Overnight relay race at Quebec’s Mont-Tremblant raises over $2.6 million

Mont-Tremblant's 24-hour relay race took place this weekend and in the process raised over $2.6 million for charity.

The 24-hour Tremblant relay race took place this weekend, beginning Saturday afternoon and finishing on Sunday at Mont-Tremblant in Quebec, about two-hours northeast of Ottawa.

Full results

For the second year in a row, “Les Ratons Sonic” won the 24-hour running relay completing the 5K-course 52 times. The race began yesterday at 11:45 a.m. local time before ending a full day later on Sunday just before noon.

24H Tremblant Results
The event raised $2,639,374 for three charities: The Ottawa Senators Foundation, Fondation Centre de Cancérologie Charles-Bruneau and Fondation Tremblant.

The 24-hour relay included a run, walk, or ski option for competitors.

After the event, participants and fans were treated to a Simple Plan, which was without lead vocalist Pierre Bouvier, who suffered a vocal cord hemorrhage earlier in the week, according the band’s Facebook page.