stormed to victory last night in England’s cult wheelchair race under the river Tyne.
Once a year, the 2km road tunnel near Newcastle in North East England becomes a temporary… read more
Historic Name Change for Tyne Tunnels, Northeast England (until the Tyne Tunnel 2K International Wheelchair Race 2012)
In a major break with tradition, The North East England Tyne Tunnels are being renamed for the first time in their history during… read more
I’m relaxed. Have been now for a bit and just being in “the now”, whatever that is, giving all I’ve got.
Speed is coming back. Finally. Not where it was a few weeks ago but still, day by day progression,… read more