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Dartmouth Natal Day Race

Monday August 1st, 2022
Dartmouth, NS, CAN
Distance: 6 Miles

Welcome to the 113th Edition of the Dartmouth Natal Day Road Races. Our event is one of the oldest road races in North America. Competitive runners, recreational runners and walkers are all encouraged to participate. We take pride in being a fun and affordable event for the whole family. The course is a two mile loop and runners have the choice of running a two mile or a six mile race.

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Dave Nevitt
Nova Scotia is a great destination for a summer road trip and the Dartmouth Natal Day Road Race should be included in your travel plans. With two distances to pick from and an affordable entry fee, it's the an ideal event for the whole family to enjoy.
Bob Anderson
I am impressed. This race was started in 1907.
Dartmouth Natal Day Race, Race Date: 2018-08-06, Distance: 6 Miles
Division Time Name Age Home
Male 30:58 Matt McNeil 19 Halifax, CN
2nd Male 31:46 Andrew Coates 30 Halifax, CN
3rd Male 32:37 Matthias Mueller 19 Middle-Sackville, CN
4th Male 32:44 Trent Lynds 19 Halifax, CN
Female 35:20 Michelle Reddy 19 Dartmouth, CN
2nd Female 37:15 Heather ODonnell 30 Meadowvale, CN
3rd Female 37:15 Emily Hamilton 30 Halifax, CN
4th Female 37:56 Rayleen Hill 40 Dartmouth, CN
Division Time Name Age Home
M 40-49 35:14 Ian Holdway 40 Halifax, CN
M 50-59 35:48 Wade Were 50 Dartmouth, CN
M 60-69 42:54 Jody Clarke 60 Dartmouth, CN
M 70+ 53:17 Robin Whyte 70 Halifax, CN
F 40-49 37:56 Rayleen Hill 40 Dartmouth, CN
F 50-59 51:03 Shawna Murdock-Moore 50 Halifax, CN
F 60-69 42:41 Cindy ODonnell 60 Bear River, CN
Dartmouth Natal Day Race

The race begins in front of Christ Church on Ochterloney Street and runs in a two mile loop around Sullivan’s Pond and downtown Dartmouth. Participants in the two mile race run the loop once, while those in the six mile race run it three times.

The course is mostly flat, but there is a short, somewhat steep hill approaching the two-mile split / finish line. Six mile runners, therefore, will run this hill three times.There will be a water stop at the one mile mark and there will also be water available at the start / finish area.

The post race reception will feature juice, fruit, and doughnuts available on a first come-first serve basis.

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