Queen City Marathon
06 September 2019
Since its inaugural running in 2001, the Saskatchewan Credit Union Queen City Marathon has established itself as Saskatchewan’s premiere running and walking event and a well-respected Canadian marathon. The first Queen City Marathon was an idea born from the realization that Regina was ready for a national-calibre, community-driven event that would challenge local and international runners and walkers and showcase the beauty of Regina to participants from all across Saskatchewan, North America and around the world.The mission of this event is to be the number one marathon event in Saskatchewan. Our goals are provide a positive, safe and memorable experience for each and every one of our stakeholders. To ensure organizational and financial viability and provide a race for every pace. Also to build relationships in our community through partnerships and foster fitness. To give back through charities and to become the premier event in Regina.The Saskatchewan Credit Unions Queen City Marathon is an Athletics Canada certified course and can be used as a qualifier for the Boston Marathon. The race is also known as the Saskatchewan Credit Union 42.2K Run, or just Credit Union QCM, for short.The course takes place on a combination of asphalt roadways and pathways.
An out-and-back course that starts and finishes at the Conexus Arts Centre, 200A Lakeshore Drive.Our course takes runners through some of the most scenic parts of Regina including many areas of Wascana Park, downtown Regina and some of Regina's older neighbourhoods. The course takes place on a combination of asphalt roadways and pathways.
Runners travelling through this course will stumble upon some scenic and picturesque sites that will dazzle their eyes, this will an unforgettable experience.
The Saskatchewan Credit Unions Queen City Marathon does not offer prize money or cash awards in any event. All participants who successfully complete their registered event in accordance with the course rules will receive a custom-designed finisher's medal at the finish line.