Royal Road Race


The 2019
Royal Road Race

Saskatchewan’s Premier Running Event

Saturday May 11, 2019

The ninth annual Royal Road Race, hosted by the Jaleta Pacers and the RCMP is once again being held on Mother’s Day weekend.  Since it began, this race has contributed over $161,549.00 to local charities.  Held entirely on the RCMP Training Academy in Regina, this fast course has something for everyone with 5k and 10k races, a 5k walk, 5k wheelchair and a 1k Mini-Mountie for children.  Titan Automotive and Mercedes-Benz of Regina are returning for their third year as Race Presenting Sponsors.

As a tribute for Mother’s Day, the fastest mother in each of the 5k and 10k race will receive a special gift.  New this year in recognition of your running accomplishment will be a dazzling set of Hillberg & Berk sparkle ball earrings given to all race finishers.

There is a discount for early registration – The race has the following registration limits:

Royal Road Race (5k, 10k)

600

RCMP Members and Cadets

150

Mini-Mountie Kids Race (1k)

75

 

Course Records

 

10 km 

Men

Kelly Wiebe

2012

29:14

Total prize money

for the 2018 race:

$4,000.00

Women

Bevin Kennelly

2012

35:46

5 km

Men

Wyatt George Baiton

2015

15:13

Women

Jennifer Souter

2013

18:30

 

I first came to the Royal Road Race a decade ago because Ted seemed so excited about it. He was right. It’s the fastest and best organized road race in the province. Great course, meal, awards and crowds.   I will be bringing my Saskatoon running group to this one as long as Ted and the crew want to put it on!

Jason Warick, Saskatchewan marathon record holder and coach.

 

The Royal Road Race is the race I reference as a model on how to put on a great race experience.   Accurate course, great food, well organized, are some of reasons this race should be experienced by anyone interested in running. You will feel like royalty at this event.

Brian Michasiw,  Running Store Owner and 6 time Saskatchewan Marathon Winner