Awards

ULTIMATE

PRIZE MONEY
Guaranteed Prize Money ($3,380)

  • Overall: 1st $600, 2nd $300, 3rd $150
  • Master: 1st $300
  • Sprint Champion: $100
  • Trail Champion: $100
  • Stage Winner: $20 x 7

Additional Incentives ($2,400)

  • Course Record: $500
  • Stage Records: $100 each

Current Records: Male – Charles Bedley 9:37:38 (2004), Female – Jackie Jackman 12:07:47 (2010)

GOLD JERSEY
The Male and Female cumulative time leaders after each Stage will have the honour of wearing the GOLD jerseys for the following Stage. Earning a Gold Jersey is a lifetime achievement.

TROPHY
The overall Male and Female winners will have their names engraved on The ENDURrun Trophy.
The Rookie (1st time participant) Male and Female winners will have their names engraved on The ENDURrun Trophy.

MEDALS
Finisher medals to all finishers, and award medals to Top 5 Male and Female overall finishers.

RELAY

PRIZE MONEY
There is a total of $1,250 in prize money to be awarded as follows: 1st $750, 2nd $350, 3rd $150.
TROPHY
The winning team will have their name engraved on the ENDURrun trophy.
MEDALS
All winning Relay team members will receive a medal.
Finisher medals to all Marathon (Stage 7) finishers.

GUEST

MEDALS
Finisher medals to all Marathon (Stage 7) finishers.

NOTES

  • All prize money is in Canadian dollars and is available equally for both men and women.
  • For Ultimate prize money, the Ultimate must finish the week to collect any prizes.
  • Overall and Master prize money do not combine. Four individuals will win those four prizes.
  • If 2nd or 3rd overall is a Master, the 4th overall runner will receive 3rd overall prize money.
  • Sprint Champion has the lowest combined time of Stages 2 and 6.
  • Trail Champion has the lowest combined time of Stages 3 and 5.
  • Stage Winner is for Ultimates only.
  • Sprint, Trail, and Stage prize money does combine. For example, the most a single runner could earn is $600 + $100 + $100 + $20×7 = $940.