Please see Chip time vs. Gun time
Note: Winners of the Overall Open and Overall Masters category are not eligible for the age group category prizing.
Don't just win your prize, claim it! Participants have 30 days to claim any prizes. Awards can be picked up after the event at Canada Running Series Inc., 264 The Esplanade, Toronto. Please email or call ahead to let us know when you plan to pick up your award: or 416-944-2765 x504. Awards will not be mailed out after the event.
View your photos, stats and results here, and download your Finisher's Certificate.
Look out also for your race video in HD and MyPace; your animated race record, showing how you ran on the day against others and integrating your photos and video with a range of personal race statistics.
Order digital images and you'll be able to push them straight to Facebook.
There is a range of personalised products including a Photo Certificate or Race Time Photo.
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ChampionChip timed results for each race will be posted on our website shortly after the last runner crosses the Finish line. Participants will have until 12 noon local time on the Monday following each race to appeal any result. This must be done in writing to .
Final, official results will then be posted by 5pm local time on the Wednesday following [2 days later]. At that time, all results will be Official and FINAL.
Updated Canada Running Series points Standings will then be posted on the Thursday following the race and announcement of Final Results, by noon. Individuals will then have 7 days to appeal any points Standings, in writing, to , after which time Points Standings will become Official and FINAL.
Gun Time is the official time.
All awards are based on GUN TIME — the time from the start of the race (gun) to when you cross the finish line as per IAAF, Athletics Canada, USATF, AIMS and International Awards standards.
Excerpt from the IAAF Road Race Handbook — Pg 196 RULE 240
Note: For road races and road walking events, the official time will be the time elapsed between the start gun and the athlete reaching the finish line. However, if an athlete crosses the start line after the start gun, his time elapsed between the start and finish line can be made known to the athlete but will not be considered as official time. The order in which athletes reach the finish line will be considered as the official finish position. 196 RULE 240
The Chip timing is provided for personal interest.
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Artwork by the late Kevin Hayes, a member of Longboat Roadrunners, who did most of our entry form and t-shirt designs in the '90s.
(as of March 21, 2011)
Toronto Half Marathon performances are in bold red
Men: 1:01:28 Jeff Schiebler 15 Jan 1999 Tokyo JPN 1:02:08 Simon Bairu 19 Sep 2010 Philadelphia PA USA 1:02:14 Dylan Wykes 20 Mar 2011 New York NY USA 1:02:30 Peter Maher 14 Oct 1990 Toronto ON CAN 1:02:44 Reid Coolsaet 20 Mar 2011 New York NY USA 1:03:02 Dennis Stark 10 Dec 1983 Orlando FL USA 1:03:21 Gary Westgate 22 Sep 1991 Toronto ON CAN 1:03:27 Carey Nelson 24 Sep 1995 Toronto ON CAN 1:03:35 Steve Boyd 22 Sep 1991 Toronto ON CAN 1:03:36a Jon Brown 05 Oct 2008 South Shields ENG * Brown ran 1:01:49a in 1997 prior to becoming Canadian. Women: 1:12:09 Tara Quinn-Smith 19 Apr 2009 Montreal QC CAN 1:12:27 Danuta Bartoszek 24 Sep 1995 Toronto ON CAN 1:12:29 Carole Rouillard 05 Dec 1987 Orlando FL USA 1:12:45 May Allison 25 Sep 1994 Toronto ON CAN 1:12:47 Tina Connelly 08 Feb 2004 Vancouver BC CAN 1:12:50 Nancy Tinari 30 Nov 1991 Seattle WA USA 1:12:54a Nicole Stevenson 22 Jun 2003 Vancouver BC CAN 1:13:08 Jacqueline Gareau 29 Jul 1989 Quebec PQ CAN 1:13:15 Lioudmila Kortchaguina 01 Oct 2005 Edmonton AB CAN 1:13:33 Isabelle Ledroit 04 Feb 2001 Las Vegas NV USA