Getting our sweat on at the fifth Harvest Half

Runners, volunteers, and spectators alike – everyone felt the heat.

The beautiful roads of Wellesley Township were of only modest comfort to runners on such a tough day. Congratulations to all!

Still to come later this week: finish line video and thousands of free photos. For now, check out our flickr site for a sneak peek album of 150 photos.
2018 Harvest Half Sneak Peek

Thanks to all donors and fundraisers for raising over $2,500 for the Kenyan Kids Foundation Canada, a Canadian-based charity that supports development in the Cherengany Region of Kenya. It is founded by Tarah Korir, a Wellesley, Ontario native, and Wesley Korir, a Kenyan Olympian.

Your winners today (click for full results):

Robert broke his own event record by three seconds, and Robyn set a new masters female record.

2 Comments

  • Sanju Gupta September 16, 2018 8:42 am

    Wow! Great arrangements, Plus Extraordinary and overwhelming work by all volunteers! They were so exciting and supportive. Therefore cheerful words were alike Oasis in desert on such a hot day. Love you. will definitely come back

    • runwaterloo September 18, 2018 9:48 pm

      Thanks for joining us, and for the feedback, Sanju!

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