The Saskatoon Road Runners Association
The Saskatoon Road Runners Association is a non-profit organization, which began in the mid-1970’s, at the height of the nation-wide fitness awareness program: “ParticipAction”. The SRRA has a proud history of organizing first-rate events, including one of the longest running marathons in Canada: the Saskatchewan Marathon.
The SRRA exists to ensure that the citizens of Saskatoon and area, and visitors:
- have available a number of running events throughout the year, organized by the SRRA;
- can attend workshops,weekly training sessions, clinics and social events offered by the SRRA; and
- are kept aware of other local and regional events (offered by groups other than the SRRA).
The SRRA relies strictly on volunteers to keep the association’s activities going, whether it’s the SRRA’s executive, elected yearly at the Annual General Meeting or the volunteer acting as a road marshal for a few hours during one of our road races. All of our volunteers and members are critical to the association’s existence. Your involvement as a member and volunteer is encouraged and appreciated.
The Saskatoon Road Runners Association hosts 9 races through out the year. They vary from fun runs, ski/run event, trail races, road races, ultra distance, on track prediction mile and the premiere event the SASKATCHEWAN MARATHON.
We also offer to our members workshops, clinics, weekly training groups, fun cross training group workouts and social events.
Do you have a race you want to advertise? We can help spread the word. Let us know and we will add it to the race schedule.
Our emphasis is to get as many people active as possible. Healthy bodies and healthy minds.
“We may run a lot of miles, but it is important to take our friends with us along the way.
The road will be a sweeter path”