Beverley Robertson



More than 60  marathons and more than 10 ultramarathons since 1979

Alpine Marathon, Halifax, NS (1)
Barbados Marathon, Barbados (2)
Bermuda Marathon, Bermuda (1)
Boston Marathon, Boston, Massachusetts, USA (2)
Carlsberg Marathon, Halifax, NS (1)
Casco Bay Marathon, Portland, Maine, USA (1)
Halifax Marathon, Halifax, NS (4)
Hamilton Marathon, Hamilton, ON (1)
Johnny Miles Marathon, New Glasgow (9)
Lake Ainslie Marathon, Lake Ainslie. NS (2)
Legs for Literacy Marathon, Moncton, NB (1)
Marathon By The Sea, Saint John, NB (5)
Marathon de Montréal, Montréal, QUÉ. (1)
Moncton Marathon, Moncton, NB(1)
National Capital Marathon, Ottawa (1)
Nova Scotia Marathon, Shelburne, NS (1)
Nova Scotia Marathon, Barrington Passage, NS (1)
Paul Bunyan Marathon, Bangor, Maine, USA (1)
PEI Marathon , Charlottetown, PEI (1)
Sri Chinmoy Marathon, Halifax (1)
Sugarloaf Marathon, Sugarloaf, Maine, USA (3)
Valley Harvest Marathon, Kentville (4)
50 km. ultra, Halifax Commons, Halifax (1) 65 miles, 1060 yds. (1st overall, 1st man was 56 miles) 1989
U.S./Canadian 100km. trials, Central Park New York, (1st Canadian woman, qualified for world     championships in Belgium, Aug. 1993) 1993
12 hour ultra Halifax Commons 1989 65 miles, 1060 yd. 1st overall (1st man was 56 miles)
Sri Chinmoy 12 hours ultra Halifax. 71 miles, 811 yds. 1990.
12 hour Ultra, Sackville N.S. (new Canadian Record) 75 miles, 612yds. 1993.
Western States 100 miles, California, USA 1990
24 hour Ultramarathon National Championships, Ottawa, ON. 101 miles, 1576 yds.1989
24 hour Ultramarathon National Championships Ottawa, ON.  120 miles, 649 yds. 1990
24 hour Ultramarathon World championships 5th International Sri Chinmoy, Basel, Switzerland, 112.7   miles.1992 (first Canadian woman ever qualified to represent Canada. Bronze medal)
48 hour Track Ultra, Pensacola, Florida, USA 1990. (1st woman, 3rd overall 191.8 miles new course record, new Canadian Record, 2nd North American ever, 10th ever world time.)
72 hour Across the Years Ultra, Phoenix, Arizona, USA. 1991 245.5 miles (1st overall, new course record, new Canadian Record, 45.5 miles ahead of first male)

As of Sept. 2006, Beverley still holds Canadian records in the open category and in the age groups for 6, 12,  24,  48 hours, 150 miles, 200miles and 200km.


About Us

Since 1983, Run Nova Scotia has fostered and promoted road running all across Nova Scotia. From one running boom to the next, our mission has not wavered: to promote health, fitness, and camaraderie to people of all ages and abilities through the sport of road running. For close to 30 years, we’ve supported the unique needs and goals of anyone from Yarmouth to Sydney who has decided to lace up a pair of running shoes and join the thousands of other Nova Scotians running the roads.