Lace up for the annual Miracle Beach Run

The River Runners Association hosts the Miracle Beach Run this Sunday.

The River Runners Association hosts the Miracle Beach Run this Sunday.

Participants can choose from a 10-kilometre or a five-kilometre run or walk and there is also a one-kilometre kid’s fun run.

The event has been hosted by the running club since 1990.

The course is flat and winds through the Saratoga and Miracle Beach neighbourhoods.

Ribbons will be awarded to the first three finishers in each age category, and there will be post race refreshments and draw prizes.

The race starts in the nature house parking lot in Miracle Beach Provincial Park at 10 a.m. (walkers start at 9:30 am).  The kids’ fun run starts at roughly 11:15 a.m.  Children under 10 years of age must be accompanied by an adult.  Race day fees are $20 for adults and $15 for youth. The kids’ race is free.

River Runners members receive a $5 discount on the entry fee. Register online at www.raceonline.ca”  or pick up an entry form at the Sportsplex, Community Centre, Outdoor Addictions, Pedal Your World, Shorerunners or Strathcona Gardens.  Entry forms can also be e-mailed to: crriverrunners@gmail.com

For more information call Linda at 250-830-8538 or  e-mail crriverrunners@gmail.com

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