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Terry Fox Run this Sunday
Still time to register...
This Sunday, September 16, sees various Terry Fox runs taking place around the Montreal area. The Terry Fox Foundation uses the slogan of "working together to outrun cancer." The runs are inspired by Terry Fox (1958-1981) a one-legged
athlete who attempted to run across Canada in 1980 to raise awareness about cancer research. After 143 days and 5,373 kilometers, Fox was forced to give up reports Wikipedia. Since 1981, some $600 million has been raised worldwide for cancer research by the Foundation named in Fox's honour. While some 60 nations now host Terry Fox runs, the main run in Montreal takes place on Mount Royal, starting from the chalet. Registration begins at 9:45 a.m. and the run starts at 10:30 a.m. Participants can run, walk, or cycle on a 5km circuit along a gravel road (chemin Olmsted) on Mount Royal and the event is expected to wind down around 1 p.m. "There's still time to join the run if you're not yet registered," Peter Sheremeta, Provincial Director of The Terry Fox Foundation told The Times. "People can just show up and register. You can even run without making a pledge. And we will have staff answering telephone calls this weekend. Many schools also do Terry Fox runs, but typically do so
Graphic courtesy of Terry Fox Foundation Map of Sunday's Terry Fox run on Mount Royal that begins and ends at the chalet
later in September." Other events are planned Sunday for Brossard, Greenfield Park, Hudson, Kirkland, Montreal West, Pointe Claire, St. Leonard, and TMR, etc. Details may differ slightly from one location to another. For instance, Pointe Claire's event starts off from the Chalet in Alexandre Borgeau Park. Registration there begins at 9 a.m. while the run starts at 10 a.m. Runners, walkers, cyclists, in-
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line skaters and those in wheel chairs are all welcome to participate in distances of five or 10km.
Terry Fox Foundation (514) 499-9747 www.terryfox.org/Run/ Quebec_.html