Neighbourhood Challenge » Spectators
The Canada Running Series and the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront Marathon are very excited to announce their new partnership with racePOINT, an interactive map that serves 3 functions for PARTICIPANTS, SPECTATORS and RESIDENTS of Toronto!
This year, more than ever, we're encouraging spectators to pick out key viewing spots along the Course as everyone cannot fit at the Start and Finish at Nathan Phillips Square! Celebrate and cheer on the runners at one or more of our 12 fabulous Neighbourhood Cheering & Entertainment sites:
indicates location of a Neighbourhood Cheering and Entertainment Centre.
Routes subject to final City approval.
You can pick up your pocket-sized SPECTATOR GUIDE complete with map, cheering sites, how to get around and more, at the Running Health & Fitness EXPO, at the Enercare Centre (formerly known as the Direct Energy Centre) at Exhibition Place, Friday October 16 and Saturday October 17, or: click here for downloadable version you want to print 8.5" x 11" (4.5 MB); or click here to download mobile-friendlier version (2.8 MB).
1: The Annex, Bloor St. (after 2k)
2: Alexandra Park, Bathurst St. & Dundas (at 5k)
3: Liberty Village — King West, Lakeshore & Princes' Gates (at 7.5k & 17k)
4: High Park, Ellis Ave. & Lakeshore Blvd. (after 12k)
5: Parkdale–Roncesvalles, Boulevard Club & Lakeshore (at 14k)
6: Harbourfront, Queen's Quay & Sherbourne Common Pk (at 21k)
7: Corktown, Corktown Common Park (at 23k)
8: Cabbagetown, Bayview at River St. turnaround (between 24k and 25k)
9: Greek Town, Broadview & Eastern (at 26.5k and 39k)
10: Leslieville Farmers Market, Lakeshore at Coxwell (at 30k and 36k)
11: The Beach, Kew Gardens Park (between 31 and 32k and between 33k and 34k)
12: St. Lawrence Market, Front St. & Church St., in front of Berczy Park (before 41k)
An accessible seating platform will be available for finish line viewing. The platform will be located on the west side of Bay St, just north of Queen St (north of the bleachers) — please access the platform from Queen St. At 8:15am the 5k runners will start crossing the finish line and east-west access across Bay St will NOT be available. If arriving to the finish area after 8:15am, arrive from the west of Bay St.
Final Tip: Arrange to meet your loved ones at a pub or restaurant near the Finish Line rather than in crowded Nathan Phillips Square itself.
Use public transit. It's "the better way" to get around the course on race day.
DAY PASS. Only $11.00 for Saturdays & Sundays: for 2 adults + up to 4 children under 19 yrs; OR 1 adult + 5 kids under 19 years.
Details: www.ttc.ca; and INFO booth at STWM