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09/24/2016 Canadian Tire Brave T.O. Southeast

This is your chance to tackle the fiercest challenges faced by Toronto's police, paramedics, and firefighters — and help support life-saving care at The Scarborough Hospital. What can you expect? All our course obstacles are inspired by real-life physical challenges faced by first responders during training and on the street. Dummy-carry, ladder climb, and wall repel are just some examples of what you can expect. Who can participate? Anyone who's up for the challenge! Our 5 race waves offer something for everyone, from casual to competitive. Sign up as an individual or as a team – groups of 4+ and 8+ receive special discounts. Youth aged 9-17 race for free if they fundraise $100, and the same goes for adults who fundraise over $175.

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