RunNB Provincial Championships

RunNB established the Championship program to encourage runners to participate in varied races et crown a champion in each of the 5 distances: marathon, half marathon, 10km, 5 miles et 5 km. The first man and first woman to cross the finish line in each race will be declared the winners of the provincial championship.

Virtual Trophy

Names of winners are placed on the Virtual Trophies.

2023 Schedule of Championship Races

Event Distance City Date
August Run for Renee 5k 5km Quispamsis August 20th, 2023
43rd Edition St Andrews Father's Day 5 Miler (45th Anniversay) 5 Miles St Andrews June 18th, 2023
Dam Run 10km Perth-Andover October 7th, 2023
Legs for Literacy - presented by Medavie Half Marathon Moncton October 22nd, 2023
45th Annual Stewart McKelvey Fredericton Marathon Marathon Fredericton May 12th, 2023

New in 2023






Fredericton Marathon

Fredericton NB


May 14

Provicial Championship & SuperSeries

St Andrews 5 Miler

St Andrews NB


June 18

Provicial Championship & SuperSeries

Run For Renee

Quispamsis NB


August 20

Provicial Championship & SuperSeries

Dam Run

Perth Andover NB


October 7

Provicial Championship & SuperSeries

Legs For Literacy

Moncton NB


October 22

Provicial Championship & SuperSeries

  • Residence is no longer a factor to consider. All runners registered can be crowned champion of this program, no matter where he or she lives.

  • RunNB will award cash prizes to the first three positions in each of the provincial championship races, male and female. For 2023, lcash prizes are as follows :

    Male & Female Positions All Distances
    1rst $125
    2nd $100
    3rd $75

  • Prior to the race, the RunNB Treasurer will send to the race director of the Championship race a cheque for the amount of $600. The race director will be responsible to present the prizes to the winners on race day.
  • The first 3 positions, male and female, will also receive a medal from RunNB. The RunNB Executive Director will send the medals to the race directors prior to the race and the race director will present the medals to the winners on race day.

Criteria of a Championship race

The following criteria are compulsory for your race to be designated RunNB Championship:

  1. The course must be certified by Athletics Canada. You can consult the list of certified courses at

    For more information on the method of certifying your course, you can consult the Race Director’s Guide available here:

    Athletics Canada Certification is valid for 10 years. Should a course be changed in any way from one year to the next, it must be re-measured, and a new certification issued.

  2. RunNB will provide medals for the top three male and females of Championship races with Championship medals. RunNB will coordinate with the Race Director to send them the medals before the race.

  3. RunNB recommends that you consult its web site under Policies for a list of qualified measurers

  4. Day Fee on Policy Page link: