Despite what the headlines have been saying about Toronto prices staying firm, the evidence shows that prices for condominiums in[…]Read more
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The Annual Mini Stair Race at the Cornwall Center was a huge success and many people came out to race up and down the stairs to test their body and see how many laps they could complete in five minutes!Read more
Trevor Folgering bounds up a staircase, taking it one, sometimes two, stairs at a time.
While Folgering looks like he is in a hurry, he is not late for anything. He is participating in a sport.
It is a sport you truly have to take one step at a time. Though, for those who enjoy it, each step is one in the right direction.
While the act of climbing up the stairs, even for exercise, is hardly a foreign concept, the actual organized sport of stairclimbing is something much newer in Canada. While it has some popularity in other parts of the world, stairclimbing only started to be officially recognized here in 2009.Read more
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