Great news racers – race photos are now available to download! Thanks once again to brockit for making this happen, especially for tagging all of the photos so that racers can simply type in their bib number and see all the photos of them! Reminder, these photos are free to download.
Congratulations and thanks to everyone who participated in the event! We posted a recap of the winners here, but we also want to be sure and thank the hundreds of volunteers who made this happen. The 100+ people who worked the road crossings, helped at the water stations, aided with radio communications and much, much more are amazing people!
Below you’ll find some helpful links recapping the 42nd annual Canal Run.
Bib-Tagged Photos – CLICK HERE
More than 3,000 photos were taken by our good friends at Brockit, Inc., and the photos are tagged based on your race bib number! Simply search for your bib number in the search box, and magically you’ll see all of the photos of YOU! These are available, in high resolution, to download free.
Media Coverage of Canal Run 2017
- Eles, McCloud repeat as winners at biggest Canal Run ever – Daily Mining Gazette
- Activities still going at the Canal Run Expo in Hancock – UpperMichigansSource.com
- 1st Place, 1st Run: Michigan Tech runner wins 42nd Canal Run – Daily Mining Gazette
- I did it: The Canal Run – A personal recap of the Canal Run from DMG Sports Editor Bryce Derouin
More from Canal Run 2017
Survey – CLICK HERE
We’re always looking to improve the Canal Run in future years. Please fill out our survey to help us make the improvements you need to keep you coming back.
Results – CLICK HERE
Check out all of the results from this year’s event. One cool feature you might not be aware of is a video of YOU crossing the finish line. Simply click your name in the results list, and then click the video button to see the video of you crossing the finish line.
Canal Run Gives Back – CLICK HERE
Every year we take our proceeds and donate them back to non-profit organizations in the four-county area. Click the link above to find out how your favorite non-profit organization can receive funds from the Canal Run.