Marathon SSQ de Longueuil

Demi-marathon de Longueuil Longueuil, Quebec, Canada

The Marathon Longueuil is an family-oriented, urban race of  1K, 3.5K, 5K, 10K, 21.1K, and marathon distances. The courses are described flat and fast.  

The Lost Treasure Trail Race

The Lost Treasure Trail Mansfield Outdoor Centre, Mulmur, Ontario, Canada

The Lost Treasure Trail Race is inspired by the legend of none other than Jesse James, the American Outlaw. Rumour has it that Jesse wanted to escape the long arm of the law in the US so he decided to bring his recently acquired gold coin fortune up to Canada to hide out with his relatives in Mulmur. Hosted at the Mansfield Outdoor Centre, a jewel in the crown of Dufferin County, the venue features an incredible variety of trails…

Woody’s RV World Marathon/Half/10K

Woody's RV World Marathon/Half/10K Red Deer, Alberta, Canada

The Woody’s RV World Marathon, Half Marathon and 10k, takes place through Red Deer’s picturesque park and trail system. Experience scenic winding paths along the majestic Red Deer River. With small race charm and big race benefits, the event is repeatedly ranked among Alberta’s best races.    

Toronto Women’s Half Marathon /10K/5K

Toronto Women's Half Marathon & 5K Toronto, Ontario, Canada

The first of the Toronto Women’s Run Series, this half marathon, 10K and 5K, takes place on the last Sunday in May.  The in-person race is run on the paved paths of Sunnybrook Park, in the heart of Toronto. Along the route for all distances, there are themed water stations, including the firefighters’ water station, and the candy and chocolate station to help you to the finish line.  There is also a virtual race giving you the flexibility to complete…

Iron Knee / Tender Knee

Iron Knee Tender Knee Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

The Iron Knee and Tender Knee are point-to-point races starting from Cleveland Park or Lower Seymour Conservation Reserve in North Vancouver. Racers will be treated to some great trails, including the infamous Powerline Climb. All this to be capped off with chocolate goodies and bragging rights as you race into the scenic finish line at Deep Cove.  

Kool Oak Bay Half

‘Kool’ Oak Bay Half Oak Bay, British Columbia, Canada

A popular event that takes place in Victoria’s Oak Bay shopping district. Participants embark on a scenic out-and-back tour along the rolling hills of Beach Drive following Vancouver Island’s southeast coast through city parks, beaches and neighbourhoods. All races feature a downhill “sprint-for-glory” finish along Oak Bay Ave.      

Freedom to Move: Run, Walk, and Wheel for Dystonia

Freedom to Move Anywhere, Canada

This year’s Freedom to Move will be a mix of both in-person and virtual events. Participants will complete a walk, run, or wheel either virtually in their own community or at one of our six in-person sites across Canada. Register as an individual, as a team, or as a family! Let's get the whole community involved. Charity Dystonia Medical Research Foundation Canada

Fiddle 50

Fiddle 50 Fiddle Park, Shelburne, Ontario, Canada

The Fiddle 50, named after the venue, Fiddle Park, is an endurance challenge around a 1K loop in the park. Distance options vary between 25K to 100M. The course is a very flat, square loop, in fact, this may just be Canada's flattest 100 miler! Don't worry, you won't have to count loops, and the  direction will change every hour so you don't get dizzy. Each finisher will receive our custom fiddle medal with the distance and date printed on…

The Banff Jasper Relay

The Banff Jasper Relay Banff, Alberta, Canada

Covering some 258K in total, sixty teams of 15 compete in what some describe as “the most beautiful relay in the world.” The 15 stage relay travels from Banff to Jasper utilizing the most beautiful highways in the world; scenic Highway 1A (Bow Valley Parkway) and Highway 93 (Icefields Parkway). The relay is entirely contained within the Banff and Jasper National Parks ensuring scenic and inspiring, a once-in-a-lifetime running experience. Charity The Brain Tumour Foundation of Canada    

Twelve Mile Creek Trail Half Marathon

Twelve Mile Creek St. Catharines, Ontario, Canada

The Twelve Mile Creek Trail Half Marathon follows a historic route along the first Welland Canal. The route also includes portions along the Merritt Trail and the trails behind Brock University, and a challenging climb up Hydro Hill in the Niagara escarpment.