Welcome and thank you for your interest in the Third Annual Fort Garry Rotary Half Marathon, in support of Winnipeg Harvest. It is our goal every year to have a great race promoting healthy living and raise funds for a worthwhile cause.

This year, the annual event is scheduled for September 21, 2014. In addition to raising funds for the Winnipeg Harvest and other Rotary sponsored community projects, we hope it will provide an opportunity to the runners to test the results of their summer training, try for personal bests and a practice run for those running half or full marathons in the fall and winter.

Run to Stop


Harvest is a non-profit, community based organization that is a food distribution and training centre. Our goals are to collect and share surplus food with people who are hungry and to offer training opportunities to help people step up and out of poverty. Our ultimate goal is to eliminate the need for food banks in our community.

For more information about Winnipeg Harvest, visit www.winnipegharvest.org


Winnipeg Harvest


The race course is certified and is an out and back course, marked with mile markers at every mile and with kilometer markings at 5, 10 and 15 KM marks. The race course is well marked with directional and other information signs. There are also racecourse marshals and volunteers all along the course for guidance. These volunteers will be wearing yellow volunteer t-shirts and are easily identifiable.

Race Kit Pick Up is Saturday September 20 10am-4pm at Running Room Kenaston/Grant. 1875 Grant avenue

For more information, download a Runners Guide


Age Group Results - Click here

Overall Results - Click here



From the start line near the Duck Pond Shelter at St. Vital Park, runners will run on Parameter Road to the exit gate of the park, turn south on River Road to just before Bishop Grandin, turn right and follow the bike path to the Red River leading to south side of Bishop Grandin. Make the loop to follow the path over the bridge to the west side of the Red River to Darcy Drive and to Thatcher Drive leading to University Crescent, turn left on University Crescent and left again on Sifton Road. Follow Sifton to Saunders, Freedman and turn left on Kings Drive and right to Kilkenny Drive to the Perimeter Highway. At this point cross over to the bike path going west along Cloutier Drive to the turnaround point, make a slight left from the bike path to the left lane of Cloutier Drive and retrace the course back to the park.







2013 Sponsors

Platinum Sponsors


Silver Sponsors

Maple Leaf Construction Ltd
Thomas Design Builders

Aid Station Sponsors

Blackwood Wealth Planning
Gallagher Group
Shippam & Associates Inc.

Nourishment Sponsors

Ambassador Mechanical Corp
Building Products & Concrete Supply LP

Water Station Sponsors

C&T Rentals
Madsen Electric


Running Room
Manitoba Runners' Association
Holiday Inn South Winnipeg
6P Marketing
Winnipeg Harvest



See levels in brochure





· 3 Year commitment of $15,000 per year
· Only Name/Logo on runner bibs (500)
· Only name/logo on Technical Long Sleeve T-Shirt
· Large Banner at Start/Finish
· Recognition in all PSA’s and Print Materical





· 1 Year commitment of $5,000
· Large Banner at Start/Finish
· Recognition in all PSA’s and Print Materical





· These sponsors will cover the cost of all food
· Beverages for the recovery area Post-Race
· Large Banner at Start/Finish
· Recognition in all PSA’s and Print Materical





· These sponsors will cover the cost of all beverages/nutrition
· Large banner leading to aid station
· Large banner leading at your aid station
· Recognition in all PSA’s and Print Materical



Patrick O'Connor
Phone: 204-480-9444
email: Patrick@blackwoodwp.com



Thank you for all of 2012 and 2013 sponsors and participants. Everyone made the two years a huge success and we look forward to building on that success in 2014 and beyond.

If you were unable to attend in the past, but want to see what you missed, check out our photo gallery.


Rotary International

Rotary is an organization of business and professional leaders united worldwide, who provide humanitarian service, encourage high ethical standards in all vocations, and help to build goodwill and peace in the world. There are approximately 1.2 million Rotarian members, in more than 29,000 clubs in 162 countries. Founded by Paul Harris, a young lawyer from Chicago, on February 25, 1905. This average club size is approximately 45 members. The object of Rotary is to encourage and foster the ideal of service as a worthy enterprise, at the same time encouraging and fostering the following four avenues of service, around which club activities are carried out. Fort Garry Rotary Club

At the Fort Garry Rotary Club we pride ourselves on our ability to create an atmosphere of fun and fellowship while maintaining a commitment to local and international communities. With the help of our families and friends, our goal is to reach beyond our neighborhood and to better understand the people we serve and to make contributions that change our lives and those of the people we meet.