Registration for 2018 SeaWheeze Half Marathon Opens January 25

Seawheeze Vancouver 2018

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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

Limited Edition Lululemon Beer Only Available this Summer

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Image courtesy of Stanley Park Brewery

Vancouver-based brand Lululemon may be better known for its yoga pants, but this summer the company has announced that it will be teaming up with Stanley Park Brewing to release a new, limited-edition craft beer!

The beer, named Curiosity Lager, will give partial proceeds from all sales to benefit the Stanley Park Ecology Society. There will only be 88,000 cans of the new Lululemon beer made, so it could become a collector’s item pretty quickly.

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Limited Edition Lululemon Beer Only Available this Summer

Train for the lululemon SeaWheeze: Vancouver’s newest half-marathon, Aug. 11

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Avid runners know that Vancouver is home to one of the world’s largest 10K events, the annual Sun Run every spring.  We’ve also got the BMO Vancouver Marathon in May, the second-largest marathon in Canada.   Now, here comes another challenge for the fleet-footed.

This Aug. 11 will mark the inaugural running of the SeaWheeze, the city’s newest half-marathon.  Organized by none other than yoga-wear icons lululemon, Seawheeze winds for approximately 13 miles (21.1 kilometres) through some of Vancouver’s most picturesque neighborhoods, into parks and along the coast.

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Train for the lululemon SeaWheeze: Vancouver’s newest half-marathon, Aug. 11