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One of the toughest 10K road races in Canada!

Gabriola Island, BC
Walk/Run Event

Sunday August 6, 2017

Start time: 10:30am

SAVE THE DATE:
Next Year’s event will be held on August 5, 2018 at 10:30am

Thank you to all the wonderful sponsors, volunteers, runners and spectators who came out to this year’s very successful run. It was a fantastic run with people coming from all around the world to participate. Not only did all the runners complete the run but records for fastest Overall male and female times were set. Congratulations to all athletes, it was a tougher race this year but you can now proudly call yourselves “Beast Slayers”.

2017 Race Results

POSITION TIME NAME BIB# GENDER
1 35:09 Shelby Drope 5315 M
2 39:02 Dayton Bath 5301 M
3 39:20 Melissa Ross 5316 F
4 41:44 Alex Dadame 5324 M
5 42:53 Chris Walsh 1164 M

View the full Results list.

Finish medal for the Brickyard Beast Road Race

The Brickyard Beast is a 10k Walk/Run. This event is an out-and-back loop over paved roadway that passes through lush forest teeming with wildlife. The course also includes the gruelling hill known as “the Beast”, and those tough enough to finish will qualify for bragging rights as a Beast Slayer.

Runners and spectators alike will enjoy the lighter features of this event, from the infamous Kid-Zone, guaranteed to cool down runners, to post-run festivities including music, prizes and awards.

Timing chips will ensure quick and accurate results and the award ceremony, starting at 12 noon will include pre-drawn prizes for those wanting to get away early.

Gabriola Island is a small island in the Strait or Georgia, about 20 minutes by ferry from Nanaimo, BC on Vancouver Island. While it boasts a thriving community of 4,000 with a full range of services from shopping centres to gas stations, art galleries, pubs and restaurants, there are no large towns and residents are known for their small town, laid-back friendliness.

Deer and eagles are abundant in the rainforest while unique sandstone rock formations and marine life such as otters, seals, orcas and humpback whales are often seen from the many public beaches and parks.

A full range of accommodations, including motels, B&Bs and camping are available but in high demand during the summer months making early reservations a must. More accommodation options are available in Nanaimo with a quick commute possible the morning of the event.

More information about Gabriola island, including directions and ferry schedules is available on the Route and Info page.

COME AND SLAY THE BEAST!

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