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Miramichi Rock ‘n Run happens this year on Sunday, June 24th, 2018 at 8am.  Runners, this is one you won’t want to miss! Plan on it!

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5k, 10k, 1/2 Marathon

*Please note: We will be altering the routes for each distance to adjust for a slightly different finish line (still around the square) this 2018 year.

The 5 k run/walk takes runners midway across the Miramichi river before making the turn for home. ROUTE MAP

The 10k race takes runners across the beautiful Miramichi river and and along the Nelson waterfront before returning along the river banks and back across the Miramichi river to Newcastle. ROUTE MAP

The half marathon course is described as having mostly level terrain, circling around the beautiful Miramichi river, doted as one of the most scenic half marathon routes in Atlantic Canada. ROUTE MAP

What is “Go for 42”?   It’s a 5 week event that gives children the opportunity to complete their own marathon (42.2km).

Who is “Go For 42” for?  Our marathon is for children from Kindergarten to Grade 8.

Prize Money for 2018

Men’s 1/2

Women’s 1/2

Men’s 10k

Women’s 10k

Men’s 5K

Women’s 5k

1st

 

$125.00
$125.00
$70.00 
 $70.00
 $40.00
 $40.00

2nd

 

 $75.00
 $75.00
 $45.00
 $45.00
 $25.00
 $25.00

3rd

$50.00
 $50.00
 $20.00
 $20.00
 $15.00
 $15.00

Miramichi Rock ‘n Run will again host the 10k RunNB Provincial Championship in 2018.
Therefore, there are additional medals and prize money to be won! 🎖 💰

This means that for the 10k race, RunNB will also award…

$200 for 1st place; $125 for 2nd place; and $50 for 3rd place (applicable to NB runners only).

Giving Back to Our Community

We celebrated the 12th year of the Miramichi Rock ‘n Run in 2016 by awarding bursaries to very worthy recipients.  Roots of Empathy received $1000 and Mango Kids Fun Run received $500 from R’nR.

R’nR Committee member Ralph Williston is pictured here with Darlene MacDonald, who accepted the cheque on behalf of Roots of Empathy.