It was a cool and rainy start to the 21st Annual Flatlanders Road Race in Regina. More than 400 runners took part in either the 5k, 10k or half marathon events. The race began at the Douglas Park Track in Wascana Park. The rain subsided as the runners were out on the course.
Crowds of friends and relatives were on hand to cheer. Brian Sampson from Track and Trail helped hand out medals to all the finishers. The Flatlanders Road Race is hosted by the Regina Road Runners Club.
The Organizing committee is all volunteer, and was led by Patti Walker.
On June 20, 2015, 43 people challenged the course at White Butte. In 4 years of helping to put Mountain of Hope on, conditions have never been better. Most of the course was dry, the grass was manageable, mosquitoes were only a minor nuisance and the weather was fantastic!
Race Director Jason prepared some unique and excellent finisher’s medals:
“Celebrating 20 years” Saturday, October 4th, 9:30 AM 5km, 10 km, Half-Marathon
Come join the fun, the run and the experience. The Flatlanders Road Race is celebrating 20 years as a running event in Regina. The Regina Road Runners Club and the Flatlanders Organizing Committee are proud to have been able to provide an opportunity for runners of all ages and abilities to get together as a running community for 20 years. The Flatlanders first started as a 5km and 10 km event with approximately 100 participants and a very meager budget. It has grown over the years to include over 700 runners! Even though we are a very economical and efficient road race, we have been able to donate over $20 000Continue reading →