Kristina Rody hails from the much celebrated University of Guelph Cross Country and Track and field Programs. During her time in Guelph Kristina was a star athlete winning both the OUA and CIS national titles in cross country. She was the 2004/2005 Athlete of the Year and the 2001 Sportswoman of the Year at the University of Guelph. Kristina earned a Masters Degree in Rural Planning and Development.
Kristina trained under three of Canada’s best endurance coaches in Dave Scott-Thomas, Peter Grinsberg and Richard Lee. She has her Level 1 NCCP certification and trained as a Club Coach. She has coached many groups over the years including as an assistant coach at the University of Guelph.
Kristina raced for Saucony Canada for over a decade. In 2010 Kristina was the BC Senior Road Runner of the Year.
Masters Degree in Rural Planning and Development from University of Guelph
Trained as a Club Caoch
NCCP Level 1 running
NCCP Triathlon Community Sport
Represented Saucony Canada for a decade
2004 CIS/OUA Cross-Country Champion
2004/2005 Athlete of the Year at University of Guelph
2001 Sportswomen Award at University of Guelph
Represented Canada at the World Cross-Country Championships Twice
2010 BC Senior Road Runner of the Year
Marathon – 2:48:08
Half-marathon – 1:17:15
10K – 34:24
5K – 16:45
3K – 9:25