Updated on July 14, 2017

Ringette Canada’s Senior and Junior National Teams will be on the ice for the World Ringette Championships in Mississauga, Ontario from November 27 to December 3, 2017.

A 5K Run/Walk will be held on October 7, 2017 in Calgary, Edmonton, Lacombe, Ottawa, London, Winnipeg, Montreal and Halifax. A 1K walk/ run is available for those under 10. Some locations are working with the Running Room to help to facilitate the event’s success.

All funds raised will go to all of our National Team athletes competing at the 2017 World Ringette Championships.

Senior Team Canada athletes come from the National Ringette League and we have three of these players currently on the roster of the NRL Gloucester Devils (Alison Biewald, Jasmine LeBlanc and Kaitlyn Youldon, shown in the banner above). It is an honour and privilege for these athletes to represent Canada at the premier ringette event – the 2017 World Ringette Championships held in Mississauga. However, these athletes must bear the financial burden, as funds are limited.

The Youldon Group in partnership with Murray Pettem, a long-time ringette coach and builder from Calgary, and Ringette Canada is a proud and active sponsor and host of this fun event.

Local ringette associations should encourage their teams to attend. Coaches – use it as a  team building event.

Location:  Experimental Farm, Ottawa

Date:  Saturday October 7, 2017

Start Time:  9:00 a.m.

Length:  5 kilometre Run or Walk and a 1 kilometre event for children 10 and under.

Cost:  $20/participant

T-Shirt Option:  $20

Option of Run and T-Shirt:  $35


About the Venue

We would like to acknowledge and thank the Canada Agriculture and Food Museum for their support on runs at the Experimental Farm. To learn more about the Museum and all their great programs, please visit their website. You can also follow them on Twitter @agmuseum

Team Canada ROAD to Worlds Run in conjunction with the Run Ottawa 5KM Race Series


Look for the signs that will direct you to the parking areas within the Central Experimental Farm.  There is no charge to park and the lots are fairly close to the registration area.

Location, Location, Location

Canada Agriculture and Food Museum on the Central Experimental Farm (Maple Drive). Enter via Prince of Wales Drive on the west side of the traffic circle or Fisher Avenue and Island Park Drive.

Washrooms are located in Building 85, next to the ‘dairy barn.’

Water will be available on-site.

The Route Map

Click here to see the 5 k course which follows the roads of the Central Experimental Farm and has two loops.


This event is self-timed, aided by a digital clock at the finish line.

Random draws will be held afterwards in place of medals.

Want to Volunteer?

Volunteers are always welcome! You can assist in the assembly and disassembly of the course, and still participate in the race. To find out more about volunteering, complete the Youldon Group contact form.

Medical Services

All medical services for this event is provided by St. John Ambulance.

Have a Question?

Click here and go to our on-line form that you can use to send your note.

Register for the Event

Click here to register and pay, which is done through the Running Room. (tip: pick your registering option and click on “Register Now.” If you do NOT have a Running Room Account, click “Continue.”

How to Train to Run the 5k Event

Click here to access our special Youldon Group 5k training program that will provide training guidelines and a day by day program to follow leading up to the big 5k race on Saturday, October 7th.

Click here to find out more about Team Canada (Ringette)

Click here to read about the 2017 World Ringette Championships.

Click here to find out more about the National Ringette League and upcoming games in your area.