Everything you need to know about the lululemon Toronto 10K

Here's the run down for tomorrow's 10K

June 14th, 2019 by | Posted in Runs & Races | Tags: , , ,

Tomorrow is the Toronto lululemon 10K and runners are excited about the running event which doubles as one big party. Here’s everything you need to know about Saturday’s race.

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Start line

The start line is located at University Ave. and Queen St., just north of the intersection. Start corrals open at 7:00 a.m. and all runners should be in their corral by 7:25 a.m. Corrals can be found here.

Course map

Most of the course runs along the water, so send you spectators on a nice Saturday morning walk and tell them to meet you at Lake Ontario along the Martin Goodman Trail.


This year’s headliner is Canadian marathon record holder Cam Levins. Levins has recovered from the knee injury that took him out of this year’s Virgin Money London Marathon, and will return to Toronto for the lululemon 10K.

Salome Nyirarukundo, Leslie Sexton and Rachel Hannah are the three big contenders in the women’s event. Hannah is coming off of a strong marathon performance in Ottawa in 2:41:31, Sexton was the 2018 CRS champion and Nyirarukundo lives in Ottawa but is a Rwandan citizen and a 2016 Olympian.

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Post-race party

The finish line is located on Lakeshore Boulevard, west of Ontario Drive. To keep things moving, the post-race meet and greet area is located just beyond the finish line in Bandshell Park at Exhibition Place. This is where your friends and family can meet post-race to celebrate your run.


Want to know if you ran a personal best? Live results and tracking can be found here.