Registration for 2018 SeaWheeze Half Marathon Opens January 25

Seawheeze Vancouver 2018

Image courtesy of The SeaWheeze™ lululemon Half Marathon

The Lululemon SeaWheeze Half Marathon isn’t your average run. In fact, it may just be the most beautiful and ridiculously fun half marathon in the world! This September, over 10,000 runners will descend on Vancouver to sweat it out over a weekend of yoga, running, and one heck of an after party!

Registration for the SeaWheeze 2018 half marathon opens months in advance and typically sells out in minutes (sometimes seconds!) So, if you’re planning on registering for the seventh annual SeaWheeze Half Marathon taking place in September 2018, we’ve detailed all the information you need to know below!

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Registration for 2018 SeaWheeze Half Marathon Opens January 25

Things to Do in Vancouver this Weekend: August 10, 2017

This Saturday is the peak of the annual Perseids meteor shower, so be sure to look up at the night sky in between all of the festivals this weekend, including the multi-faceted Queer Film Festival, giant neighbourhood art at the Mural Festival, and lululaemon’s huge seaside yoga marathon and party; Sea Wheeze.


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Things to Do in Vancouver this Weekend: August 10, 2017

Are You a Runner?

Photo credit: The SeaWheeze lululemon Half Marathon

Photo credit: The SeaWheeze lululemon Half Marathon

The following article was written by Andrea Ma

What is the distinction between a “runner” and somebody who runs? I can move my legs at an acceptable pace, but I don’t run in races. Does that still make me a runner? When I was given the opportunity to run in a sold out, globally recognized half marathon, also known as #SeaWheeze, the thought of not being a “runner” almost made me say no. The key word is almost.

I began my quest by researching the existing running culture in Vancouver. Let me say, there is no shortage of Vancouverites moving their feet on the seawall. For those unfamiliar with Vancouver’s seawall, it’s a 22 kilometer breathtaking oceanfront sidewalk wrapping around the downtown core of Vancouver and beyond.

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Are You a Runner?

Lululemon SeaWheeze Half-Marathon is Back This Saturday

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The Lululemon SeaWheeze half-marathon is back this Saturday for its second year. The event, organised by yoga apparel company Lululemon, is billed as not just a run, but a “fun-filled weekend you won’t forget.” The two-day festival consists of running, yoga, music, and more.

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Lululemon SeaWheeze Half-Marathon is Back This Saturday

10 Free Things To Do in Vancouver in August

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It’s the last month of summer: the glory days when beach-bronzed Vancouverites want to stay outside and take advantage of the sunny weather and all the fun that’s happening about town.

Many of us have already used our entertainment budget on a summer getaway. But no matter. If you know where to look, outdoor summer fun is free to attend.

From sunset yoga to water parks and the annual Vancouver Chinatown Festival, here are ten free things to get involved in this weekend, and the remaining days of August.

10 Free Things To Do in Vancouver in August

1) KitsFest Sports and Wellness Festival, Kitsilano Beach, August 10-12
KitsFest is a free, family-friendly, beachfront version of the Summer Olympics. Cheer as BC adults and kids compete in beach tennis, volleyball and basketball. The Kids’ Zone features an obstacle course, face painting and a vintage VPD police car. Adults can expect DJs and onsite catering from Boathouse, Chronic Tacos and more, in addition to the sweaty showdown.

2) 13th Annual Vancouver Chinatown Festival, Columbia & Keefer Street, August 11-12
Perhaps you already know how to train a dragon. Here’s how to greet one: “Hello Dragon, Ni Hao.” This salutation also happens to be the theme of the 13th annual Vancouver Chinatown Festival that takes place in Chinatown at Columbia and Keefer Street. Continue reading:
10 Free Things To Do in Vancouver in August