Marathon Canada - Calendar of Events
Events For April, 2022
Date Time Event Location Contact Info Description
Apr 24, 2022 07:00 Gopher Attacks Marathon Regina, Saskatchewan
While for the last two years Gopher Attack has been held virtually, we are confident that 2022 will see the return of an in-person ?Gopher?! New for 2022 > A later date so hopefully warmer weather ? Sunday, April 24. > Addition of 10km and 5km distances > Start/Finish in front of the Queen Building (100 Navy Way, Wascana Park). > There will again be a virtual option, with five distances, including 16km for our 16th anniversary? one fee gets you registered for all five distances. > There won?t be a race shirt for 2022? instead, in-person participants will receive a unique finishers medal, logoed mug, reduced registration fees, and a Track & Trail discount voucher... virtual participants will receive the finishers medal and Track & Trail discount voucher? mugs are a bit challenging to send in the mail. > Registration opens this Saturday, January 8 with a one-day Early Bird Discount rate for in-person race registrants... as low as $40 for the Marathon & Half Marathon for club members and $50 for non-members? $30 for the 10km & 5km for club members and $40 for non-members? annual club membership is only $15 and can be purchased at time of registration. Race Packet Pickup - In-person Participants TBD... virtual participants will receive by mail. Note: we will be following whatever Covid related restrictions and protocols that are in place at the time. The event is a fundraiser for the MS Society of Saskatchewan and hosted by Marathon Matters Running Club! For further information & to register visit...
Apr 30, 2022 08:00 St Lawrence Marathon Cornwall, Ontario
The marathon course is point to point. It starts at the Crysler Park Marina, just west of historic Upper Canada Village near Morrisburg. Participants will be bused from St Lawrence College to the Start Location. The route follows the bike path to the Long Sault Parkway entrance at Ingleside. It then continues along the parkway to Long Sault where it re-joins the bike path and follows it along the waterfront to the finish line at St Lawrence College. The course is fast and has a net downhill elevation profile. There are a few short steep sections along the second half that will challenge tired legs.The first 2 km are on a dirt road, the remainder is mostly asphalt pathway. This course is incredibly scenic.
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