DATE:  September 24, 2023
LOCATION: Laurier Park, Edmonton, AB
OPTIONS: 10km, 5km, 3km, 1km

Join us for the Edmonton Heartbeat Run on SUNDAY September 24, 2023 at Laurier Park. Register today for a run or walk and raise funds in support of the Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute.

Our Goal is to raise $35,000 for Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute.

REGISTRATION

EVENTNow Until
June 30
July 1 Until
September 6
September 7 Until
Race Day
10km Run$45$55$65
5km Run/Walk$35$45$55
3km Walk$35$45$55
1km Fun-Run$20$20$25
VIRTUAL RUN!
(5k,10k,21k)
$45$45$45

Don’t miss out on a great Fall Day where you’ll run along the North Saskatchewan River and take in the breath-taking views of trees changing colour and leaves falling.

By registering for the race, you agree to the event terms and conditions. The registration is binding and fees will not be refunded if you are forced to cancel unless you have taken out race insurance and meet the conditions of this insurance.

WHAT YOU GET

All entrants receive a great moisture wicking race tshirt!  Entries received before September 6 are guaranteed a shirt – and sizing!

Once you cross the finish line, you will be rewarded with a commemorative Heartbeat Run Medal.

Chip Timing!  Using a chip on the racebib, your time is recorded from the time you cross the starting line to you cross the finish!

Cool down with some great finishline snacks!

LOCATION & PARKING

Laurier Park is located just off of Buena Vista Rd, adjacent to the Valley Zoo.

Our start area will be adjacent to the public washroom in the centre of the Park.

PARKING

Ample parking is available in and around Laurier Park and the Valley Zoo.  Follow the directions of our parking attendants.

COVID19 PRECAUTIONS AND CONSIDERATIONS

We will be following the most recent guidelines as presented by Alberta Health Services.
https://www.alberta.ca/coronavirus-info-for-albertans.aspx

COURSE AND EVENT DETAILS

The 5kmMAP
Details to follow
Enjoy the scenery and hills!

The 10km – MAP
Details to follow

All events are chip timed!

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

WATER STATIONS – THIS IS A CUPFREE EVENT
Details to follow . Waterbottles will be available to pickup and fill your container.

THE FINISH LINE
After passing the finish line please move forward 200 meters. Just past the finish, you will find fruit, muffins & more!
Our medical services will also be available here.

DISTRIBUTION OF PRIZES
We will not be providing age group awards at this years event.

RESULTS LIST
Results will be posted onsite as they are updated and official results will be posted on our website within 24hours of the event.

REFUNDS, ROLLOVERS & CREDITS
View details here

SCHEDULE

Package Pickup
Saturday, September 23   1:00pm-4:00pm  Location TBC

Race Day

Sunday, September 24

  • 9:00am-9:50am  Race Package Pickup

  • 9:50am                Pre-race briefing

  • 10:00am              10km Start

  • 10:15am              5km Start

  • 10:20am              3km Start

  • 11:00am              1km Start

**covid regulations may  apply

OUR CHARITY

The University Hospital Foundation was created in 1962 by an act in the Alberta legislature. In the decades since, we have evolved into one of the most successful hospital fundraising organizations in Canada. We raise funds to advance patient care and innovation at the University of Alberta Hospital, the Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute and the Kaye Edmonton Clinic.

Funds raised by the Edmonton Heartbeat Run will support the Maz Innovation Fund, ensuring the Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute remains a world-class cardiac centre for years to come. Support of this fund will lead to the advancement of clinical programs, quality improvement, the purchase of new equipment, and research, in order to support developments in cardiac care, such as minimally invasive approaches.

This fund has already supported initiatives like:

– Surgical procedure to remove blood clots blocking the arteries carrying blood to the lungs, improving oxygen levels – one of only two programs in Canada

– Virtual cardiac rehabilitation for patients unable to attend in-person programs

– After a successful pilot program, proving the safety and effectiveness of Ev-Vivo equipment to essentially keep lungs ‘alive’ outside the body, this technology will begin to be used with patients.

OUR PARTNERS