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Interested in the Canadian Death Race? It’s tough, but with the right training you can complete it.

I’ve run the CDR full solo 5 times (including a second place overall finish) and I have a 100% completion rate for my coached athletes.  Although I love running ultra’s, wandering in the mountains and keeping fit, I especially enjoy helping others succeed in races, events or adeventures by helping them see how much stronger they are than they think they are.

The plans below are based on my personal experience and the athletes I have coached. If you run this plan, barring injury or unforeseen circumstances, you will finish. If you don’t, give me a call and we will make sure that you do.

Are you wondering if you can do it? What plan you will need to do? If it will be too hard to start? Let’s talk. I’d be happy to help you figure this out. Email me at jeff@runningthenorth.com and we can schedule some time.  I want to make sure that you succeed, so included in these plans are a couple of phone calls. One to help you get started on the training plan and one to give you some information on the race or your leg.

Canadian Death Race Full Solo (30 week plan)

Canadian Death Race Full Solo (25 week plan)

Canadian Death Race Leg 1 – The Downtown Jaunt  (12 week plan)

Canadian Death Race Leg 2 –  Flood & Grande Mountain Slugfest (16 week plan)

Canadian Death Race Leg 3 –  Old Mine Road (12 week plan)

Canadian Death Race Leg 4- Hamel Assault (16 week plan)

Canadian Death Race Leg 5- The River Crossing (12 week plan)

Need more than a training plan? Check out the coaching section (references included).

Some Canadian Death Race write-ups – 2013 2011 2010