Run 4 Fun

Keeping our community moving...VIRTUAL RACE

With the current public health emergency, the 2020 Run 4 Fun has been cancelled in its original form.  But - we've gone virtual!  Select a race length, select a route (we've measure them out in the hilltop and valley areas), download a bib and complete the race anytime between June 24 and July 26.  Post a picture of you completing the race to the Run 4 Fun Facebook page or email jolenerarick@whitecourt.ca, and you will be entered into a prize draw!

The Run 4 Fun is a spinoff from the Fallen 4 Marathon that was previously hosted by the Fallen 4 Marathon Society.  For 10 years, between 2005 and 2015, the Society successfully hosted the event to commemorate the lives of four local RCMP Officers that tragically lost their lives while on duty.  The Run 4 Fun will carry on the enthusiasm and admiration our community had for the Fallen 4 Marathon, while at the same time encouraging healthy and active living.  

What will the VIRTUAL RACE involve?

Select a race length, select a route (we've measure them out in the hilltop and valley areas), download a bib and complete the race anytime between June 24 and July 26.  Post a picture of you completing the race to the Run 4 Fun Facebook page or email jolenerarick@whitecourt.ca, and you will be entered into a prize draw!

Bibs

Print off a bib and fill in your own race number. 

Prize draw

Take a photo of you completing the virtual race and post it on the Run 4 Fun Facebook page or email it to jolenerarick@whitecourt.ca to be entered in to a prize draw.

HEALTH AND SAFETY REMINDERS

  • The routes will be marked between June 24 and July 26 for the Virtual Race. There are no street closures for the routes, so be aware of traffic at all times.

  • Those who are sick or have symptoms related to COVID-19 must not use parks, courts, playgrounds, fields or trails.

  • Maintain physical distancing of 2-metres at all times between individuals not from the same household or family cohort.

  • Gathering restrictions are still in place and community members must comply with provincial restrictions.

  • Practice proper hand hygiene. Wash your hands frequently.  Refrain from touching your face with unclean hands. Carry and use hand sanitizer containing at least 60% alcohol content. Wash your hands upon returning home.

  • If you stop for a water break, disinfect park benches, picnic tables and any touched surfaces prior to and after use.