Sunshine Coast Athletics

Sunshine Coast Athletics

Trail Running, Road Racing, Cross Country & Track — on the Sunshine Coast of British Columbia

The official running club of the Sunshine Coast

We are a BC Athletics affiliated running club located on the Sunshine Coast of BC, enjoying trail running, road racing, cross country and track, and hosting a number of signature events. We welcome runners of all ages and abilities, from Port Mellon to Lund and everywhere in between. New members always welcome!

Club News and Notices

Latest race reports — Loon Lake Race, HMBFD 10K, PaceSetter 5-Dollar 5K #5

Fall/Winter Events Registration Open

Get in the festive spirit at the Holiday Hustle 5k/2k in Sechelt on December 17th. Register by Dec 2 and save

Fall Clinic on now

PaceSetter Athletic

PaceSetter Athletic is hosting Learn to Run and Run Faster clinics from September to December. It's not too late to join in! Find out why our clinic members have so much fun! Register online here or register in-store.

Volunteers needed for club events

Our races can't happen without the help of amazing volunteers like you! Club members who volunteer will earn a free race entry to another SCA event.

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Race Results & Reports

Loon Lake Race, October 8, Powell River

A gorgeous crisp sunny day with morning mist on the lake greeted participants in the 22nd annual Loon Lake Race. Despite confirmation of this year's event happening quite last-minute, 40 runners and walkers came out to support Special Olympics Powell River. Over $1100 in pledges was collected in 2 short weeks! Winners of the 13k Run were Byron Fader of Powell River and Katie Cochran of Vancouver; the 7k was won by Chase Wilson and Brooklyn Vanderkemp, both of Powell River. Full results can be found here.

Halfmoon Bay Volunteer Fire Department 10k, October 1

Another damp cloudy morning giving way to bright sunshine — perfect conditions for a 10k race. Up from last year's participation numbers, 56 runners and 3 walkers made the trek from Fire Hall 2 to Fire Hall 1 in Welcome Woods and along Redrooffs, with the infamous hill past Cooper's Green challenging everyone in the final km. Nigel Young from Langley was in a class all his own, finishing first overall in 41:35. Halfmoon Bay's Teresa Nightingale was 3rd overall and first female in 46:39. Full results can be found here.

Coming up next: a BREWERY/DISTILLERY RUN SERIES in October and November!

PaceSetter 5-Dollar 5K Series Summer 2017 Event #5, September 10, Gibsons

We were lucky with the weather once again, with a cool cloudy morning giving way to sunshine. Thirty-one participants came out to test their speed and many ran their fastest yet in the series! Full results can be found here.

Stay tuned for details of our next series, a BREWERY/DISTILLERY RUN SERIES in October and November!

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