As a member of the pace team for the Servus Calgary Marathon, you’ll play a crucial role in helping runners achieve their goals. Here are just a few reasons why you should consider volunteering for the Pace Team on May 28th:
- Support runners: As a Pace Team member, you’ll have the opportunity to support runners throughout all the event on marathon weekend and help them stay on track to achieve their desired time. You’ll be a mentor, coach, and motivator, all rolled into one.
- Enhance your own running skills: Volunteering on the Pace Team will allow you to improve your own running skills and learn from experienced runners. You’ll have the chance to run with different people and learn new techniques, strategies, and training methods.
- Be a part of a team: The Pace Team is a close-knit group of runners who work together to support and encourage each other. You’ll have the chance to be a part of this supportive and collaborative team and make new friends along the way.
- Contribute to the success of the Servus Calgary Marathon: The Pace Team plays a vital role in the success of the Servus Calgary Marathon. As a member, you’ll have the chance to contribute to the event and make a positive impact on the running community.
Volunteering on the Pace Team for the Servus Calgary Marathon is a rewarding and enriching experience that allows you to support runners, enhance your own running skills, be a part of a team, and contribute to the success of the event. Whether you’re a seasoned runner or just starting out, the pace team is a great way to get involved and make a difference.
Applications to join the Pace Team are open until January 23rd at 11:59pm MT. You can find the application on our website here. We are looking for pacers for all distances: 5 km, 10 km, 21.1 km, 42.2 km and 50 km.