Women Set The Pace®
Registration is open for the 2021 Toronto Women’s virtual Half Marathon/10k/5k starting on Sunday May 23, 2021.
As we continue to adhere to COVID-19 restrictions and guidelines mandated by the province of Ontario and City of Toronto Public Health, we invite you to join us as we launch our 13th season.
Run, jog or walk—all at your own pace. A virtual race can take place anywhere—on a road, path, trail, on a treadmill. Outdoor or indoor, it’s your choice. Set the pace anytime starting on Sunday May 23 to Sunday June 6, 2021 at the Toronto Women virtual Half Marathon/10k/5k.
Important note – If you deferred your 2020 registration to our 2021 event, we will be reaching out with more details regarding your options for this year.
A virtual race gives us the ability to be together even if it isn’t at our traditional start line at Sunnybrook Park. Virtual races give you the chance to your run anytime, anywhere, as long as you are being safe and practicing physical distancing.
Your registration includes: a fantastic race shirt, exclusive finisher memento designed by Foxy Originals, race bib, and great sponsor offerings, all mailed right to your front door! Free domestic shipping is included in your entry fee. This means your race kit will be delivered straight to your front door! You will also be able to upload and share your virtual race results, and race photos. You will also be able to download your finisher certificate.
We encourage you to set your own pace, and help us help kids living with cancer by supporting our charitable partner, POGO, the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario.
After you have completed your virtual run you can upload and share your pictures and results!
The Toronto Women’s Run Series is proud to continue our support the Pediatric Oncology Group of Ontario (POGO). We’ve raised over $460,000 since our partnership began. Now, more than ever your participation is helping to make a difference to the kids and their families living with cancer. Help us reach our 2021 goal of raising $40,000 for kids living with cancer.