Runners and walkers kick off the holiday season with the annual Santa Shuffle

The 26th annual Santa Shuffle is a popular holiday-themed event presented by Running Room in support of The Salvation Army.

December 5th, 2016 by | Posted in Canadian Race Guide, RaceGuide, Runs & Races | Tags: , , , , ,

Taking place in 42 locations in all 10 provinces, the 26th annual Santa Shuffle Fun Run and Elf Walk is a popular holiday-themed event presented by Running Room in support of The Salvation Army. All in all, several thousand runners and walkers used the event as a fun way to kick off the holiday season as well as raise tens of thousands of dollars to assist individuals and families in need at this time of year.

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Elsewhere, the sold-out Tannenbaum 10K in Toronto’s Beaches neighbourhood was also deemed a success. The event saw over 1,200 finishers in both the classic 10K race and the Superkids 1K. The 10K was won by Toronto native Eric Bang in 32:13 and Courtney Laurie of Brantford in 37:44.

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