Going for a run in 16 cities around the world

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Going for a run in 16 cities around the world

This story is part of an Olympic.ca series on running called Canada Runs.

The easiest way to explore a new city (or the one you live in) is to pull out the runners and step outside the door. We’ve heard it’s also good exercise. Here’s a little running tour of 16 world cities.


Kyoto

Run for river views. #runkyoto #nikerunning #nevernotrunning #runningculture #ldnbrunchclub

A photo posted by Stephen Adjaidoo (@stephenadjaidoo) on

Chicago

#runchicago #southloop #lakemichigan #chitown #lakefront #skyline #easter

A photo posted by Erin Dailey Harris (@daileychi) on

Amsterdam

This morning in Amstelpark #run#amsterdampic.twitter.com/MxH6QcB1zR

— Pieter Loridon (@PieterLoridon) January 23, 2015

Chiang Mai

San Francisco

Sydney

Run run run!! #nike #running #runsydney #fitspiration #fitgirl #morningrun #healthies2015 #movenourishbelieve

A photo posted by Run Files (@therunfiles) on

Vancouver (area)

Nice long run yesterday in PoCo with some of the BCEP crew.

A photo posted by Dylan Wykes (@dylanwykes) on

New Orleans

Bourbon Street run

A photo posted by Melanie Schmitt (@maschmitt15) on

Vienna

Beirut

Best way to see a new city… #RunBeirut

A photo posted by rich roll (@richroll) on

Bangkok

Morning #run in #Bangkokpic.twitter.com/pJ6cYLZlXO

— Joseph Boroski (@SipSlowly) February 2, 2014

Rome

To come, to see, and to conquer – Julius Caesar #colosseum#rome#italy#run#running#nhttp://t.co/OpLkV3k60Vpic.twitter.com/EIWMci3CpW

— scenesfromrome (@scenesfromrome) June 10, 2014

London

“Is it raining? That doesn’t matter. Am I tired? That doesn’t matter, either. Then willpower will be no problem.” – Emil Zatopek ————————————————– I have no will power.

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