Category: wheelchair racing
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
Sunday April 22nd, 2012
Feature on Sunday’s CBC National- Wonderful job by Adrienne, Erin, and the rest of the crew! CBC National- Josh Cassidy London Marathon/Niamh’s Next Step
One minor teleprompter error at the start, I did win the Virgin… read more
I have to compile and update all of this, with links pictures and videos.. but for now, everything has been posted on my facebook fanpage – http://www.facebook.com/pages/Josh-Cassidy/139212742665
Winning time of one hour, 18 minutes and 25 seconds.
Accomplished this incredible… read more
Paralympian Josh Cassidy claimed outright victory for Canada yesterday in the 6th annual Rolling Rampage 10K wheelchair race, Parliament Hill, Ottawa.
The historic historical and beautiful backdrop of Cassidy’s birth city inspired him on to beat the cold, the… read more
During a visit to Post’s Corners school in Oakville today, Gr. 8 student Colin Cameron put together a really cool video intro before I spoke to the students. I was very surprised and totally not expecting it! They gave me… read more
CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND – JANUARY 24: Josh Cassidy of Canada competes in the Men’s 5000m T54 heat during day three of the IPC Athletics Championships at QE II Park on January 24, 2011 in Christchurch, New Zealand. (Photo by Hannah… read more
Went down early to Australia to train with my man Kurt Fearnley- winner of the marathon in Beijing, among many other things. It was great to be in the sun, training hard, and having the beach there to… read more
Before Marathon Sunday, I went to visit a school in Harlem where youngsters were taking part in a program run by the New York Road Runners (NYRR) called “Mighty Milers”. The program promotes fitness among children in schools and community centers,… read more
I’m writing this quite a bit after the race, but maybe that’s a good thing. Keeping it short. Basically I trained really long and hard for this, more than any other marathon in the past. I was still dealing with sickness… read more