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  1. re: Ed Whitlocks 1:50 half marathon in Waterloo Ontario. A few years ago I won the over 60 age group on the Waterloo Half Marathon when living in Waterloo. I was quite pleased as I was 69 at the time and ran just over 2 hours! Unless the course has changed it is a loop course with first 15 k downhill and last 5 quite steep uphill which makes Ed’s time even more amazing. He is a simple friendly man and incredibly humble. Says he runs in the cemetery because it is across the street from his home which makes things easier if anything goes wrong!

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