To view the route map, please see the image below. To view a detailed route map, please click here. For the elevation, please click here.
Race Kit Pick Up
Participants must pick up their race kit which includes their race bib, timing chip, t-shirt and swag bag at the Runner’s Expo. Emails with bib numbers will be sent out on Friday, September 28th, 2018. This information will also be available at the expo.
For more information on the Nutrience Oakville Half Marathon Runner’s Expo including date, time and location, please click here.
Average Monthly Temp.15.3 ºC (59.54 ºF)
Average Monthly Maximum Temp.21 ºC (69.8 ºF)
24 Hr Monthly Average Temp.16.0 ºC (60.8 ºF)
Average Monthly Minimum Temp9.6 ºC (49.28 ºF)
Monthly Rain Fall78 mm (3.07')
Nuun, a recovery beverage will be provided for your hydration needs, it provides electrolytes + carbohydrates precisely balanced to hydrate. In addition to Nuun, water will be offered at the 4K and 7K mark along the route. The recovery beverage will be first, followed by water.
Participants and spectators are asked to park on the north side of Bronte GO Station (2104 Wyecroft Road). Click here for a map to the Bronte GO Station.
There is NO parking available in Coronation Park on Race Day. Street
parking is limited on streets near the park. Participants are advised
to park properly and have consideration for the neighbourhood.
Improperly parked vehicles may be ticketed or towed at the vehicle
FREE Shuttle Buses
buses will run back and forth from the Bronte GO Station to the 10K start line (Coronation Park) from 5:00 AM to
6:45 AM using a fill and go system. The LAST BUS for participants will be leaving the GO Station at 6:30 AM SHARP!
will be stationed in the Bronte GO Station parking lot at the first turn into the lot just off
Wyecroft Road. Buses will run from the finish area (Coronation Park) back to
the Bronte GO Station until 12:30 PM.
The Walking category is for participants who plan to walk 100% of the distance. There is a time limit of three and a half hours, which translates to 22 minutes and 30 seconds per kilometre over the 10K distance. Walkers who fall behind this pace will be asked to move to the sidewalk and become pedestrians. Results will list walkers separately but there will be no prizing or age groups in the walking category.
Prizing will be awarded to the 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place male and female
finishers in the open and masters categories. All finishers will receive
a medal and age group results will be posted for the top three
finishers in each male and female age category. Age categories are as
follows: 19 and under, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69 and 70+.
The 10K awards start time is 8:45 AM.
All open and masters prizes will be presented on stage. All age group
results will be posted at the event and online after the event.
There will be no duplication of prizes.
NOTE: All prizing must be picked up on the day of the event.