Race Schedule

Putting a big red circle on the calendar helps to focus me. I can’t stand doing things that have no “real” purpose, and even though I’m a middle-of-the-pack age-grouper, nobody’s ever told me that I can’t win. So I keep training. Sometimes I get injured or fall upon setbacks, but eventually I get back to it.

Upcoming Races!

2016

  • Santa Shuffle, Vancouver (5k)

 2017

  • Steveston Icebreaker (8k)?
  • Vancouver First Half (21.1k)
  • Vancouver Sun Run?
  • Whidbey Island?
  • BMO Vancouver Half Marathon or Marathon Relay
  • Scotiabank Vancouver Half Marathon
  • Rock ‘n’ Roll 10k on Saturday and 21.1k on Sunday

Past Races

2016

  • Rock ‘n’ Roll Half Marathon, Vancouver
  • BMO Okanagan Marathon Weekend 10k, Kelowna
  • Lululemon Seawheeze Half Marathon, Vancouver
  • Vancouver Sun Run

2015

  • Lululemon Seawheeze Half Marathon, Vancouver

2014

  • Challenge Penticton Half Iron
  • Scotiabank Vancouver Half Marathon
  • Subaru Victoria Sprint Triathlon (The year the Subaru Series was taken over by Ironman.  It ruined the Ironman brand for me)
  • BMO Vancouver Half Marathon
  • Vancouver Sun Run (10k)

2013

  • Sechelt Holiday Hustle (5k)
  • Kelowna Apple Triathlon (Olympic)
  • BMO Vancouver 8k
  • Vancouver Sun Run (10k)

2012

  • Oliver Half Iron
  • Colwood Tri (Sprint)
  • Vancouver Sun Run (10k)
  • Vancouver First Half (21.1k)

2011

  • Cultus Lake Triathlon (Sprint – 1st place in age group; 7th overall)
  • Walnut Grove Triathlon (Sprint)
  • Kelowna Apple Triathlon (Olympic)
  • Oliver Half Iron
  • Vancouver Sun Run (10k)
  • UBC Triathlon (Sprint)

2010

  • Niagara Falls International Half Marathon, Fort Erie-Niagara Falls
  • BMO Okanagan Marathon Weekend 10k, Kelowna
  • Sooke International Triathlon (Sprint relay – 26km bike + 5km run)
  • Pitt Meadows Canada Day 8k

2009

  • Santa Shuffle, Stanley Park, Vancouver

2008

  • Chip’s Not Dead Yet Memorial Mile, Vancouver
  • Vancouver Sun Run

2 thoughts on “Race Schedule”

  1. Love the Apple Triathlon! That was my first race back in 2004! I would also love to hear your thoughts on the Niagara Falls Half Marathon! Ohhhh – and I see you posted a workout from the UBC Tri! I’ve got a lot of reading to do!!!! 🙂

    1. I LOVED the Niagara Falls half. It’s a gorgeous course. The biggest mistake I made was not spending the extra money on a more central hotel room and/or a rental car. I walked around too much on Saturday, when I really should have been resting.

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