Learn to Run with HIM and VFR

Are you a gay male looking to gradually build up your fitness and confidence levels to be able to comfortably run 5km’s? Well now is the time to pull out those trainers and join us. Collaborating with Vancouver Frontrunners, Health Initiative for Men (HIM) are offering a FREE 10 week learn to run program open to gay guys of all fitness levels, age and sizes commencing on September the 8th. Get yourself registered by emailing register@checkhimout.ca or calling 604-488-1001.
While this program is for men only, Vancouver Frontrunners welcomes anyone of any gender to join us. Just use the Contact Us page and we’ll be sure to reach out to you.
Click the image below for the full brochure!

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Pride Run & Walk Photos

Our 10th Annual Pride Run & Walk was a HUGE success.

Check out the photos from this years event: http://vancouverfrontrunners.org/2014-pride-run-walk/2014-results-and-photos/


What an absolute blast yesterday was? With more race participants than last year, gorgeous weather and an all around fabulous morning, we’re proud to say that this was one of our busiest events to date.

While we are still crunching numbers, collating photos and getting everything together, please find the race results for the 5k, 10k and team categories by visiting: http://www.startlinetiming.com/races/2014/pride/

Photos will hopefully be posted within the next few days, so be sure to check back here to see them all!


Pride Run & Walk 2014 – The Important Stuff

In the event we somehow missed you on our email, please be sure to familiarize yourself with the days agenda by reading the online version of our email by clicking on this link: http://eepurl.com/Znm3H

If you have signed up for Pride Run, and don’t feel you’re getting our emails, let us know by using the form on our Contact Us page and we’ll ensure you’re getting all of our communications!

Pride Run and Walk 2014

Christy Clark on Pride Run & Walk

File 154British Columbia Premier incumbent, Christy Clark welcomes all participants to this years 10th annual Pride Run & Walk event.

Christy Clark thanks everyone for doing their part in ensuring friends, family and neighbors feel safe, secure and are treated with dignity and respect through building an inclusive society.

Read the letter by clicking here: Christy Clark on Pride Run & Walk.

Vancouver Weekly Features Pride Run

Vancouver Weekly has a well wriVancouver Weeklytten and interesting read about the Pride Run & Walk for 2014 with comments by Race Director, Greg Ambrosi. It’s great to see that we’re able to make some headlines with the introduction of our 3rd gender category, “Gender Variant” and we certainly do hope that we’re setting a precedent for future race events.

Find the article here: http://vancouverweekly.com/pride-run-walk-raising-awareness-one-step-time

It’s worth the read!



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