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Canada Army Run: “No ordinary runners. No ordinary race.”

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Canada Army Run: “No ordinary runners. No ordinary race.”

Congratulations to the DEW participants that ran the 5K and half marathon in the 2012 Canada Army Run on Sunday, September 23. Lots of training, sweat and dedication was endured to prepare for this year’s run. Canada Army Run is unlike any other event in the country. From its inaugural year of 7,000 participants the run has exceeded all expectations and set a record number of 18,000 participants this year. It has become the fastest growing run in Canada and we look forward to next year’s event. For more information on the annual Army Run event please visit http://www.armyrun.ca

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