Virtual Run Registration
The Toronto Women’s Virtual Half Marathon/10k/5k Run can be completed anywhere, by anyone!
The Toronto Women’s Virtual Half Marathon/10k/5k Run gives you the flexibility to set your own pace, complete your run, your way, any time between May 17 – June 7, 2020.
Run, jog or walk—all at your own pace. A virtual run can take place anywhere—on a road, path, trail, on a treadmill. Outdoor or indoor, it’s your choice.
You will receive your souvenir run shirt and finisher medal mailed directly to you in May.
You will also be able to upload and share your virtual run pic’s and upload your run results!
By setting your own pace at the Toronto Women’s Virtual Half Marathon/10k/5k Run you are helping kids and their families living with cancer by supporting POGO.
Online registration closes on Saturday June 6, 2020 at 11:59pm. Processing fees and HST are not included. No refunds, deferrals, or transfers.
To confirm if you are registered, please click here.
If you do not see your registration confirmation email from Race Roster in your inbox, please check your SPAM/Junk folder.
Entry Fee Includes
Souvenir Run Shirt
Half Marathon Finisher Necklace
10k and 5k Finisher Medal
Log in to the Participant Dashboard to edit your personal information, change your run shirt size or other details.
Please Note: The Participant Dashboard closes on June 6, 2020 at 11:59pm. You will no longer be able to edit personal information.
RUN KIT DELIVERY
Participants will be mailed their souvenir run shirt and finisher’s medal to the mailing address they listed on their registration form in May. We will begin sending race kits mid May.
Please note: Participants choosing to participate in the Toronto Women’s Virtual Half Marathon/10k/5k do so at their own risk. You are solely responsible for participating in this event in a manner that is in accordance with the most recent and up-to-date health and safety recommendations of the government and health officials in your area. We encourage all participants to remember that we all have a role to play in stopping the spread of COVID-19, and that anyone choosing to go outside and into their community must take responsibility for doing so in a manner that is safe and responsible.