Another great day for the Regina Beach Trail Race. 70 runners were in attendance for a breezy (ok, downright windy) day. Lots of socializing before and after the run. Several members of the Marathon Matters group came out and added to the camaraderie.
Doug and Marilyn Leask did their usual incredible job of having everything organized and gathering a large group of cheerful course marshals, timers and kitchen workers to ensure the day ran smoothly. Thank you very much to Doug and Marilyn and the other people who gave of their time and considerable talents to make it a stellar experience.
Here are the results for the 2017 Regina Beach Trail Race:
The Regina Beach trail race is a fun summer event with 5, 10 and 15 km options for runners to explore the Regina Beach area along paved trails, along roads and more rugged trails for longer distances. There will also be a 700 meter Children’s Race. The Children’s race will start at 9 AM and the other races will start after all the children have finished
By tradition, a brunch will follow the race.
July 14, 2018. 9:00 AM. 450 10th Street, Regina Beach.
** There were a couple of errors in the 5 km results. Those have been corrected as of July 21.
Thank you to the 65 runners who came out to participate in the Regina Beach Trail Race.
A special thanks to the organizers and volunteers – course marshals, timers and kitchen workers, who kept most of us on track and headed in the right direction. We had a beautiful day with sunshine and a cooling breeze. As usual the course was challenging but enjoyable. The pancakes and sausage following the race were great.
Here are the results for the 2017 Regina Beach Trail Race
What can I say? It was not the day I envisioned when planning this race. However, as Margaret surmised, despite the cold, wet, and mud, I think people had fun. Certainly it will be a day we will all remember for a long time.
Congratulations to all the runners who braved the elements and came out. You are all winners. Results are posted below. Continue reading →
The annual Regina Beach Trail Race was originally planned for this coming Saturday.
However, due to the excess rainfall received in the Regina Beach area, and all of south east Saskatchewan, the race has been cancelled. Due to slumping along the trail, Regina Beach has been forced to close the trail, the town remains in a state of emergency and some areas of the trail that aren’t closed are under water.