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The TC10K returns to downtown Victoria this April and it’s going to be 90s-themed


Dust off your best and brightest neon gear—the TC10K is nearly here!

The stage is set, and the countdown is on—the 35th iteration of the popular event will kick off on April 28th.

If you’re looking to step into a time machine and relive what was arguably the best decade ever at this legendary event in downtown Victoria, you can register online here.

Plus, if you register before January 31st, you can lock in your spot and take advantage of early bird pricing—prices will increase on February 1st!

The race will kick off at 8 a.m. on Sunday, April 28th and the TC10K route will begin at Government south of Superior Street, and the course will wind through downtown to Dallas Road finishing on Belleville Street.

Get ready to lace up those kicks, and immerse yourself in an era when mixtapes set the mood and pop culture icons ruled—all while pounding the pavement of downtown Victoria alongside thousands of other runners.

If you’re looking to lace’ em up for the TC10K, you have a few different options for registration—just keep in mind these early bird prices are only available until January 31st:

TC10K Individual – $55

Thrifty Foods Family Run – $20

TC10K Teams – $55

TC10K School Teams – $45

RunSport Clinics + TC10K Individual – $145

Your registration includes:

    • Exclusive TC10K Technical T-shirt (Men’s, Women’s & Youth sizing)
    • Post Race Snacks provided by Thrifty Foods
    • Timed race and results
    • Exclusive TC10K Finisher Medal
    • Water Stations provided by Peninsula Co-op

Don’t miss the chance to be part of this 90s comeback! It’s going to be all that and a bag of chips, whether you’re strolling, jogging, or sprinting.

RunSport’s TC10K

  • When: Sunday, April 28th – race begins at 8 a.m.
  • Where: Race begins at Government Street, south of Superior Street
  • To register: Register online here
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