Conquer the Canuck
This is a true runners’ race, where the greater portion of race fees are spent on the participants.
The fees also help to support the Grand River Conservation Authority by way of venue cost and cost per participant, donations to Cambridge Harriers Running Club of Cambridge, St. John Ambulance, and the Association of Canadian Ultra Runners, supporting the National 100 km team, to the world championships.
Outrace the Canuck is fully insured with Athletics Ontario and rated as an AA accredited race, the highest rating for a trail race in Ontario.
Cambridge is located just over an hour west of Toronto.
Participants can run 8.9k, 25k, marathon, 50k, 92.125k distances (held over two days) or the 67.195 km Classic Canuck two day staged event.
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