CFB Esquimalt Navy run expected to attract 600 participants

The 10K and 5K runs will start at CFB Esquimalt’s Naden property

More than 600 hundred runners are expected to run in the eighth annual Navy run this Sunday (June 22) in Esquimalt.

The 10K and 5K runs will start at CFB Esquimalt’s Naden property (intersection of Woodway and Admirals Road), travel through Esquimalt and conclude with medal presentations by Rear-Admiral Bill Truelove.

This family –oriented event is open to all members of the community.  In addition to the 10K and 5K distances there is also a kids’ fun run. Registration for all events is available online at navyrunesquimalt.com closing at 8 p.m. Wednesday (June 18).

The 10K and 5K run begin at 8:30 a.m., followed by the kids’ run at 10 a.m.

 

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