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Lindsay Milk Run

The Kawartha Lakes Parks and Recreation Division is excited to announce the return of the Lindsay Milk Run 5K/10K on Sunday July 17, 2022.

Please note, the 2022 event will not include a half marathon division.

Event Details

Event Date: Sunday July 17, 2022

Start times: 10K - 8am and 5K -8:20am

Location: Lindsay Recreation Complex - 133 Adelaide Street South, Lindsay, ON

Registration Fees

2022 Milk Run Registration Fees
DivisionFee
5K - Pre-registration (up until 4pm on Wednesday July 13) $37
5K - Race Day (space permitting) $52
10K - Pre-registration (up until 4pm on Wednesday July 13) $42
10K - Race Day (space permitting) $52

Registration fees include: finisher medal, race t-shirt and post race refreshments.

In person Race Day registration will be available on Sunday July 17, 2022 from 6:30am to 7:30am (space permitting). Cash or cheque payment only.

Please note: Entry fees are non-refundable and non-transferable, no exceptions.

Register

Registration for the Lindsay Milk Run will begin on Thursday, March 31, 2022.

Registration will take place exclusively online through the Race Roster website as well as through the Kawartha Lakes Online Program Registration website:

Register through the Race Roster website

Register through the Kawartha Lakes Online Program Registration website

5K/10K Team Divisions

Prizes will be awarded for the fastest 10K and 5K teams overall, calculated by the average of all team members.

  • Each team competes either in the full 10K or full 5K course, all team members must be entered in the same distance.
  • Teams must consist of a minimum of 4 participants and a maximum of 12.
  • Team members are eligible for individual awards as well.

Team registration deadline is Wednesday July 13, 2022 at 4:30pm. After this time, no changes or additions to teams will take place. Sorry, no exceptions.

Route Maps, Course Descriptions & Race Records

Route Maps:

2022 Milk Run route map

Download a copy of the 2022 Lindsay Milk Run 5K/10K route map.

Course Descriptions:

Milk Run 10K Division

Participants will travel throughout mainly residential streets in the Town of Lindsay, connecting with with Victoria Rail Trail for a distance, connecting with the 5K division route before ending the race at the Lindsay Recreation Complex.

Milk Run 5K Division

Participants will travel throughout mainly residential streets in the Town of Lindsay, connecting with the 10K division route before ending the race at the Lindsay Recreation Complex.

Race Records:

10K Men's Record: Jerry Kooymans 29:10 - 1981

10K Women's Record:Theresa Lau 32:56 - 2000

5K Men's Record: Steve Hosier 15:33 - 2009

5K Women's Record: Katelyn Murphy 18:06 - 2016

Race T-Shirts

Registration fee includes a free race t-shirt.

The first 150 pre-registered participants will receive a free Technical race t-shirt. After the 150 mark, participants will receive a cotton blend race t-shirt. T-shirt sizing cannot be reserved in advance and are on a first come first serve basis in terms of sizing availability.

Early Bib Pick Up

Details coming soon...

Frequently Asked Questions

See below for a list of frequently asked questions, should you have any additional questions contact the Race Director.

Are strollers permitted on the route?
Yes, we permit strollers on the route. We ask that all participants with strollers stay to the back of the start line and be mindful of other participants.

Why is the event called the 'Milk Run'?

Our event adopted the name 'Milk Run' due to our longstanding event partnership with local dairy producers.
Can you choose your T-Shirt size?
No, t-shirt sizing cannot be reserved. Sizing will be on a first come, first serve basis. For best selection it is advised that participants take part in early bib pick up or arrive early on race day.
Can walkers participate in the event?
Yes! we welcome participants of all levels. Participants who are walking the route are reminded that the route is closed for 90 minutes; after which time we ask that any remaining participants on the route take to the sidewalk and proceed with caution obeying the rules of the road.
How long is the route closed for?
The route is closed for 90 minutes; after which time we ask that any remaining participants on the route take to the sidewalk and proceed with caution obeying the rules of the road.

Volunteer Opportunities

Volunteers are needed to assist with this great community tradition, Volunteers are required for the following duties:
  • Registration/Pre-registration
  • Set up/tear down
  • Course marshalls
  • Route attendants
  • Water Stations
  • Food Station
  • Traffic Controllers

Complete a Volunteer Application Form online

Sponsors

Thank you to our 2022 event sponsors:

Additional sponsor details coming soon...

Sponsorship Opportunities

A huge part of the success of our event relies on the support of our generous sponsors and community partners.

To find out more about sponsorship opportunities and how to get involved in this community tradition contact Courtney Boyd, Lindsay Milk Run Race Director by calling 705-324-9411 extension or via e-mail.

For questions regarding the Lindsay Milk Run, e-mail the Race Director, Courtney Boyd or call 705-324-9411 extension 1306.

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