Official finishers - you must have filled in your spreadsheet by MIDNIGHT Friday to be considered a finisher. You do not have the regular 48 hour grace period. We will be sending out an email on Sunday to all finishers which will have your $50 code for online purchase. Obviously, we would prefer that you come in to the s...
This is a fun and social clinic aimed at newer runners looking to get in to trail running, and/or those interested in learning about and exploring more of our extensive trail network. Participants should be capable of running for approximately 30 minutes or more. The start locations will change weekly to explore different areas, and each run will include photo breaks and hiking of the hilly sections.
With the big day less than a week away, you have now put in months - maybe even a full year - worth of preparation for the Squamish50. With it being the biggest running event of the year for many of us, I thought I would share this list with you. It’s a list of mistakes that one might want to avoid this week.
Logic says that in the final days before a big event, you should be Steady-Eddy. Keep the ship on a course; no crazy turns, no big changes of speed, and no surprises!