New Year's Run - Ottawa
Start the New Year off on the right foot by establishing or maintaining an active lifestyle.
The start line and fast & flat race begin at Lansdowne Park and continues along the path beside Queen Elizabeth Drive towards the Dows Lake Pavillion and then back to Lansdowne Park for the 5k; 10k runners do this same route twice in a double loop style race!
Free Training Plans for Runners
Running a race in 2024? We have a few things that will help you train!
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⭐ Free training plan for beginner runners ⭐
⭐ Complete marathon training guide (also free!) ⭐
⭐ Run coach matching tool (free as well!) ⭐
Free Beginner Runner Training Plan
Receive a FREE training plan for beginner runners from our friends at None to Run.
Are you looking to become a runner for the first time? Coming back to running after a hiatus? The None to Run Beginner Plan is super gradual and achievable, no matter your starting point.
In 12 weeks, you’ll be able to run 25 minutes non-stop...and actually enjoy it!
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Free Marathon Training Plan
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Authored by RunDoyen’s world-class coaches, this guide covers every topic about training for the Marathon.
Free Run Coach Matching
Training for a half or full marathon? Want to run faster, longer, and stay injury free? Training with a run coach is one of the best ways to become a faster runner.
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