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NO TELY 10 AT ALL THIS YEAR ITS CANCELLED

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The NLAA has made it official this year’s what would have been the 93rd Tely Ten Road race has been officially cancelled.

The NLAA had hoped to have the event in November but the decision has been made not to hold the race which attracts thousands of walkers and runners each year. 

The NLAA statement says “ Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, the 93rd Tely 10 Mile Road Race, scheduled for November 1, 2020, is cancelled. The next edition of the race will be on July 25, 2021, or when the public health guidelines allow us to hold an in-person race.

To keep the spirit of the event alive, we are introducing our 1st Virtual Tely 10: #StayHomeTely2020.

#StayHomeTely2020 will offer four virtual challenges expanding on the traditional in-person 10-mile event to include shorter and longer distances.

#StayHomeTely2020 challenges include an opportunity for kids to participate, and runners who enjoy longer endurance events.

#StayHomeTely2020 will allow participants to run or walk at their own pace, anytime and “anyplace! Participants can choose their start and finish lines, and as there is no designated course, they can be active on a treadmill or a neighbourhood street. As the times and distance covered is based on an honour system, there is no finishing order, and there are no placing awards.”

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