Toronto BOLD and COLD 5k 2019

Please join us for our fourth annual BOLD and COLD 5k at Coronation Park! This event is in support of the Unbreakable Run Program for youth mental health in Toronto, and is open to any and all interested community members. This is a flat and fast out-and-back 5k along the Martin Goodman trail. The Start/Finish line is in Coronation Park.

Race kits are picked up the day of the event. Kit pick up begins promptly at 8 am. The guided warm up will begin at 9:15 am. The race starts at 9:30 am.

All participants receive an official Team Unbreakable winter hat, finishers medal, and breakfast.

Limited parking is available in Coronation Park. Parking options for the area surrounding Coronation Park can be found here :

Scotiabank Mississauga Marathon, Sept.18-20

Team Unbreakable is a CHARITY PARTNER of the 2020 Scotiabank Mississauga Marathon. This means you can sponsor the charity if you are registering AND join other Team Unbreakable runners to fundraise as a group!

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2020 Team Unbreakable’s Virtual 5K Run/Walk

Register now for Team Unbreakable’s Virtual 5K Run/Walk – June 21

Covid-19 calls for us to physical distance from one another, but at Team Unbreakable, we’ve created an event so you can still cross the finish line and take home the medal! We’ve created a “virtual 5K” so that on Sunday June 21 (Father’s Day) you can register and run or walk 5K wherever you live. Here’s where you can sign up, create a personal pledge page and encourage friends, family and schoolmates to sponsor you.

For registering, at the low cost of $10 for students and $20 for adults (and free for teacher team leads), you’ll receive a finisher’s certificate, button and medal, congratulations TU video, anda ‘virtual’ finisher’s shirt for your bulletin board. Not only that, you’ll be eligible for a draw for $100 worth of movie voucher!  The top fundraisers will receive matching SoYong backpacks and lunchboxes.

“We believe in positive mental health and by creating this event to replace our annual June runs in Toronto and Port Credit, we are encouraging our students and supporters to stay active.  Now, more than ever, it is important to realize the positive impact exercise can have on our mental health,” says Team Unbreakable Program Director Nils Blondon.

June 21 was chosen since it was the date of the original 5k run created by the charity’s founder, 15 years ago.  It is also a great way to surprise all father’s by showing how you can “go the distance” in maintaining your good health and raise money for a good cause, says Nils.

“We thank our supporters and sponsors, and volunteers for their efforts in putting together this event.  In particular we thank Bob Wordham, The Runner’s Academy and Catherine Choi of SoYoung