First Responders Half Marathon- EdmontonFirst Responders Half Marathon Edmonton, Alberta
The First Responders Half Marathon is an annual event taking place in Edmonton each year in the effort to expand awareness of all First Responders and the challenges they face in the community. Choose between 1K, 5K, 10K, Half Marathon, or Relay distance options. All course routes loop around William Hawrelak Park.
BMO Vancouver MarathonBMO Vancouver Marathon Vancouver, British Columbia
Highly acclaimed for its stunning beauty and scenic route, the Vancouver Marathon takes participants on a complete city tour through picturesque parks and cozy neighbourhoods, oceanfront boulevards and past cheering crowds. Participants are sure to enjoy the awesome ocean views alongside natural beaches with a backdrop of distant mountains. The point-to-point course begins in Queen Elizabeth Park and takes participants past the sprawling campus of UBC, through Pacific Spirit Park and around the famed Seawall of Stanley Park to the…
Toronto MarathonToronto Marathon Toronto, Ontario
The Toronto Marathon has been a tradition since 1977. The Marathon course is fast, downhill, and scenic. Starting at Mel Lastman Square in North York and finishing at Ontario Place, the Marathon winds through many of the City’s great neighbourhoods. The event also offers a notably fast half marathon, 10K, and 5K, as well as a team relay. Finishers receive one of Canada’s largest marathon medals.
Emera Blue Nose MarathonBlue Nose Marathon Halifax, Nova Scotia
The Emera Blue Nose Marathon is a Boston Qualifying event that takes participants on an adventure through the dynamic streets of Halifax. The course allows you to experience several main attractions, including Citadel Hill, the vibrant North end, Point Pleasant Park and the beautiful downtown core. Halifax has gained a reputation for being a little “hill-y” but it’s nothing you can’t handle.
Cabot Trail Relay RaceCabot Trail Relay Race Cape Breton, Nova Scotia
One of Canada’s best relay races in one of its most beautiful places. Teams run approximately 280K around the world famous Cabot Trail on Cape Breton. Each leg of the relay varies in difficulty and distance—between 12K and 20K—and takes participants over scenic rolling hills, up and down occasional mountains, along sprawling shorelines, through national parks and to charming seaside communities. The relay starts early on Saturday outside the town of Baddeck and continues all day and night until the…
Tamarack Ottawa Race WeekendTamarack Ottawa Race Weekend Ottawa, Ontario
The Tamarack Ottawa Marathon returns to in-person racing for 2022! Virtual events will run in parallel over the month of May to accommodate those living abroad and unable to travel to Ottawa or who wish to continue running or walking in smaller groups. The Ottawa Marathon is Canada’s largest and fastest marathon. One of two World Athletics Gold Label marathon events in Canada, the race attracts thousands of participants, including a world-class contingent of pro-athletes every year.
Kool Oak Bay Half‘Kool’ Oak Bay Half Oak Bay, British Columbia
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.
Fiddle 50Fiddle 50 Fiddle Park, Shelburne, Ontario
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 RelayThe Banff Jasper Relay Banff, Alberta
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
Formula RunFormula Run The Great Lawn at Lansdowne, Ottawa, Ontario
This event forces you to work smart and figure out the best running strategy (or, formula) to get your team to complete the most laps possible in 90 minutes. Each team has one timing chip, which is passed between members, like a relay baton. Teams can be groups of 2, 3 or 4; alternatively, you can sign up solo andrun on your own. Each lap is 363m long and is a smooth pentagon shape.