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iRun because couch potatoes die young Cathy Andrew, Ontario

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iRun because I am not as clumsy I thought I was Hanna Baer, Quebec

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iRun because itís fun when itís done Sue Matte, Ontario

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iRun because couch potatoes die young Cathy Andrew, Ontario

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iRun because otherwise Iím grumpy Alexandre Charest, Quebec

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iRun because it gives me freedom to relax my brainMarie-Claude Gregoire, Nova Scotia

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iRun so my daughters know that they can, too Shelley Kirkpatrick, New Brunswick

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iRun because somebody once told me I couldnít Heidi Abbey-Der, Saskatchewan

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iRun to inspire my children! Wendy Bowen, Manitoba

iRun for the cool t-shirts! Pina Bevilacqua, Ontario

iRun because I learn more about who I am with every kmSteph Mansell, Quebec

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iRun slowly! Jason Hoffman, Manitoba

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iRun so I donít say never ever again Linda Klaric, Manitoba

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iRun but not enoughMichael Shaw, New Westminister, BC

iRun because it has saved my life John Marshall, Alberta

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iRun so that I can live longer and stronger Derek MacPhail, Ontario

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iRun because I want to live to be 100! Colette DeJean, Ontario

iRun because somebody once told me I couldn't Heidi Abbey-Der, Saskatchewan

iRun because I like buying running clothes Pamela Blaikie, Ontario

iRun and run, and run, and run, and nobody can stop me Andrei Lucaciu, Ontario

iRun because food tastes better afterwards Patrick Houston, Alberta

iRun for relaxation and to motivate my two sonsKeith Bradbury, Newfoundland

iRun because people around me inspire mePina Bevilacqua, Caledon, ON

iRun to someday win the race Lindy Dunlop, Yukon

iRun slowly!Jason Hoffman, Manitoba

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April 2012

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Run a relay, iRunNation!

Have you ever considered running in a relay? Check out this great opportunity:

iRun will cover the entry fee in Sears Great Canadian Run, “The Relay to End Kids Cancer”, for the first 6 members of your team for either the Toronto (September 22) or the Ottawa (October 13) 2012 event. This opportunity to run and fundraise in support of childhood cancer research & treatment initiatives as part of the iRunNation team is available to the first 3 iRunNation team captains in each city to respond to webeditor@iRun.ca with subject line: iRun the Sears Great Canadian Run.

As part of our team, you will receive iRun Gear and be featured in iRun!

The details:


The first 6 team captains (three for the Toronto event and three for the Ottawa event) who reply will receive free registration for themselves and the first 5 members of their team. Please note that teams can have a maximum of 20 members, and the registration fee for each team member after the first 6 is $50.

There is no “Team Fundraising” minimum, but there is an individual fundraising minimum of $500 that is strictly adhered to. Funds will be directed to the Sears Canada Charitable Foundation which has committed $5 million over 5 years to finding a cure for pediatric cancer. Funds raised from the Toronto to Blue Mountain Run on Saturday, September 22, 2012 will benefit The Hospital for Sick Children (SickKids). Funds raised from the Ottawa to Montebello Run on Saturday, October 13, 2012 will benefit the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO).

Each leg of the relay is unique and can be 3-12km in length. Teams will be able to personalize their route based on their teammates' abilities.

Transportation along the route is the responsibility of the teams. You will need enough seats in cars for each member to transport them to the exchange points, and ultimately to the Closing Ceremony feast & festivities.

For additional information on the event, visit www.TheRun.ca.

 
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