Georgina Spring Fling

Georgina Spring Fling Georgina, Ontario

The Georgina Spring Fling is half marathon, 10K , or 5K  run along the shores of Lake Simcoe through the quiet communities of Georgina. The course takes you along Lake Drive North on an out-and-back along a quiet road with lots of shade and views of stunning properties. The half marathon course is Athletics Canada Certified. This course is FAST and FLAT. The Spring Fling can be used to prepare for the very popular Georgina Marathon or Half Marathon in…

5 Peaks Trail Running Series BC- Golden Ears

5 Peaks BC 2 Golden Ears Provincial Park, British Columbia

The 5 Peaks Trail Running Series delivers some of the best trail this country has to offer. The events are hosted at some of the most spectacular natural spaces in Canada. Each race takes place on pre-marked trails with participants running over rocks, roots, tree stumps and logs, through mud puddles, snow and so much more.

Baden Road Races

Baden Road Races Baden, Ontario

Baden Road Races is the annual road race in the Township of Wilmot. The challenging 5K race strives to serve Wilmot by offering a fun, friendly and welcoming running atmosphere for runners and walkers of all kinds.  

Marathon SSQ de Longueuil

Demi-marathon de Longueuil Longueuil, Quebec

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.  

Woody’s RV World Marathon/Half/10K

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

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

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…

Trail Coureur des Bois

Coureur Des Bois Duchesnay, Quebec

Le Trail du Coureur des Bois de Duchesnay permettra aux participants de vivre une expérience en pleine nature parfaite pour repousser leurs limites en réalisant une nouvelle longue distance d’approximativement 32K. Découverte ou redécouverte des extraordinaires possibilités de la Station touristique Duchesnay, le parcours proposé se veut rapide, bien balancé et très diversifié. Il inclut un mélange de sentiers de type  "single track", de sentiers aménagés, de raquettes, de ski de fond et quelques anciens sentiers dans une superbe forêt…

Iron Knee / Tender Knee

Iron Knee Tender Knee Vancouver, British Columbia

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.  

Crazy Soles Nipika Trail Run

Nipika Trail Run Invermere, British Columbia

The Nipika Mountain Resort hosts the Crazy Soles Nipika Trail Run. The run course is set along a beautiful flowy single track with views of the Kootenay River and the Cross River plus the surrounding mountains along the way. The 25K course incorporates a 10K and a 15K loop, all along the Kootenay and Cross Rivers.  The 10K is a predominantly single track loop,  and the 5K incorporates some single track and stay very close to the Nipika Meadow area.…

Boot Race

Boot Race Regina, Saskatchewan

The Boot Race is a 5K Handicap/Pursuit race, traditionally held at Rick Hansen Playground in A.E. Wilson Park. For those who have never run a handicap/pursuit race, or need a reminder, each runner starts the race based on his/her best 5K time in the past year. If everyone matched his/her time exactly, everyone would cross the finish line together. BUT, if you can beat your best time, you come across the line just a little bit ahead of everyone else.…