RUN AWAY THE CHILL ON Sunday FEBRUARY 12,2023
Price ENDS on…
|Earlybird||Ends on December 31 11:59pm||$65||$55||$45||$30|
|Ends on January 26th 11:59pm||$75||$65||$55||$30|
|Online registration closes February 10th at 11:59pm.
You may register in person at package pickup.
** Prices DO NOT include GST or online processing fees.
All Entry Packages Include:
- Custom Dead Cold Run Toque (not guaranteed after January 29 )
- Chip timing
- Official DeadCold finisher Medal
Please note – We intentionally create our price structure so EVERY runner can get a low price early season.
The Dead Cold Run does not provide refunds or rollovers.
The Dead Cold Run will take place on Sunday February 12, 2023.
The Dead Cold Run is based at Laurier Park.
Ample Parking is available in the park and the Valley Zoo.
Race package pickup will occur at the Running Room on 109st. (8537 109 St NW)
on Saturday February 11 from 1-4pm.
DEAD COLD SCHEDULE
Sunday, February 12, 2023
9:00am- 9:45am Late package pickup
10:00am 21km Start
10:10am 10km Start
10:15am 5k Starts
10:45am Kids DeadCold FunRun
* timing may change based on attendance
Please arrive within 15minutes of the race start.
The Thick-Skinned 21k – https://www.plotaroute.com/route/2089012
From our startline, you will head north and loop Laurier Park to access Quesnel Bridge. Once over the bridge athletes will follow Fort Edmonton Park Road and access the trail system to loop the park. Athletes will return over Quesnel Bridge and follow the roadway along the south side of the park to begin their second lap. Do another loop and come to the finishline!
The Toasty 10k
The Toasty 10k will be 1 lap of the above route.
The Frosty 5k – https://www.plotaroute.com/route/2097040
The Frosty 5k will be a simple out and back.
For more than 70 years, Heart & Stroke has led the fight against heart disease and stroke by funding lifesaving research. Our work has saved thousands of lives and improved the lives of millions of others. You’ll probably run into someone today who is alive and well thanks to the countless people in Canada who have supported our cause. By taking part in the Dead Cold Run, you’ll help us to continue to save lives and give more precious moments to people living with heart disease or stroke. Together we can beat heart disease, beat stroke, and beat as one.THE WEATHER
True winter has actually set in (it’s been a while!). We want to ensure the safety of our athletes – AND our volunteers. While athletes can dress for the weather, and stay warm through racing – volunteers stand still! We have set out the following as a guideline.
- At temperatures of -20C (without the wind-chill), the events may be run at the Race Committee’s discretion, under a modified format (such as a shortened course or a modified start time). The Race Committee will consider the temperature trends, wind chill factors, and track conditions expected during the event before making their decision.
- At temperatures below -25C, the events will be cancelled, or may be run WITHOUT volunteer support.
- At any air temperature, any difficult weather conditions such as strong winds, high air humidity, heavy snow, or icy track conditions will result in the Race Committee consulting with the leaders of the participating teams to modify, postpone or cancel the event.
- A decision to cancel may be made prior to race day based on the forecast or snow conditions, or it may be made on race day based on current weather conditions and the forecast. Event updates and/or the final decision will be posted on our website and/or posted on the facebook page. We will do our best to notify participants via email as well.