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日期
Event Date
Sunday, October 20, 2013
開始時間
Start Time

馬拉松/半馬拉松 Full/Half Marathon: 8:30am (subject to change)

五公里競跑/步行 5K Run/Walk: 8:00am (subject to change)

時間限制
Time Limits

馬拉松 Ful Marathon: 6 hours

半馬拉松 Half Marathon: 3 hours 40 minutes

五公里競跑/步行 5K Run/Walk: 1 hour and 10 minutes

團體優惠代號
Charity Discount PIN

成人 Adult: 13STWMSCC

小童 Kid: 13KIDSDISC12 (12 years old or under)

參加費用
Registration Fee

馬拉松/半馬拉松 Full/Half Marathon: $80* (admin fee & tax not included)

五公里競跑/步行(成人) 5K Run/Walk (Adult): $40* (admin fee & tax not included)
嬰兒車參加費用 fees with baby stroller: $10

五公里競跑/步行(小童) 5K Run/Walk (Kid): $25* (admin fee & tax not included)

* 使用優惠代號後 After Discount Pin Applied

參加年齡
Age Limit

馬拉松 Full Marathon: 18 years old

半馬拉松 Half Marathon: 16 years old

五公里競跑/步行 5K Run/Walk: open to all

報名截止日期
Registration Deadline

October 14, 2013 (Unless limit is reached)

 
  • 晨鳥優惠截止日期為8月31日,名額有限,先到先得。
  • 因大會參加者名額有限,請盡快報名。報名後不設退款或轉讓。
  • 參加費用只適用於網上報名。親身或郵寄報名費用需包括大會行政費及HST稅。
  • 所有馬拉松、半馬拉松及五公里競跑/步行參加者將會獲贈大會紀念包一個。
  • 基於安全理由,不允許使用滾軸溜冰鞋或攜帶動物進入路線範圍內。
  • Early Bird deadline is August 31, while quota is limited, first come first served.
  • There is a maximum number of entries for the event, please register as soon as possible. All entries are non-refundable and non-transferable.
  • Entry fees are for online entry only. In person or mail-in entry fees will include official event's administration fee and HST.
  • All participants in the marathon, half marathon and 5km will receive an event packet.
  • For the safety of all participants, in-line roller-skates or animals are not allowed to enter the routes.

晨鳥 Incentives

Early Bird (until August 31, 2013)

  • Register now and receive special gift items (estimate worth of $20) from FLL Bookstore & Religious Gift Shop.
  • Family Rate: Free registration will be offered to family member(s) of 12 years old or under. Please contact FLL office for details and registration.

Other Incentives

  • Refund of $40 flat for participants who raise over $1,000.
  • Recognition for the FLL Team participant(s) with the most fundraising amount and the most number of donors/sponsors.

報名 Registration

網上報名 Online Registration

  • 2013年新參加者
    (click here to register online)

  • 2012年參加者 For returning participants of Walk with God 2012
    (*you may use your previous account name to sign in)

報名表格 Offline Registration Form

其他報名方法 Other Registration Methods

  • 致電或到訪《生命恩泉》辦公室 (星期一至五)
    Contact or Visit FLL Office during office hours Monday through Friday
     
  • 到訪《生命恩泉》書舍 (May 12, 其他時間稍後公佈)
    Visit FLL Bookstore & Religious Gift Shop (May 12, other sessions will be announced later)
     
  • 聯絡你熟識的「主與我同行」2012 年參加者
    Contact the participants of "Walk with God" 2011 whom you know

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下載 Download

報名表格 Offline Registration Form (PDF)

* please submit registration form to FLL office by Ocboter 4, 2013 (if overall number of entries is not met)

籌款表格 Offline Pledge Form (PDF)

* please return all pledge forms to FLL office by October 20, 2013

生命恩泉+活動標誌 FLL + Event Logo (JPG | PNG)

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活動海報 Event Poster (JPG | PDF)

活動視頻連結 Event YouTube Link (http://youtu.be/RC3yPQMkE44)

常見問題 FAQs

Registration

Where and when can I register?

Click here to register online until October 14 at midnight if caps are not reached.

For offline registration, download and complete the registration form in the Download section and submit to Fountain of Lovea and Life Office (see map & address).

I lost my confirmation email. Can you please send it again?

There is no need. You are allowed to use one piece of valid photo ID to pick up your race kit. You will need to look up your bib number BEFORE proceeding to the race kit pick up table. For complete information see the registration page.

I'm injured, can I have a refund? I can't make it anymore, can I have my money back? / Can I transfer my entry to a friend?

Unfortunately we have a no refund policy for the Toronto Waterfront Marathon, Half-Marathon and 5k Run / Walk / Wheelchair and all events in the Canada Running Series. However, we do allow you to change distances OR change your entry over to another person.

ALL CHANGES will now have to be made at the Expo on Friday or Saturday. Distance changes will be allowed unless the cap has been reached. Corral changes and participant transfers can be made at the Help Desk kiosk.

Can I defer my entry to next year?

Sorry, no deferrals will be allowed.

I'm already registered and now I want to add Scotiabank Red Laces. How can I do that?

On race weekend, shoelaces can be purchased at the shoelace table at the Expo.

Packet Pickup

Is there an expo? When? Where?

Yes — at the Direct Energy Centre at Exhibition Place.

Friday October 12 — 11:00am to 8:00pm
Saturday October 13 — 10:00am to 6:00pm

Expo details are available here

What is at the expo?

Full list of exhibitors and map will be posted on the Expo Details website.
This is also where you have to pick up your kit, t-shirt, number and chip, if you are participating in the event.

When and where can I pick up my run packet?

Run packet pickup is available at the RUNNER'S EXPO, Direct Energy Centre, Hall D, at Exhibition Place. We strongly recommend you pick up your packet early.

Friday October 12, 11:00am to 8:00pm
Saturday October 13, 10:00am to 6:00pm

For more details on what you need to pickup your packet or have someone else pickup for you, click here.

What am I picking up in my run packet?

In your race packet will be:

  • your bib number*
  • your timing chip*
  • your run T-shirt
  • Runners' Packet

*Remember, you need to bring your Mylaps Souvenir ChampionChip and your bib number to participate on run day.

Can I pick up my friend's run packet? Can someone pick up my packet?

Yes but you need to follow the following steps in order to do so:

  1. They need to know what your Bib # is (will be emailed to you and posted on the online confirmation list on October 10 and will be available for look up at the expo)
  2. Email or written permission from you (can be shown to volunteers from your smart phone)
  3. A printout of your registration email confirmation (or have it on their smart phone to show the volunteers)
    OR a copy of your photo ID

If picking up for friends/family, you can do so for a maximum of three including your own packet.

THERE WILL BE ABSOLUTELY NO RACE KIT PICK-UP ON RACE DAY.

ChampionChip

What is Mylaps Souvenir ChampionChip timing?

The development of the ChampionChip technology started in 1993, initiated by the organization of the Seven Hill Run in Nijmegen, The Netherlands. It was officially introduced at the Berlin Marathon in September 1994. Presently the ChampionChip technology is used in the big city marathons, Ironman triathlons plus thousands of other events around the world, with proven superior performance.

The basis for the Mylaps Souvenir ChampionChip technology is the radio-frequency-identification system (RFID) from Texas Instruments, which is also used for security-locks in cars and admission control in buildings.

The success of the Mylaps Souvenir ChampionChip technology is achieved through the combination of synchronized multiple antennas, high-tech analog and digital electronics, and dedicated software for live bulk data handling.
The Mylaps Souvenir ChampionChip

Mylaps Souvenir ChampionChip is a miniature transponder in a specially designed plastic housing. This device contains a chip in combination with an energizing coil. These elements are encased in a waterproof glass capsule, meaning the Mylaps Souvenir ChampionChip can be used under all conditions (wet, dry, cold and hot).

The Mylaps Souvenir ChampionChip can be worn in different ways. For running races, the Mylaps Souvenir ChampionChip is usually attached to the runner's shoelace. In triathlons it is attached to an ankle bracelet.

There are no batteries in the Mylaps Souvenir ChampionChip. The transponder is passive until moved into a magnetic field, generated by a send antenna. Here the energizing coil produces an electric current to power the chip. The transponder then transmits its unique identification number to a receive antenna. The whole procedure takes approximately 60 milliseconds and is repeated continuously.

Where do I get my chip?

Your chip is supplied to you for the event in your run packet — which you pick up at the runners expo — with your bib and T-shirt.

All participants receive a souvenir single use Mylaps Souvenir ChampionChip. You can keep it after the event as a souvenir or drop it in one of the blue chip recycling bins. Take note that this single use chip will only work for this event. Please remove it from your shoe after the event.

How do I wear the Chip?

Wearing the timing chip on your shoelaces:

  1. Make sure chip is flat on your shoe
  2. Since this is a souvenir chip you can lace it, as you do not have to return it at the finish line.
  3. Do NOT place chip near metal (RoadID, iPod on shoe, etc.)

Bear in mind: no chip, no time. Only athletes wearing a Mylaps Souvenir ChampionChip will be timed. The reading distance of the Mylaps Souvenir ChampionChip System is limited. The antennas are embedded in the red mats on the road. Therefore the chips should be located as close to the mats as possible — on the shoe of the participant.

How does the Chip work?

The send and receive antennas are cast in thin tartan mats. These antenna mats are placed at the finish line and other timing locations. They are connected to a Yellow Box at the side of the road, containing electronics and batteries. Each time an athlete wearing a Mylaps Souvenir ChampionChip crosses the mats, the chip gets energized and sends out its ID-number. This number and corresponding time are then stored in the Yellow Box and transferred to a timing computer for further processing.

All runners must ensure they run across the orange mats at the beginning of the race. Also at the end of the run - no matter how tired you are - CONTINUE TO RUN ACROSS ALL MATS.

Chip timing antenna mats and yellow boxes

Can I buy a chip?

You do not need to buy a chip to participate in this event. However, if you wish to buy your own personal timing chip please visit Sportstats.ca.

Can you explain Chip Time versus Gun Time?

Gun Time: The time from the sound of the starter's signal to the time when the runner crosses the finish line. Also know as the Official Time.

Real Time, Chip Time: The time from when the runner crosses the starting mats at the start line, to the time when the runner crosses the finishing mats. For personal interest only.

IAAF Timing and awards policy: how are the winners determined?

Gun Time is the official time.

All awards are based on GUN TIME — the time from the start of the race (gun) to when you cross the finish line as per IAAF, Athletics Canada, BC Athletics, USATF, AIMS and International Awards standards.
Excerpt from the IAAF Road Race Handbook — Pg 196 RULE 240

Note: For road races and road walking events, the official time will be the time elapsed between the start gun and the athlete reaching the finish line. However, if an athlete crosses the start line after the start gun, his time elapsed between the start and finish line can be made known to the athlete but will not be considered as official time. The order in which athletes reach the finish line will be considered as the official finish position. 196 RULE 240

The Chip timing is provided for personal interest.

What are the advantages of Chip timing?

For Participants:

  • Fast and accurate results at each event
  • Net times: the Mylaps Souvenir ChampionChip can register every individual start time, even when participants are at the back of the pack
  • Split times, transition splits for triathlons, lap times
  • Free flowing finish, no more restricted space at the finish
  • A personal Mylaps Souvenir ChampionChip can be used all around the world in many sports like running, triathlon, cycling, mountain biking, in-line skating, cross-country skiing

For event organizers:

  • Fast and accurate results
  • High level service by providing net times and splits for every individual participant
  • Split time services for press, TV and Internet
  • Free flowing finish line (no chutes, less building up and taking down material)
  • Check points along the course

For Timers:

  • High quality service for event organizers and participants
  • Working with a high-tech and easy to use timing system
  • Collection of more data than ever before
  • Possibility for real-time online services to speaker, press, TV and Internet
  • Multipurpose utility: the system can be used in many different sports events and in many different set-ups

Course

What items are NOT allowed on the course?

For the safety of all participants, baby carriers, skateboards, roller blades, animals and unauthorized bicycles & wheeled devices are not permitted in the race.

Baby Strollers

We will allow participants to push a child in a stroller in the 5k event only; there will be a $10 fee for this entry. The $10 fee will cover the child's registration, as all individuals on course must be registered. You will also be provided with an additional bib that must be worn on the back of the individual who is pushing the stroller. This additional bib is for everyone's safety and will read "STROLLER" to indicate to those around you that you are pushing a stroller. This is a recreational category and you will be assigned to the purple corral and asked to start at the back.

Children

  • Everyone participating in this event MUST be registered — including children.
  • We highly recommend that any children participating in the event are accompanied by an adult over the age of 18 (due to the size of the event).

We will allow individuals with a disability to be pushed in their wheeled device. Both participants must be registered in the wheelchair event and have their bib number clearly displayed. We highly recommend that anyone participating in a wheeled device wear a helmet.

If you are visually impaired and would like to be matched with a guide runner, please contact Achilles Canada at www.achillescanada.ca.

Are Nordic poles allowed on the course?

Yes, Nordic walkers will start behind the runners. Please be aware of the course time limits to ensure you can complete the course in the allotted time. After the course closes support will be limited and participants assume the role of pedestrians.

Can my dog run with me?

For the safety and comfort of all participants, animals are NOT allowed on the course.

If you are visually impaired and would like to be matched with a guide runner, please contact Achilles Canada at www.achillescanada.ca.

Is the run a Boston qualifier?

Yes, the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon is a registered AIMS Marathon (Association of International Marathons), certified by Athletics Canada which makes it a great flat, fast, traffic-free Boston Qualifier. For more details on qualifying for Boston visit www.bostonmarathon.com.

Are the events sanctioned?

Yes, the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon and Half-Marathon are fully sanctioned by AIMS (Association of International Marathons) and Athletics Canada. The 5k event is sanctioned by Athletics Canada.

Where is the course?

Click here for a detailed course description and maps.

Where does my event start?

The half and full marathon start on University Ave. just south of Armoury St.
The 5k starts at Ontario Place in parking Lot 2.

Do you have a walking section for the marathon?

Yes, walkers start behind the runners at 8:55am. The marathon course will remain open until 2:55pm, allowing for a 6hr marathon. After the course closes, support will be limited and participants assume the role of pedestrians.

Is there a walking section for the half marathon?

Yes, walkers start behind the runners at 8:55am. The half marathon course will remain open until 12:45pm, allowing for a 3hr 50min half marathon. After the course closes, support will be limited, and participants assume the role of pedestrians.

Is there a wheelchair category at the STWM?

Yes. Click here for the 2012 STWM Wheelchair event guidelines.

Will the start be in waves or a mass start?

The half/full marathon start will have 6 waves leaving 5 minutes apart. Click here for full details of wave starts.

The 5k will have 5 waves leaving 4 minutes apart.

What are the course closure times?

Marathon — you will have 6 hours to complete the marathon, must maintain 8:30 min/km pace (13:43 min/mile)
Half Marathon — you will have 3 hours 50 minutes to complete the half marathon, must maintain 11:00 min/km pace (16:01 min/mile)
5k — you will have 80 minutes to complete the 5k race, must maintain 15 min/km pace (25:44 min/mile)
Finish Line and Post-race party site area will close at 3:30pm
After the courses close, support will be limited and participants assume the role of pedestrians.

Are the kilometres marked?

Our courses are all accurately measured and certified by Bernard Conway, IAAF Class “A” measurer and IAAF Head Measurer for the Americas. Our Marathon, Half Marathon and 5k courses are ALL marked in kilometres.

If you are used to Imperial measurement, the Running Room booth at the race Expo will have lots of FREE “pace” wristbands to calculate kilometres and miles.

Running Times has some great tables in kilometres as well as miles at: www.runningtimes.com/Channel.aspx?CategoryID=94.

Are live results available for others to track my race?

Yes!

Sportstats is offering Live Results on Race Day: Click here for more information.

Live Results Checkpoints to be confirmed shortly.

Can I wear my headphones / iPod during the run?

Yes, you are allowed to wear MP3 players, iPods, etc at the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon. Please stay to the right hand side of the road and be aware of runners and course marshalls around you. You are encouraged to keep the volume low enough so that you can still hear important directions provided by course marshals.

Remember that there are 12 Neighbourhood Cheering and Entertainment Centres on the marathon route, so you may wish to leave the headphones at home and enjoy the on-course entertainment.

Are there pacers?

Pacers will be available for the Marathon and Half Marathon via the STWM Pacer Program powered by Brooks. See pacer times listed on the Pacer Program page.

Where are the Aid Stations?

For information on Aid Stations please click here.

Will there be Gatorade?

Yes, Gatorade will be available at the race party area, at the finish line and at all Aid stations. Lemon/lime Gatorade will be available on course and if additional supplies are needed then Orange flavour will also be offered.

Gatorade Recover will be offered at the Finish Line.

Will there be gels?

PowerBar Gels in 3 flavours (Strawberry Banana, Vanilla, and Chocolate) will be available for half and full marathon participants. Gels will be located at 13k (Lake Shore Blvd & Parkside Dr) and 26.5k (Commissioners St).

Where are the toilets located along the route?

There will be 2 Port-o-lets at each aid station and at each Neighbourhood Challenge entertainment station.

Are there entertainment and bands on the course?

At the start/finish area you will find a band, DJ and/or announcer. There will also be bands, DJs and performers at various points along the course as part of the Neighbourhood Challenge.

What is the distance of a marathon?

42.195 kilometres or 26.2 miles

What is the distance of a half marathon?

21.0975 kilometres or 13.1 miles

Race Day

What kind of weather should I expect?

The daily average temperature for the month of October in Toronto is a comfortable 10.6°C or 51°F. The average high in October is 13.8°C or 57°F and the average low is 7.3°C or 45°F. Average rainfall for the month is 64.7mm or 2.5". Moderately high humidity is a possibility at this time of year. Be prepared for a variety of conditions.

When should I arrive?

You should arrive at least an hour before your start time to do any last minute things (baggage check, warm-up, toilets, etc).

How do I get to Direct Energy Centre for the 5K?

For the 5k, shuttle buses will be provided:

Before the run: Leaving from Richmond, West of University, to the Direct Energy Centre, from 10am to 11am.
After the run: Returning from the Direct Energy Centre from 1pm to 3pm.

Where can I check my bag?

Marathon and Half-Marathon Baggage Check will be open from 7:30–8:40am, at University Ave at Armoury (south of Dundas). The cost is $2 per bag, with proceeds going to the three featured charities. You can pick up your bag at the finish line area at Richmond and Bay.

5k Baggage Check will be open from 10:00-11:00am, right beside the 5k Shuttle Bus loading area — on Richmond, west of University (you can drop your bag off right before you board the bus to go to the DEC). The cost is $2 per bag, with proceeds going to the three featured charities. You can pick up your bag at the finish line area at Richmond and Bay.

Who receives medals?

All marathon, half marathon and 5k finishers will receive a medal.

When, where and what are the awards?

Presentation at the finish line to top 3 overall males and females, and top Canadians, in the marathon. All other Results will be posted on the RESULTS WALL next to the Main Stage in Arnell Plaza, and age group and other awards available in the adjacent AWARDS TENT.

How do I get my finisher's certificate?

Finisher's certificates are available online (FREE). See Official Results.

Past Results

Searchable Results: Sportstats.ca

Road Closures

How do I get to/from my destination on race day?

When and what streets are closed?

Please see PDF detailed street by street road closures and re-opening list.

Click each map for high-res PDF version:

Access to: Allstream Centre, BMO Field, Direct Energy Centre, Ricoh Colliseum, Better Living Centre, Queen Elizabeth Building

Allstream Centre, BMO Field, Direct Energy Centre, Ricoh Colliseum, Better Living Centre, Queen Elizabeth Building

  1. From the west — Gardiner Expressway east to Lakeshore exit, continue east on Lakeshore Blvd to Windermere Ave, turn left and head north on Windermere Ave to The Queensway. Head east on The Queensway, then King St. to Dufferin. Turn right and head south on Dufferin to destination
  2. From the east — Gardiner Expressway west to Dunn Ave. exit. Head north on Dunn Ave to King St. Turn right and head east on King St. to Dufferin. Turn right and head south on Dufferin to destination.
  3. Marathon route (start to 18k). Closure times on Lakeshore 06:00 – 13:00, Closure times from University to Bathurst 08:00 – 10:30
  4. Marathon route (finish). Closure times 04:00 – 16:00

Access to: Boulevard Club, Palais Royale, Argonaut Rowing Club, Ontario Place

Boulevard Club, Palais Royale, Argonaut Rowing Club, Ontario Place

  1. From the west — Gardiner Expressway east to Lakeshore exit, continue east on Lakeshore Blvd to Windermere Ave. At Windermere Ave, vehicles will be allowed to head east via dedicated, police-controlled lane to their destination. Police will be alternating the direction of this lane to allow exiting vehicles to travel west back to Windermere.
  2. From the east — Gardiner Expressway west to South Kingsway. exit. head north on South Kingsway to The Queensway. Turn right and head east on The Queensway to Windermere Ave. Turn right and head south on Windermere Ave. At Windermere Ave, vehicles will be allowed to head east via dedicated, police-controlled lane to their destination. Police will be alternating the direction of this lane to allow exiting vehicles to travel west back to Windermere.
  3. Marathon route (start to 18k). Closure times on Lakeshore 06:00 – 13:00, Closure times from University to Bathurst 08:00 – 10:30
  4. Marathon route (finish). Closure times 04:00 – 16:00

Access to: Rogers Centre, CN Tower, Air Canada Centre, Steamwhistle Brewery, Metro Toronto Convention Centre

Rogers Centre, CN Tower, Air Canada Centre, Steamwhistle Brewery, Metro Toronto Convention Centre

  1. From the west — Gardiner Expressway east to Spadina Ave. Exit at Spadina Ave. and head north to Bremner Blvd. At Bremner Blvd., turn right and head east to your destination
  2. From the east — Gardiner Expressway west to Spadina Ave. exit. Turn left and head north on Spadina Ave to Bremner Blvd. At Bremner Blvd, turn right and head east to your destination.
  3. Note — To exit, vehicles will be able to access westbound Gardiner Expressway via southbound Spadina Ave. from Bremner Blvd. and eastbound Gardiner Expressway at Rees via southbound Spadina Ave. to eastbound Lakeshore Blvd.

  4. Marathon route (7k to 8k). Closure times 08:00 – 10:30
  5. Marathon route (17k to 21k). Closure times 06:00 – 13:00
  6. Half-marathon finish. Closure times 06:00 – 16:00

Access to: Toronto Island Airport

Toronto Island Airport

  1. From the west — Gardiner Expressway east to Spadina Ave. Exit at Spadina Ave. and head north to Bremner Blvd. At Bremner Blvd., u-turn and head South on Spadina to Queens Quay. At Queens Quay, turn right and head west to your destination
  2. From the east — Gardiner Expressway west to Spadina Ave. Exit at Spadina Ave. and head north to Bremner Blvd. At Bremner Blvd., u-turn and head South on Spadina to Queens Quay. At Queens Quay, turn right and head west to your destination
  3. Note — To exit, vehicles will be able to access eastbound Gardiner Expressway at Rees via Lakeshore Blvd. or westbound Gardiner Expressway by heading north on Spadina Ave. and u-turning at Bremner Blvd. to access ramp (ramp accessible via southbound Spadina Ave. only).

  4. Marathon route (7k to 8k). Closure times 08:00 – 10:30
  5. Marathon route (17k to 21k). Closure times 06:00 – 13:00
  6. Half-marathon finish. Closure times 06:00 – 16:00

Access to: Queen's Quay, West of Bay

Queen's Quay, West of Bay

  1. From the west — Gardiner Expressway east to Spadina Ave. Exit at Spadina Ave. and head north to Bremner Blvd. At Bremner Blvd., u-turn and head South on Spadina to Queens Quay. At Queens Quay, turn right or left and head west to your destination
  2. From the east — Gardiner Expressway west to Spadina Ave. Exit at Spadina Ave. and head north to Bremner Blvd. At Bremner Blvd., u-turn and head South on Spadina to Queens Quay. At Queens Quay, turn right or left and head west to your destination
  3. Note — To exit, vehicles will be able to access eastbound Gardiner Expressway at Rees via Lakeshore Blvd. or westbound Gardiner Expressway by heading north on Spadina Ave. and u-turning at Bremner Blvd. to access ramp (ramp accessible via southbound Spadina Ave. only).

  4. Solid green lines denote uninterrupted access in these areas.
  5. Marathon route (start to 18k). Closure times on Lakeshore 06:00 – 13:00, Closure times from University to Bathurst 08:00 – 10:30
  6. Half-marathon finish. Closure times 06:00 – 16:00

Access to: Queen's Quay, East of Bay

Queen's Quay, East of Bay

  1. Vehicles will be allowed to travel through Jarvis, Sherbourne and Parliament until 10:00. From 10:00 – 12:30 vehicles from the west must head east on the Gardiner Expressway to Lakeshore Blvd exit, then right (south) on Carlaw Ave, right (west) on Commissioners Dr., right (north) on Don Roadway, left (west) on Lakeshore Blvd and left onto Queens Quay to your destination.
  2. From 10:00 – 12:30 vehicles from the west can access the area via southbound DVP to Lakeshore Blvd, then west on Lakeshore Blvd. to Queens Quay and finally a left onto Queens Quay to your destination.
  3. To exit the area, vehicles can use the eastbound Gardiner on-ramp for access to the DVP, or the westbound Gardiner on-ramp for access to the core and QEW/401.
  4. Marathon/Half marathon route:
    Closure times on Bay St. north of Lakeshore (04:00 – 16:00)
    Closure times on Harbour St. /Bay south of Lakeshore (06:00 – 13:00)
    Closure times on Queens Quay (07:00 – 13:00 — eastbound curb lane only).
    Closure times on Wellington/Front from Bay to Jarvis (06:00 – 15:30)
    Closure times on Front east of Jarvis (08:00 – 15:30)

Access to: Cirque du Soleil & Port Lands Area

Cirque du Soleil & Port Lands Area

  1. From the east — DVP south to Lakeshore Blvd exit. If destination is west of Don Roadway, continue south to Commissioners St and head west to destination. If east of Don Roadway, turn left at and head east on Lakehsore to Saulter, Bouchette, Logan, Carlaw or Leslie to access your destination via westbound Commissioners St. Eastbound Commissioners will be reserved for runner traffic.
  2. From the west — Gardiner Expressway east to Lakeshore Blvd exit. If destination is west of Carlaw Ave, continue south to Commissioners St and head west to destination. If east of Carlaw, head east on Lakehsore to Leslie to access your destination via westbound Commissioners St. Eastbound Commissioners will be reserved for runner traffic.
  3. Solid green lines denote uninterrupted access. Dashed line indicates vehicles must cross runner traffic for access.
  4. Marathon route from 21k to 27k. Closure times 07:00 – 14:00

Access to: Leslie to Woodbine

Leslie to Woodbine

  1. The Lakeshore Blvd exits from the DVP and Gardiner Expressway will remain open along with eastbound Lakeshore Blvd. from Yonge St. to Leslie for access to areas inside the marathon loop. If travelling east of Leslie, motorists will be required to turn left and head north to continue eastbound on Eastern Avenue. In order to travel north through Eastern Ave, vehicles must cross through runner traffic at Leslie or Coxwell (police controlled). Expect delays if between the hours of 10:00 until 14:00, with the longest delays occurring between 11:00 and 13:00.
  2. Eastbound traffic will be blocked at Kingston Rd., but access will be available to areas between Kingston Rd and Woodbine Ave. via the loop illustrated here (East on Kingston Rd, south on Woodbine, west on Queen St. to destination).
  3. Queen St. traffic will be allowed to head both east and west until Kingston Rd.
  4. Marathon route 28k to 36k: North on Leslie, east on Lakeshore, north on Woodbine, east on Queen, u-turn at Beech Ave, west on Queen, south on Woodbine, West on Lakeshore, north on Coxwell, east on Eastern, u-turn south of Queen, west on Eastern. Closure times 07:00 - 14:30.

Access to: The Beach

The Beach

  1. Residents in Zone 1 must enter and exit via Waverley Rd during gaps in runner traffic (shown as blue X). Vehicles will be able to cross north/south into this zone uninterrupted until 09:30. From 09:30 – 14:00, vehicles will be permitted to cross during gaps in runner traffic (police assisted). Expect the longest delays between the hours of 11:00 – 13:00. Kippendavie Ave, Kenilworth Ave, Waverley Rd and Kew Beach Ave will be converted into two-way streets to allow residents the ability to travel in and out of the area.
  2. Residents in Zone 2 are urged to enter their area via Willow Ave. and exit via Beech Ave. There will also be north/south crossing (shown as red X) available during gaps in runner traffic at Lee Ave and southbound only access during gaps in runner traffic at Wineva Ave (police assisted). Expect the longest delays between the hours of 11:00 – 13:00. Hubbard Blvd., Balsam Ave. and Fir Ave. will be converted to two-way streets to allow residents the ability to travel in and out of the area.
  3. Hamby Ave., Herbert Ave. and Hartford Ave. will be converted to two-way streets to allow access during the closure window.
  4. Marathon route from 31k to 34k. Closure times 09:30 – 14:30

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