MAY IS MARATHON MONTH!

 

Training going really well this year?  or not?

This beautiful spring weather is a training dream so you maybe you want to do the full marathon this year?  Or maybe you want to run with your buddy whose doing the 5K?  Either way you can easily upgrade / downgrade your race event directly from our registration page. Click here to connect Please note there is a fee for each time you changeyour race distance so you’ll want to be sure before you make the commitment.

NOTE upgrade / downgrade BEFORE April 30 to ensure your bib has your name.
After April 30 upgrades / downgrades are allowed, but you will get a generic bib.

 

JOIN THE SASKATCHEWAN MARATHON VOLUNTEER RACE CREW!

Have you volunteered in past years? More than 400 volunteers make race weekend a success and we NEED YOU! There are various shifts throughout the weekend and so many positions to choose from.   Best of all you can choose where and when you help with our easy online scheduler! Are you an early riser? We need lots of hands on race day morning to help the runners prepare for the race!

Lend a hand Friday, May 27 to Sunday, May 29, 2016 all positions available to select

VOLUNTEER NOW!

SIGN UP BEFORE APRIL 30TH TO BE ENTERED TO WIN 2 FREE PASTA DINNER TICKETS!

 

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NEW FOR PARTICIPANTS THIS YEAR

NEW Medals and Ribbon Design  

New medals and styled ribbons!

Also, Saskatchewan Marathon has recently teamed up with iTab to offer you a great post race experience! iTab offers an engraved Tab to fit on the back of your finishers medal to make the event even more memorable. Select iTaB when you register and the iTaB will be mailed to you after the event. You will Affix the iTaB to your medal via the 3M adhesive backing. Don’t miss out on this great keepsake!

 New fitted Medal

ITABS for your Medal 

Saskatchewan Marathon has recently teamed up with iTab to offer you a great post-race experience! iTab offers an engraved Tab to fit on the back of your finishers medal to make the event even more memorable.

Select iTaB when you register and the iTaB will be mailed to you after the event. Affix the iTaB to your medal via the adhesive backing. Don’t miss out on this great keepsake!

If you have already registered and want to purchase an iTab now, please email Support@raceroster.com with your name, which event you are running and the event name Saskatchewan Marathon and we will get you sorted out.

 

iTab

“Personal Best” Bell

 When you hear a bell ringing at the Finish Line Village this year, it means a participant is signalling they have run a personal best.  Participants will be just beaming when ringing the bell, and family and friends can gather round to take pictures and videos of the moment in time. A great new way for participants to tell the local race world of their accomplishment.  We can’t wait to provide you with the opportunity to PB and ring the PB BELL!

PB Bell

 Results Kiosk

 Check your time electronically in the Finish Live Village.

Once you have caught your breath after the race, approach the kiosk where our super volunteers will scan your bib number with a portable hand scanner. Software then pulls your results information and displays it on a screen: Number, Name, Category, Time, Category Place, and Gender Place. You can hang around and analyze their results for as long as you like without inhibiting other participants from seeing their results at the same time. Of course this does not replace the results being posted sportstats.ca which are displayed by mid-afternoon on race day.

Results Kiosk

REGISTER NOW!

 

Events During Race Weekend!

Important times to note:

  • Race Expo and Package Pickup – Saturday, May 28 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM at Prairieland Park
  • Pasta Dinner with guest speakers – Saturday, May 28 5:00 PM at Prairieland Park
  • Race Day – Sunday, May 29 first race starts at 7:30 AM at Diefenbaker Park (next to Prairieland Park)

Photos

2015 Saskatchewan Marathon photos.

2014 Saskatchewan Marathon photos.

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Photo By Josh Schaefer

Photo By Josh Schaefer