Montreal Sporting Events
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Elite disabled athletes from across Canada and the world converge for this annual sporting event, which features competitions in basketball, para-cycling, rhythmic gymnastics, soccer, sledge hockey, swimming, fencing and more.
- Complexe Sportif Claude-Robillard Address: 1000 avenue Emile-Journault. Montreal QC CAN H2M 2E7
Encompassing three separate events, including the Tour de L'ile, the Tour la Nuit and the Metropolitan Challenge, this festival celebrates all things cycling by offering diverse road racing activities for enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels.
6KM, 18+Obstacles, 10,000 watt after-party. Mud Hero Ontario takes place at 550, Rang des Vingt-cinq Est,Saint-Bruno-de-Montarville,Quebec,
J3V 0G6. Mont Saint-Bruno overlooking Montreal It is the perfect Mud Hero venue with a wild mix of amazing trails, water, rolling terrain and
Who will love it: EVERYONE! Mud Hero makes getting messy fun again. With a course just for kids and 2 different terrains for adults, Mud Hero is more
about jumping in the mud than your finish time ;).
Attracting over 50,000 spectators and around 100 race teams from all across North America, this annual event features vibrant dragon boat races, a vendors village, children's activities and International food kiosks. Races and events occur at the Olympic Basin in Parc Jean-Drapeau.
- Parc Jean-Drapeau Address: 1, circuit Gilles-Villeneuve Montreal QC Canada H3C 1A9
Montreal's Scottish Festival celebrates the history and culture of the city's Scottish inhabitants. Festivities include heavyweight competitions such as caber-tossing, highland dancing, solo piping and pipe bands, drumming and more. Concessions and a beer garden will be set up on site.
Occurring over two days, this sporting event features a convergence of hundreds of in-line skaters competing in a relay-style 24-hour race. The charity fundraiser also features an array of family-friendly activities and scheduled events for participants.
The Jacques-Cartier Bridge vibrates under thousands of pairs of feet as the Montreal Marathon begins. The course winds through Montreal's neighbourhoods and historic areas before leading to a grand finish inside the Olympic Stadium. In addition to the 42.2-km marathon, there is a 21-km half marathon, and 10-km, 5-km and 1-km races. During the three days leading up to race day, a marathon expo is held at Place Bonaventure.