War Memorial Hospital Sault International Festival of Races
To mail in your registration print the 2018 form Here
Join up to 500 runners as part of the 9th Annual Sault International Festival of Races on Saturday, September 29, 2018! This Festival of Races provides runners with a unique opportunity to experience the Sault Ste. Marie International Bridge like never before and run alongside the St. Marys River, all set against the backdrop of beautiful fall foliage and cool E.U.P. temperatures.
Travel documents are not necessary. Yes, the Bridge Run (7.1 Miles) and Half Marathon run the International Bridge, however, we are NOT entering Canada. Our route turns around prior to passing through Canada Customs. Please note that no one is allowed on the Bridge without a runner’s bib. U.S. and Canadian Customs Officials will be on hand.
For more detailed information about the Sault International Festival of Races, please visit the main web page.
The half marathon will start at 7:15 a.m. at LSSU. The half-marathon is an out-and-back course which includes the International Bridge and continues along the riverfront in historic Sault Ste. Marie. The course is primarily fast and flat, with the exception of inclines on the International Bridge, and provides many scenic vistas throughout. An elevation chart of the International Bridge can be obtained here.
There will be water stations along the course placed approximately every 1.7 to 2 miles. Aid stations and electrolyte beverages will also be along the course. Absolutely no roller blades, pets, wagons or other wheeled vehicles will be allowed on the course.
The bridge run will start at 7:30 a.m. at LSSU. The bridge run is 7.1 miles and is an out-and-back course which includes the International Bridge and continues on Portage Ave. to Water Street and finishes on Portage Ave. An elevation chart of the International Bridge can be obtained by clicking here.
The 5k will start at 7:45 a.m. at LSSU. Please note the 5k route does not include the International Bridge and is actually 3.1+ miles, slightly longer than a standard 5k.