7th Annual Victoria County Canada Day
Physical Activity Challenge 2018
(June 30 & July 1, 2018)
Complete the Following 2 Events to Complete the Challenge:
- The Englishtown Mussel Cup Road Race 5K – June 30, 2018
- The Dan MacDonald 10K in Baddeck – Canada Day (July 1, 2018)
June 30, 2018
14th Annual Englishtown Mussel Cup 5K & 1K 2018
Mussel Fest Registration: https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=141240
Please register at 8:30 am, run starts at 9:30 am. Also, 1 km run for 12 & under.
Date: June 30th, 2018
Location: Englishtown Community Hall, Englishtown
Registration: 8:30 am
Race Start: 9:30 am
Race Fee: $15 – 5k; $10 – 1k
July 1, 2018
Dan MacDonald 10 km Road Race 2018
Dan MacDonald Registration: https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=141241
8:30 am – Please register at Bras d’Or Yacht Club.
8:30 am – Run, 1.5 km Road Race: Ages 5 & up
Date: July 1st, 2018
Location: Baddeck Yacht Club
Registration: 8:30 am
Race Start: 9:30 am
Race Fee: $15 – 10k, $10 – 1.5k kids run
HELD – 6th Annual Victoria County Canada Day Physical Activity Challenge June 24 and July 1, 2017 A Success!
Thank You to Robin Stuart and all the volunteers, leaders, organizations, sponsors, partners, facility operators and service providers on contributing to another successful event in 2017, it’s greatly appreciated. We’ll see you again June 30 and July 1, 2018 for our 7th Annual Challenge!
The three events to complete the challenge were:
- The Englishtown Mussel Fest 5K – Held June 24, 2017
- Followed by Velo Cape Breton Cycling around St. Ann’s Bay afterwards, and
- The Dan MacDonald 10K in Baddeck – Held Canada Day (July 1, 2017)
2017 Results for Englishtown Mussel Fest 1km and 5 km runs:
All the results and pre-registration can be available on line : www.limitlessracetiming.com. Just go to the events tab.
HELD: Englishtown Mussel Fest 5K – Held on June 24, 2017
This is one of the flattest and fastest 5K’s in our area, has gorgeous scenery, and you can stay afterwards for the Mussel Fest itself. Registration was at https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=103660&owner=1 This is a CBRR points series race! Remember to sign up for the Roadrunners if you haven’t (online at cbtrisports.com or at the race) As well, this is event one of the Victoria County Fitness Challenge (see number 2 and number 4 below)
HELD – Velo Cape Breton’s Annual Mussel Fest Ride Around St. Ann’s Bay on June 24, 2017
Shortly after the Mussel Fest 5K, starting from the community hall. All levels of cyclist were welcome. Details at velocapebreton.ca This was #2 of the Victoria County Fitness Challenge. The ride is 40Km and non-competitive (enjoy the scenery and all the brand new pavement with a big shoulder)
HELD – Annual Baddeck Dan MacDonald Canada Day 10K Results
Started at the Baddeck Yacht Club, register starting 8:30 am, run started 9:30 am. Registration link is here: https://www.webscorer.com/register?raceid=103766&owner=1 This is the 3rd and final event in the Victoria County Fitness Challenge, and a CBRR points series race. Plus, there is no better place to be for Canada150 than Baddeck. (for anyone who wants to do a multisport workout, contact me about cycling there in the morning from Ross Ferry or somewhere in between)
HELD – Superhero 1.5 k Run Results on July 1st, 2017
1.5 km Run for ages 1-10. Participants must wear a superhero outfit.
Registration: Only $15 fee
Sponsors: Victoria County, ACOA, Naturally Active for Life Victoria County – Part of the 6th Annual Victoria County Fitness Challenge 2017
Pre Register: (http://limitlessracetiming.com/event/78)
Complete the Englishtown Mussel Fest Run, St. Ann’s Bay Bike Ride and the Dan MacDonald Run and you’ve achieved the 6th Annual Challenge with loads of fun, social, physical activity, refresments, etc.
June 24th, 2017—13th Annual Englishtown Mussel Festival—9:00 am registration for 5 km and 1 km road race; 11:00 am Beaton Institute to discuss our local history in photographs (including ones at our hall); 12:00 noon–6:00 pm Mussels, Lobster dinners & BBQ plus live music inside and out. Come join us. Come lend a hand too.
Englishtown Musselfest Sunday June 24, 2017
For more information contact festival organizers. email@example.com .ca . 902 929 2700
The course is beautiful – about as flat as you can get in CB and following the picturesque shore of St. Ann’s Bay. Commencing at the St. Marks Presbyterian Church and proceeding 2.5 km towards the ferry down the Black Head Road and back. Ride starts at noon. Racers and Walkers register 8:30 AM. Festival ends at 6:00PM. It’s a blast to get out and run in a beautiful part of Cape Breton and afterwards join in on the fun of the festival with seafood and music.
HELD – The 5th Annual Victoria County Canada Day Weekend Physical Activity Challenge held Canada Day Weekend June 25 & July 1, 2016 in Victoria County, Cape Breton, Nova Scotia was a Success!
“They were successful but would not be very profitable without assistance. Thanks for everything” – Robin Stuart (Sept. 1, 2016)
Englishtown Musselfest 5K was held Saturday June 25, 2016. limitlessracetiming.com This was a CBRR POINTS SERIES RACE. The race start was 9:30 am. Be early as bathrooms are limited, and there will be a good turnout
Stay for the bike ride, and the mussels! This is part 1 of 3 in the Victoria County Fitness Challenge
Around-the-Bay Bicycle Ride with Velo Cape Breton, was held Saturday June 25, 2016. It was a gorgeous 40Km ride around St. Ann’s Bay, on mostly new pavement velocapebreton.ca Ride went about 1 hour after the finish of the 5K race. This is part 2 of 3 in the Victoria county fitness challenge.
Dan MacDonald Canada Day 10K in Baddeck, Held Friday July 1, 2016. 9:30 am was gun time. limitlessracetiming.com. THIS was A CBRR POINTS SERIES RUN. This is part 3 of 3 in the Victoria County Fitness Challenge.
4th Annual Victoria County Canada Day Weekend Physical Activity Challenge 2015 – A Success
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Held Canada Day Weekend: June 27 – July 1, 2015
11th Annual Englishtown Mussel Fest 5k & 1K run on June 27 followed by the St Ann’s Bike Ride in the afternoon.
The Dan MacDonald 10k and 3k Road Race were held on July 1 in Baddeck again. The goal was to get more kids in both races this year.
Englishtown was a success in runners for both 5k and 1k and the 44k bike ride. Purchased shirts for all runs and hats which you will see photos. All participants were very complimentary of the events. If we did not obtain the financial assistance from Naturally Active Victoria County, the county (Councilors Merrill MacInnis & Bruce Morrison) we would not make a profit. I had very few shirts left over.
Its about changing sedentary life styles. As always Vince thanks for your help. I couldn’t do it without you.
Proceeds of the event goes to support the Baddeck Runners Club and the Englishtown Community Hall Committee. My mailing address is P.O. Box 60, Englishtown, NS, B0C 1H0
You can reach me at 902-295-0792 any time – Robin Stuart
Hats Off to Organizer Robin Stuart (4th Year) and his team. For further information, please do not hesitate to contact Robin: e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Naturally Active Victoria County was Proud to Support the 4th Annual Victoria County Canada Day Weekend Physical Activity Challenge:
Those that completed the Mussel Fest Run, Dan MacDonald Run and St. Ann’s Bike completed the 4th Annual Canada Day Challenge 2015 – hats off to all participants, spectators, sponsors, especially the volunteers, organizing committee and Robin Stuart on a job well done.
The web site with many photos and all results for both events is found at:
Here’s the link for Englishtown: http://limitlessracetiming.com/event/34
Here’s the link for Baddeck: http://limitlessracetiming.com/event/35
Englishtown was a success in runners for both 5k and 1k and the 44k bike ride. All participants were very complimentary of the events.
ACOA was also a supporter of the event.
Thank You for your time, consideration and continued coverage and contribution to the success of initiatives – it’s greatly appreciated.