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Sellout!

Our 5 km event has sold out, twice!  We chipped 70 bibs for the 5 km event and sold out on Thursday morning.  We located another 38 bibs and sold these out in a couple of hours.  We have capped

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2018 Medal Reveal

Handmade and one of a kind, these incredible medals were made by Natalie Ferguson, outreach coordinator at Art City. Exclusive to Ted’s Run for Literacy 2018. Register to get yours: https://www.events.runningroom.com/site/15057/teds-run-for-literacy-2018/

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Top 10 reasons to be a Ted’s Run for Literacy Runner/Volunteer

10)That warm feeling it brings in your heart in supporting CanU! 9)Awesome swag! 8)Be a part of a team with a “specific set of skills.” 7) Be a part of the only race that connects two beautiful city parks! 6)

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Important PSA Coming…

Ted’s Run for Literacy is proud to bring you an important PSA this week. Stay tuned!

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Our 5 km Course is now Certified!

Ted’s Run for Literacy is pleased to announce that our 5 km course is now certified and sanctioned by Manitoba Runners’ Association.  We certified the 10 km course years ago, but now, with the resurgence in popularity of the 5

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Mark your calendars…

The 7th annual Ted’s Run for Literacy (or as the hip say, TRL) is Sunday, September 24, same Bat Place, same Bat Time. Remember, we’re the sleep-in race. We start at 10:00 AM while those other races start at the

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Important!

Registration closes at 11:59 PM on Thursday, September 22, 2016. Registration on Race Day is available for the 2 km event only. No Race Day registration for 5 or 1o km event. We have a limited number of chipped bibs.

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Race Day: September 25, 2016

The countdown is on! We sold out in 2015 so we strongly encourage you to register soon. For more information on how to register click the “Register” tab above. For information on Race Day click the “Race Day” tab above.

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“Jo” button campaign

Donations to the “Jo” button campaign have now exceeded $5000.  Proceeds will be presented to Jo’s family on September 25 at Ted’s Run for Literacy.  At Jo’s request proceeds will be donated to the Canadian Brain Tumour Registry (Brain Tumour Foundation

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People of TRL – Bob Cox, Runner and Publisher of the Winnipeg Free Press

People of Ted’s Run – Bob Cox, runner and Publisher of the Winnipeg Free Press Ted’s Run for LIteracy: When did you start running, and why? Bob Cox: I started running longer distances in 1975 when I was 14. I had

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