Canada’s Sinister 7 100-mile race and relay started yesterday. The course gains 6,400 metres in elevation and takes runners through rugged, remote, and beautiful terrain in the Alberta Rocky Mountains. The Sinister 7 is open to solo runners or teams of up to seven and racers have 30 hours to complete the event. The course is split into seven stages, each featuring a geographic and historic highlight of the area. The race is named after the iconic Seven Sisters Mountain that covers much of the course.

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The 2019 includes Attitude over Altitude filmmakers Joedy, Jayden, and James Dalke have sponsored a team of kids to run Sinister 7 100-mile relay. The average age is 12-years-old, tackling legs 11K to 32K. Average age 12. They team, including the Dalke brothers are currently on course, and due to finish shortly.

You can track 100-mile relay and ultrarunners here. 

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