Enjoy a fantastic team event on the lower Niagara Parkway from Niagara-On-The-Lake to Niagara Falls, Ontario.
The first leg of the Relay begins at Fort George in Niagara-On-The-Lake and the route follows the scenic path along the lower Niagara River. There is a staggered start so teams of different speeds end up close together at the finish.
Team members will run or jog their mile, passing the baton to the next team member a mile up the path. Support vehicles pick them up after they finish their mile. They cheer on their team at other following exchange points.
The Relay finishes at Oakes Park in Niagara Falls. Two laps around the track at the end of the last runner's mile, and teams will cheer them to the finish line. Refreshments and a short awards ceremony marks the end of the event (close to noon).
Each year, on Thanksgiving Day, participants come out to Niagara-on-the-lake for the longest running relay race in Canada. The Man-a-Mile Relay Race is a great way to enjoy our beautiful fall landscape, some fresh air, and a bit of healthy competition, that is fun, athletic and supportive.
This year Man-a-Mile is pleased to be supporting local not-for-profit, Bridges for Autism. This local organization offers a range of programs and care services geared to children, youth, adults and seniors in need of additional support. Help us, help them when you register your team of runners, joggers or walkers for the annual Man-a-Mile Relay Race.
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