(Victoria, BC – January 21, 2016) The 37th Annual GoodLife Fitness Victoria Marathon is now accepting applications for the CHEK Charity Pledge Program (CPP). Entering its 12th year, the charities raise awareness and funds by encouraging individuals to run or walk for their individual causes, and by collecting pledges.
“The GoodLife Fitness Victoria Marathon provides a fundraising platform for large charities and small ones, without having to worry about organizing the actual event,” says Cathy Noel, General Manager. The 18 charities last year raised $122,591 from the event, while over $1.5 million has been raised since CPP’s inception. Charities that have participated in the past have raised between $2,500 and $80,000 in one year, through corporate sponsorship and pledges or donations. [MORE]
Happy New Year!
Sponsors – If you are interested in becoming a sponsor of our event, email us or call Cathy Noel (General Manager) at (778) 677-5786. Download a 2016 Sponsorship Prospectus (PDF) for additional information.
It’s been a wonderful year! So glad you could join us! Time to celebrate! Happy Holidays and Happy New Year!
CHEK CHARITY PLEDGE PROGRAM – APPLY TODAY!
The deadline to receive your organization’s application is January 29, 2016 and confirmation of acceptance will be confirmed by February 15th, 2016.
(Victoria, BC – November 17, 2015) The 36th Annual GoodLife Fitness Victoria Marathon has announced its fundraising totals for the CHEK Charity Pledge Program (CPP). Now in its 11th year, CPP raised $122,591 from the 2015 event. The charities raise awareness and funds by encouraging individuals to run or walk for their individual causes, and by collecting pledges. [MORE]
Still basking in the warm memories of a great race? Take some time to learn from your run by answering these debrief questions. Now is the time to set some new goals. We make some suggestions for the winter months. Check out Bruce Deacon’s November Training Newsletter!
From CHEK NEWS:
(Victoria, BC – October 12, 2015) Yesterday was a race full of drama for the elite athletes, but for the majority of the 9,000 plus participants it was a glorious day to set personal goals in the 36th Annual GoodLife Fitness Victoria Marathon. The 2014 marathon winner Daniel Kipkoech successfully defended his title, albeit in unexpected circumstances, while first-time marathoner Erin Burrett from Nanaimo, BC sprinted to a spectacular finish. The Marathon had 1,484 registrants, the Half Marathon: 3,808, the 8K Road Race: 2,688 and the Thrifty Foods Kids Run: 1,087, for a total of 9,067. [MORE]
Photo: Half Marathon Start (Chris Kelsall).
2015 Race Results are posted on our results page!
- Finisher certificates and MarathonFoto portraits will be available from within our results near the end of the week after we receive results corrections.
2015 Race Portraits by MarathonFoto