Toronto’s premier race weekend offers an event for everyone! The GoodLife FItness Toronto Marathon is fast, scenic and mostly downhill. Runners get to experience the City on foot in the company of 15,000+ runners from over 50 countries. Beginning at Mel Lastman Square in North York and finishing at Ontario Place, the course runs through many of the City's great neighbourhoods and is also a Boston qualifier.
In addition to the Marathon, there are Half Marathon, Relay, and 5K run and walk events. All participants receive a technical shirt and finisher's medal. Check out the free Expo at the Direct Energy Centre for the latest in running gear and health and fitness products. The GoodLife Fitness Toronto Marathon supports the Princess Margaret Cancer Foundation. Click here for more information.
The Toronto 5K is fun, fast and scenic! The race offers participants the rare opportunity to run the streets of mid-town Toronto on a Saturday morning. Starting and finishing at Wells Hill Park, just a short walk from the St. Clair West subway station, participants follow a scenic 5-kilometre route through some of Toronto's great neighbourhoods. The course is certified and timed with great technical shirts, finishers' medals, and lots of food and prizes. Click here for more information.
Our Half Marathon and 10K races in Collingwood, Ontario offer a scenic, autumn run through the Town and the beautiful Georgian Triangle countryside. The Half Marathon course runs down Collingwood's "Main Street" and continues out to the rolling countryside towards the Niagara Escarpment. The course is fast, relatively flat, and full of fresh air! The 10K provides an equally fast and scenic rural run conducive to running your personal best!
The scenery and fall colours give the Collingwood Half Marathon and 10K a beauty all it’s own. Stay at The Village at Blue Mountain and take in all the nearby amenities. Visit the historical Downtown Collingwood for a nice stroll and excellent shopping and dining. There is something for the whole family in the Collingwood and Blue Mountains area. Click here for more information.
What do runners do with the extra hour the day the clocks go back…we #runmore.
The race starts and finishes at Ontario Place. It’s flat and fast, going west on the Goodman trail to just east of the Humber and then returns to Ontario Place on Lake Shore Blvd. Shirts, bags and other Adidas merchandise with registration and awesome medals for every finisher. There will be beer, food, and music as you come into the finish area. What better way to spend that extra hour of a 25hr day! Participation is limited to 500, so register now. Click here for more information.
100% of net proceeds go to the Canadian Olympic Foundation.
It's not the longest. It's not the hardest. But it is the funnest! A merry way to support the annual Santa Claus Parade.
For over 100 years, the Santa Claus Parade has brought joy to children and adults alike. To help keep this wonderful tradition alive, dress up, don your running shoes, and take part in Toronto's most festive race. The Holly Jolly Fun Run is a 5K race along the same route as the Santa Claus Parade. Hundreds of thousands of Santa-waiting spectators will be cheering as you show your festive spirit! All proceeds go to the parade! Runners get a toque, mittens and charitable tax receipt. Click here for more information.
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