Sporting Life 10k Virtual Run Information
Your 10k—your way.
The Sporting Life 10k Virtual Run can be completed anywhere, by anyone! You can run, jog, or walk on a road, on a trail, or a treadmill, at the gym, or on the track. The virtual run gives you the flexibility to complete your run, your way, on your schedule.
You will receive your bib, participant t-shirt and medal through the mail in early May.
More details will follow in the coming weeks on how technology will be leveraged to unite runners and foster connection in a safe, socially responsible way.
The Sporting Life 10k Virtual Run will unite all participants, including fundraisers, to ensure that Ooch’s critical camp programs continue at no cost to families and kids affected by childhood cancer.
Tracking Your Training
Join the Sporting Life 10k Virtual Run Strava Club! There, you’ll be able to see your weekly training stats against other participants and track training routes and more. Use the message board to connect with other runners in the wider #SL10K community—after all, we’re all in this together!
Share Your Virtual Run
We want to see how you do your 10k your way! Share your routes and cool run photos on Instagram stories and tag @campoochigeas! Make sure to use the hashtags #SL10K and #WeStillRunForOoch when you do so.
Report Your 10K Results
Starting on May 1, you can upload your #SL10K Virtual Run results using your unique registration confirmation number and last name OR using your Race Roster login. You can upload your results directly from your fitness tracking app or by the honour system. You will then be able to print your official finisher’s certificate or share it on social media!
We run for Ooch—wherever we are!
Wondering where you should complete your virtual run?
That’s totally up to you! Run your 10K anywhere you like, all across Canada.
Wondering if you can create or join a team?
Yes, you can—register online and join any team or make your own!
Participants choosing to participate in the Sporting Life 10k Virtual Run do so at their own risk. You are solely responsible for participating in this event in a manner that is in accordance with the most recent and up to date health and safety recommendations of the government and health officials in your area. We encourage all participants to remember that we all have a role to play in stopping the spread of Covid-19, and that anyone choosing to go outside and into their community must take responsibility for doing so in a manner that is safe and responsible.