The race to 260 has already been underway for more than three months.
Here’s the latest race details from Ottawa: Race Day: Saturday, September 21: Ottawa begins its first-ever “race day” race, a three-day event that will take place Saturday, Sept. 21, at the Ottawa Raceway.
The event will include three-hour, 100-kilometre races starting from 10:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m., with the first two hours of the race featuring the official start of the Ottawa Race Day Program.
The Ottawa Race day Program will run from 11 a. m. to 3 p. m., with three-hours of racing on Saturday and three-hundred kilometres of running on Sunday.
The program will be led by Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson.
The first 100 kilometres of the program will begin at 11:45 a. p. p., with a half-mile race on Saturday afternoon and a full-mile and half-kilometer race on Sunday afternoon.
The full race schedule will be announced in due course.
Races: Race day begins Saturday at the Raceway and runs until Sunday at 9:30, at which point the race will finish with the final half-marathon on Sunday at 6:30.
Races will be timed for speed and pace, with some race courses also being covered in light snow.
The race will be hosted by Ottawa’s City of Ottawa Parks, Recreation and Community Services, the Ottawa Regional Police Service, Ottawa Fire and Emergency Services, and the Ottawa Police Service.
Details and details of all races and how to register are available online.
Other Races: The Ottawa Marathon is also on Saturday.
Participants can register for the Ottawa Marathon online and race will start at 11 a:m.
at the Rideau Canal Trailhead.
The course will be covered in rain.
There will be an alternate route to the Ottawa marathon on Sunday, at 2 p. and 3 p, that will have runners starting at the city’s own Rideau Park.
The Marathon will start from the Rideawa Centre and run down the Rideabank Trail, crossing the Rideaville Trail at the intersection of the Rideaveen Bridge and the Rideawell Street Bridge, crossing over the Rideineau River.
Participants are welcome to participate in the event and enjoy a variety of activities.
More information on the Ottawa-Ottawa Marathon and the race to 250 can be found online at: www.ottawacademy.ca/OttawaMarathon.html.
For information on how to participate, visit: www-ottawa.ca.
For more information on race day, visit www.otaspacerace.com.