16th to the 17th of October 2015
The Best Free Event In The Running Year
Whether you are running in the race or not the exhibition is an opportunity that’s too good to miss for anyone interested in running and fitness. The 2015 Scotiabank Waterfront Marathon Exhibition will the biggest ever, the demand from exhibitors to present their latest products and services has been unprecedented. The major athletic brands will be present as are a multitude of other exhibitors showing and selling everything from socks to global navigation devices to the latest niche products and everything in-between. The show has more manufacturers, more international races, more charities, more running publications, more medical companies and the best selection of retailers you will ever see under one roof. There is plenty to engage beginner and the serious distance runner alike. So after registering and picking up your race packet, don't forget to allow plenty of time to look around the Exhibition, because you are bound to get seduced by the show. It offers an opportunity too good to miss, whether it's the Scotiabank Toronto Waterfront merchandise, the sports elite that will be on the expo stage, or just the urge to spend, spend, spend allow the time and you'll have a great experience.
Scotiabank Race Stage
Leave time to visit a seminar or running related entertainment in our theatre. From the opening press conference on Friday morning featuring all the race favourites and celebrities, See below for details (when available).
Free To Enter
Don't forget the show is Free to enter so feel free to bring your family and friends and tell all your running companions that even if they are not competing it's a great day out.
Now that your friends are thoroughly fed up with you constantly talking about running, come and share your experience with over thirty thousand like-minded people at the marathon running event of the year.
Directions and Parking
See Getting Here.
STWM 2015 Expo Speakers Series presented by Canadian Running magazine
All sessions introduced by Michael Doyle, editor, Canadian Running magazine.