Yesterday was the Burlington-Hamilton Santa Shuffle, and hundreds of runners took to the streets in full Santa and elf suits. All proceeds from the event go towards supporting the Salvation Army and their Red Shield Campaign. The Red Shield Campaign brings practical support to local families through food banks and shelters. 

The Santa Shuffle happens across the Canada in 18 different cities on December 1st, and brings together hundreds of runners together in support of the charity. The event started 28 years ago in Edmonton and has become a nation-wide run. 

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The Tannenbaum 10K is another holiday race that took place over the weekend. Olympian and Canadian record holder Matt Hughes took the win in 30:21.1, Eric Bang was second in 31:08 and third place was Lucas White in 33:44. 

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In the women’s race, Krista Duchene was first in 37:03, Carmen Ballard was second in 37:43 and third place went to Katarina Mylvaganam in 38:00. Full results can be found here

 

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