Bienvenue à la Maison de la Course !

Nous sommes trois boutiques spécialisées dans la course à pied. Chez nous, vous trouverez tout ce qu’il vous faut pour pratiquer votre sport préféré. Présentes sur la Rive-Sud à Mont-Saint-Hilaire, sur la Rive-Nord à Sainte-Thérèse et à Montréal, nos boutiques se veulent un lieu de rencontre et de partage pour tous les passionnés de course à pied.

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MAISON DE LA COURSE AMBASSADORS

Patrice Godin

Patrice Godin

Ambassador | Ultra-marathoner

Patrice is an ambassador for Maison de la Course for the second year running. He wants to share his passion for running with as many people as possible, and spread the good word that “running positively impacts your life’’. From novice runner to ultra-marathoner, Patrice is a passionate runner who inspires people through his books, his blog, his exploits, his lectures and his warm and accessible personality.

«Il y a la course à pied. Il y a aussi la vie.

On apprend chaque jour à mieux courir.

Est-on capable d’apprendre chaque jour à mieux vivre ?»

Patrice Godin

Luc Lafortune

Luc Lafortune

Ambassador | Marathoner

We are proud to announce that Luc Lafortune will be an ambassador for Maison de la Course! Luc worked with us at Ste Therese Maison de la Course out of the sheer need to communicate his passion. He will pursue the adventure with the MDLC as an ambassador. Always cheerful and happy to talk about running objectives and progress, he is an outstanding runner who loves to meet people and chat until lights out! His story is familiar: a spark that turns into extraordinary achievement. When you meet him, tell him your story, what is your unique story? Our stories are all so inspiring! We have to share our experiences and recognize just how much further running can take us.

«In September 2011, I joined Nautilus here in Boisbriand to follow a fitness program. I was 45 years old and I weighed 210 lbs. A year later, I weighed 180 lbs. In spring 2012, I noticed two friends who were running in the streets and I decided to follow them. I had just been bitten by the running bug. And then, I ran my first half marathon in Montreal in September. Proud of this accomplishment, I continued my training. In August 2013, I visited Boston, and found this city inspiring. At the exact place where 30,000 runners achieve their dreams every year, I put my knee on the ground at the finish line of the Boston Marathon. I continued training regularly and in May 2015, at the Ottawa Marathon, I ran with all my might and I qualified for Boston! So, finally my dream has come within close reach. I’ll be there in April 2016, and I too, shall cross this legendary finish line.»

Luc Lafortune