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FAQs

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Race Day FAQ's

Where is the Fun Run taking place?

The Fun Run will be taking place at the Candle Lake Golf Resort at 1 Fairway Drive, Candle Lake 

What time does the race start?

9:30 a.m. SHARP.

How will the 5 km and 10 km run start?

The start will be done in two stages. The 10 km participants will start first, followed by the 5 km participants.

Are pets allowed at the run?

Sorry, no pets are allowed at the event site and on the golf course unless you are visually impaired and require a service dog.

How many aid stations are on the course and where are they located?

There will be two water stations set up on the course at the 3.5 km mark and around the 7 km mark.

Can we get dressed up in costumes?

Absolutely! We encourage participants to dress up and have fun. You may win a prize!

Can I wear earbuds and listen to music on the run course?

For your own safety and the safety of others, we prefer that you don't. And this will allow you to appreciate your surroundings.

Is there medical support at the fun run?

Yes, there will be medical aid available along with first aid station at the Start/Finish area in the marked tent.

What should I bring for the race?

Please bring as little as possible. The CLFR assumes no responsibility for any lost or damaged items.

What should I wear?

Weather in September is unpredictable but it's best to dress in layers as the morning can be quite chilly. Once you get moving, that can change.

What happens after the race?

When you cross the finish line, you will receive your medal! You'll then be directed to pick up your post-run snack at the Communities in Bloom snack tent. Relax after the run in the Rock Ridge event tent where you can buy a burger and enjoy a refreshment. There will be live music and prizes given for best costume and group costume. Food trucks will also be onsite to purchase food. Families with children can hang out at the Canadian Tire Kidz Zone where there will be activities for them to enjoy.

Could the run be cancelled if there is bad weather?

In the event that weather conditions are considered potentially dangerous to participants and volunteers, the CLFR organizers reserve the right to briefly postpone or cancel the event outright. Cancellation of the event may take place either prior to the start of the event or at any time the event is taking place. A brief postponement and/or outright cancellation of the event may also take place for any other reason or situation wherein the CLFR organizers feel conditions may be potentially unsafe for participants and volunteers. There will be no refunds or deferrals for weather cancellation or cancellation of the event for any reason. Funds not required to cover race expenses will be donated back to the Candle Lake community and mental health intiatives in Saskatchewan.

When do I get my race bib?

You will receive your bib when you pick up your race kit.

Saskatoon Pick-up:

Saturday, September 9th from 12:00 p.m.  to 4:00 p.m.

The Running Room (View Map)
601 - 8th Street East
Saskatoon, SK S7H 0R1
Ph: (306) 477-4850 

Prince Albert

Sunday, September 10th from 12:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.

Location: TBD

Candle Lake Pick-up:

Saturday, September 16th from 8:30 a.m. to 9:15 a.m.

Candle Lake Golf Resort at the CLFR Information Tent

What do the different colors mean on the race bibs?

Each event/run is color coded. The colour of your bib will indicate what run you taking part in. 

RED - 5 km Fox Trot

YELLOW - 10 km Bear Boogie 

The color of your bib will coincide with the course flags to follow on the run. The bib will help us help you navigate the course without any difficulty.

Where do I put my bib?

All participants must have a bib visible, otherwise you will be pulled from the course. Your bib must be worn on the front of your body where it can be clearly seen at all times by the course officials. If you wish to start the race wearing warm-up clothing over your bib and plan to remove layers within the first kilometer or so, that's fine. If the weather is such that you plan on wearing those layers for most of the race, then you must wear your bib on the outside where the bib will be clearly visible.

Race Bib FAQ

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