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Organizer: Joanne Woods (Event Director)

Map: Hume Park

Primary Organizers:

Event Director/Course Planner: Joanne Woods , Membership/Registrar: Karen , Trainers:  Stan



6:15 pm - instruction for new comers
6:30 pm - start ( individual or small groups of 2-3 people)
8:00 pm - finish


There will be 3 loops of Hume Park, each with a different focus. One loop will be on a complete map, one map will just show contours and trails, and the other map will show vegetation & trails but NO contours. Short course you can do any 2 loops, and the long course will be all 3 loops, which you can do in any order.

If you want to compete against someone who has a similar running speed,  2 or 3 people can start at once with each person doing a different loop.

Safety Precautions: Please bring a headlamp, and be prepared for hills or stairs which may be slippery. Remember whistles are mandatory at all WETs. 

Parking/Start/Finish Locations: The start will be on the corner of Braid St. and East Columbia beside the Go Thai Restaurant.  If you are not staying for dinner, please park on Kelly St  and walk to the Restaurant.  Or there is more parking across the street from the Restaurant on 8th Street, near Sapperton Triangle.  If you are staying for dinner you may park in the restaurant parking, so long as a few parking spots are available for other patrons of the restaurant.

Post-Event Dining: Go Thai Restaurant 502 East Columbia St.   You can order & pay for your food before the run so your supper will be ready for you to eat when you are finished running. Amazing!  Or just check out the menu before you run the WET and work up an appetite.


Without volunteers, these events cannot take place. A hearty thanks to all those helping put this event on. If you would like to volunteer/help at upcoming WETs/WJRs or would like to organize a WET please let us know.



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