Are there age requirements to participate in the Saskatchewan Marathon events?
Yes, the following age restrictions are ages as of Race Day:
- Full Marathon: 16 years and older
- Half-Marathon: 14 years and older
- GoodLife Fitness 10Km: 12 years and older
- Craven SPORT Services 5Km: 8 years and older
- MaraFun: 6 years and older
Check out Age Restriction information HERE.
What are the distances for each event?
Marathon – 42.2 km (26.2 miles)
Half-Marathon – 21.1 km (13.1 miles)
GoodLife Fitness 10Km – 10 km (6.2 miles)
5 Km – 5 km (3.1 miles)
What are the entry fees and deadlines?
Check out Registration information HERE.
Where is the START/FINISH line located?
The Start Finish line is located on St Henry Street just south of Ruth Street, between Diefenbaker Park and Prairieland Park.
Can I change my shirt size?
YES! Follow this link to view how to change your t-shirt size after you have completed registration. Note: Size changes will no longer be permitted after April 30, 2020.
My training is going better than (or not as good as) I expected. Can I change my race?
When and where is Race Package Pick Up?
Race Package Pick Up will take place at Prairieland Park on Saturday, May 30 from 10:00 AM – 5:00 PM.
I cannot attend Race Package Pick Up, can someone else pick up my package for me?
Yes, you are welcome to send a friend or family members to pick up your Race Package if you are not able to attend.
Be sure to send a signed note authorizing this individual to pick up your Race Package. Race Packages will not be given to anyone other than the registered participant without the proper authorization. There be absolutely no Package Pick Up on Race Day, and Race Packages will not be mailed in advance.
Can I register on Race Day?
No, there is no Race Day registration. There is however last minute registration during Package Pickup at the Race Expo – May 30 at Prairieland Park.
What are the start times for each event?
Check out the Start Times for each race HERE.
Where should I park on Race Day?
Limited parking in Prairieland Park parking lot is first come first serve. We STRONGLY encourage participants to take public transit, use our bike valet services, or find another way to the event. If you must drive, please carpool and give yourself plenty of time to find a parking spot.
Will participant bag drop be available?
Yes, participant bag drop will be located near the Start line. Participants’ bags will be identified with their bib number. Please be sure to retrieve your bag by the official close of the Saskatchewan Marathon course at 1:00 PM.
Will there be post-race massage therapy available?
Yes, post-race massage therapy will be located near the Start/Finish line location.
What are the time limits to complete the SaskMarathon?
The Saskatchewan Marathon course is a rolling finish – the course will close when the last participant is finished or by 1:00 PM at the latest. Later finishers will be required to finish on the sidewalk without the support of Water Stations and Course Marshals. Later finishers will not receive an official chip time.
Are walkers permitted and is there an early start for walkers?
Yes, walkers are permitted to walk in the Craven SPORT Services 5K, GoodLife Fitness 10K, and Half-Marathon event distances, but no walkers are permitted in the Marathon distance.
Are wheelchair/hand cycles permitted?
Contact the Race Director to confirm which distances are accessible.
Describe the Marathon, Half-Marathon, GoodLife Fitness 10K, and Craven SPORT Services 5K courses ?
Flat Fast and Fun! Enjoy the fastest 5K certified course in Saskatchewan. All courses are relatively flat.
Is the course certified as a Boston Marathon qualifier?
You qualify for the Boston Marathon by running a qualifying time in a official Boston Qualifier marathon event such as the Saskatchewan Marathon. You can find out the appropriate qualifying times here.
How many water stations are there and what type of fluid replacements will be offered?
The Marathon, Half-Marathon, and GoodLife Fitness 10Km courses will have water stations spaced approximately 3 Km apart. Each water station will have water and Gatorade.
Will any over-the-counter pharmaceuticals such as Acetaminophen or Ibuprofen be available at aid stations?
The Saskatchewan Marathon strongly recommends that if you believe you will require any medications or pharmaceuticals including items such as Tylenol, Advil, or the like, that you plan for this and bring your own. For situations that require emergency medical attention, MD Ambulance will be on site and available.
Will there be portable bathrooms along the course?
Restroom facilities will be located at the Start/Finish link location and will be available at all Aid Stations.
Am I allowed to use my MP3 player/iPod during the race?
We strongly recommend that participants NOT use audio devices during the race. Although you may listen to music during training, you quickly become a hazard to yourself and over 3,000 other participants on Race Day when you cannot hear what is taking place around you.
Are bikes or inline skates allowed?
NO, the Saskatchewan Marathon does not have a biking or inline skating event.
Can I participate with my jogging stroller or dog?
No – sorry, but the following items are not allowed on the Saskatchewan Marathon courses under any circumstances:
- Inline skates
- Jogging strollers