SwimRun Edmonton

Race Information



Sunday, July 28, 2024

Thank you to all the racers, volunteers, and spectators that came out to watch! We are working hard to get the course markings cleaned up. Stay tuned for 2024!

Welcome to the sixth annual SwimRun Edmonton!

SwimRun is a new, and fast growing endurance sport. Participants race across multiple stages of swimming and running and is typically done working together in two person teams.

The race courses highlight all of the beauty and the challenge that the Edmonton river valley has to offer. 

Come try out SwimRun with the first race of it's kind in northern Alberta. We have two race distances, with divisions for male, female, and mixed teams, as well as the option to do it solo. If you'd like to try a team, but don't know anyone who would want to do this with you, we can help play matchmaker!

Start looking for a partner, and sign up for 2024!


SwimRun Edmonton acknowledges that it uses lands of the Treaty 6 territory, the traditional lands of First Nations and Métis people.

Edmonton is and has been home to a diverse range of Indigenous nations and peoples, including the Cree, Blackfoot, Métis, Nakota Sioux, Iroquois, Dene, Ojibway / Saulteaux / Anishinaabe, Tsuutʼina, Inuit, and many others.

Since time immemorial, Edmonton has been a meeting place for a diverse range of Indigenous peoples, who have enriched this land with their histories, languages, and cultures. Non-Indigenous people have benefitted from the presence of Indigenous nations and people on this land through their generosity, hospitality, and knowledge.

SwimRun Edmonton is a proud supporter of Tree Canada. 2 trees will be planted for each race registrant. To learn more about Tree Canada, follow the link below!