Mississauga Marathon – 2013

Mississauga Marathon

Marathon Date and Time

Sunday, May 5th, 2013
7:30 AM

Race Kit

Participants must pick up their race kits, which includes their bib numbers, shirts and chip, at the Runners Expo. There will be NO race kit pick up on Sunday, May 5th. Please make note of your confirmation number and bring that number to the kit pick-up.

When:
Friday, May 3rd, 2013 (11:00 AM – 8:00 PM)
Saturday May 4th, 2013 (10:00 AM – 5:00 PM)

Where:
Port Credit Memorial Arena
40 Stavebank Road North

Start Line and Finish Line

Start Line: East side of Square One Mall at City Centre Drive and Robert Speck Parkway.
Finish Line: Lakefront Promenade Park

Directions and Parking

Shuttle bus provided from Cawthra Community Centre (1399 Cawthra Road) to the Start Area at 5:45 AM.

START AREA
Parking lots located near the start line are yet to be determined. Your best method is to use our FREE shuttle bus service.

FINISH AREA
Runners and spectators can park at Cawthra Community Centre and use the shuttle service from finish line back to Cawthra Community Centre after the race has concluded.

Course Information

The Mississauga Marathon is a run that encompasses much of Mississauga’s beauty. This point to point course is a fast net downhill. The course starts at Mississauga’s City Hall, and makes its way west across the Credit River to Mississauga Road and then travels south for a beautiful stretch past the University of Toronto’s Mississauga Campus, Mississauga Golf and Country Club, and continues through some of Mississauga’s most beautiful residential neighbourhoods, before winding along the scenic Lake Ontario Waterfront Trail, and back along Lakeshore Rd. to Lakefront Promenade Park.

  • Aid Stations at approximately every 2km mark
  • Fluids at all stations: Gatorade and water
  • Other aid at stations: Vaseline, bandages
  • Gels at 24km, 34km and 38km

Please Note: The Mississauga Marathon course will be open for 6.5 hours this May 6th 2012 A rolling clear will occur at the rate of slightly over 9 minutes/ kilometre (14:30 min/mile). Participants moving slower than this pace will be asked by Police to move onto the sidewalk and proceed to the finish line obeying regular pedestrian road rules.