Wednesday, December 30, 2015

Rupert Runners Resolution Run rings in 2016

It's a Prince Rupert tradition and for many the original mind clearing exercise, offering a chance to shake the cobwebs of the night before and take a brave step into a brand new year as the Rupert Runners Club hosts its annual Resolution Run on New Years Day.

The 2016 Resolution Run starts and finishes in front of
the Canadian Fish Cannery on George Hills Way and Drydock Road

This years event starts at Noon on Friday and is a 5 kilometre run or walk from the bottom of Dry Dock Road, with the starting point the Cannery at Cow Bay Road, the run finishes in the same spot following a marked route around the east side of the city.

The focus of the 5km Resolution Run is along the
east side of the city starting from the Canadian Fish Cannery

The New Year's Day forecast is calling for Cloudy conditions with a chance of Showers and wind in the daytime hours with a high of 8 degrees.

The contacts for this years Run are Ryan Staschuk and Emma Payne.

The Resolution Run launches the 2016 Running season on the North Coast, with a number of other events planned through the year including, the Cannery Road Race, Crest Glory Days Run, Prince Rupert Half Marathon and Skeena River Rally as well as the popular Learn to Run clinics hosted by the Club.

You can find out more about both the Resolution Run and more on the Rupert Runners from their website

More on past events from the Rupert Runners can be found on our archive page.

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