VanRace GIVEAWAY 2016

Posted: August 12, 2016 in Giveaways
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Big congratulations to Eric B. who won this year’s VanRace Giveaway!
Eric will be running the 15K. Find him on Twitter here.
**Register online by Wednesday, August 24 at vanrace.ca**

VanRace Giveaway

Summer isn’t over yet! That means you still have a chance to fit in one more big race before the autumn weather starts to creep in! Enter my VanRace Giveaway 2016 below to win a free entry to either the 15K or the 30K VanRace!

Last year was the inaugural VanRace – a fantastic journey along the Vancouver waterfront:  False Creek, English Bay, and the Stanley Park Seawall.  You can read all about it in my review of VanRace 2015! The WestVanRun Crew was out in full force for last year’s race!

VanRace Giveaway

Race Details

Date: Sunday, August 28
Time: 7:30am
Location: Charleson Park, Vancouver (east of Granville Island)
Cost: $54 for 15K / $64 for 30K – or, if you win my giveaway – FREE!
Website: http://vanrace.ca/

VanRace Giveaway

VanRace Giveaway

Enter for YOUR chance to win an entry to VanRace 2016. The winner can use the entry to register for either the 15k OR the 30k! Already registered? Enter to win a free entry for a friend or family member!

Giveaway ends at midnight Pacific time on August 21, 2016. Open to Canadian & US residents – as long as you’re able to get yourself to Vancouver, BC for the race! A random winner will be chosen via Rafflecopter.

VanRace Free Entry Giveaway

Here’s me and Ethan, the winner of last year’s giveaway – thumbs up!

VanRace Giveaway

Why do YOU want to win to race 15K or 30K?

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Happy to link up with Smitha & Erica for their Wednesday Giveaway Round Up! Drop by to #WinAllThePrizes

Comments
  1. Luke Lau says:

    Would be a great training run for Bellingham Bay Marathon

  2. Luc says:

    Everyone should be running 30k because it burns twice as many cheese cakes as 15k!

  3. Jeremy says:

    15K would be good tune-up for fall cross-country.

  4. Nikki says:

    I think it’s a fun challenge after an injury! Thanks

  5. Eric says:

    15k is a good test ahead of my half marathon this fall!

  6. Fiona says:

    I love the 15 km distance and the scenery along this run route is spectacular! Makes me proud to call Vancouver home. 🙂

  7. I’ve never done this before, it would be fun to finish!

  8. I’ve been thinking about signing up for the 30 km as prep for the Portland Marathon!
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