Author Archives: James Kendal

About James Kendal

From finding form to building form

F*CK Cancer

Every morning that I wake up I have to take a moment to set my head on straight and remind myself that life in the short term has taken a drastic turn and that my life is not quite the … Continue reading

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You still have a couple of years left…

While one light begins to shine brighter the other begins to fade. I’ll come back to that later. This past year my friend Jeff mentioned, off the cuff of course, “you still have a few more years left to improve.” … Continue reading

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1982 + Discovering Cycling

1982 was the year the cycling world opened its door to me or it was the year that I found it. I was in grade nine and had slowly been getting into cycling after competitive swimming came to an end … Continue reading

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Cycling off the grid: Bici Bucerias part 1

Cyclists are inherently selfish or at least we can be perceived that way. Masters racers (blasters) are even more so with a fear that if we stop training or take a beach vacation we will loose everything (fitness) and the … Continue reading

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Family Form + The Child’s Eye

Over the past few years I have written posts about finding form and I my original intention was to reflect on a personal journey of fitness and health. Periodically I have touched on family but I’m not sure if I have really … Continue reading

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The Powerline-Highline Whammy

Originally posted on Canmore Runner:
This is the second trail running route post. It’s a variation on the previous one described in Hello Highline, a speedy, undulating and relatively short 6.5km round trip starting and ending at Quarry Lake, just outside…

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Growing

Yesterday our family spent the afternoon at the Canmore Nordic Center doing some cross country ski practice with Alison. My wife Misty is going to be a group leader / coach for the Jackrabbits program and Alison is in her … Continue reading

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