Canada Goose Ultra

June 1 -2024

     

canada goose ultra 

                  June 10, 2023

The Canada Goose Ultra was very nearly a perfect day! It was preceded by a week of high temperatures and humidity but race day was between 12 and 24 degrees with humidity only 40%. The sunny skies brought out lots of smiles. Here are the results:

The biggest achievements we chose to recognize were personal records. Did you run your furthest ever (in 1 day)? Then you got one of the fabulous beer steins!

Special notes - Kerri Clark did her first ultramarathon, and Debra Anderson, Ryan Baete, Drew Johnstone and Brian Godwin did their first marathon (or plus!) distance. Yvonne Cafik and Razvan Rusescu made the jump from marathon (or a bit longer) to 100 km!

Beer Stein Winners Ran their longest distance ever

Congrats to the beer stein winners who ran THEIR FURTHEST EVER!!! An amazing 69% of our runners achieved this special feat.

Jon Sloman

Chris Tetlock

Lloyd Sehn

Michael Dahlman

Jason Burns

Melissa Burns

Colleen Laskowski

Wendy Tomyk

Shelley Cook

Alexis Davidson

Shawn Weimer

Yvonne Cafik

Razvan Rusescu

Michael Szeles

Thomas Gabel

Nathan Lafoy

Constance Kozak

Susan Schneider

Syed Subhan

Conrad Nixon

Cam Thick

Patrick Beaudoin

Marcella Zatwarniski

Meg Braithwaite

Kerri Clark

Roanna Sehn

April Lloyd

Debra Anderson

Patrice Turmel

Natasha Lumsden

Ian Dyke

Darren Engel

Jannike Matlock

Brian Godwin

Drew Johnstone

Michel Turmel

Ryan Baete

Brayden Ries

Blair Morris

Angela Morris

Jaco Erasmus

Jeff Moon

John Cybulskie

Beata Majcher

Trevor Common

Cory Giesbrecht

Kiera Edge

Karen Harasen

Greg Harasen

Sue Bayliss

Paul Westgate

Dalton Olsen


24 Hour Results

Jon Sloman, 161.3 km

Chris Tetlock, 144.1 km

Lloyd Sehn, 130.0 (in 21:32)

Michael Dahlman, 130.0 km (in 22:30)

Gay Renouf, 120.0 km (in 22:47)

Jason Burns, 120.0 km (in 23:55)

Melissa Burns, 116.1 km

Colleen Laskowski, 113.1 km

Wendy Tomyk, 104.0 km

Shelley Cook, 102.6 km

Alexis Davidson, 101.4 km

Shawn Weimer, 101.3 km

Trevor LaRose, 101.0 km

Yvonne Cafik, 100.7 km

Razvan Rusescu, 100.6 km

Michael Szeles, 100.2 km

Derek Anaquod, 100.0 km

Thomas Gabel, 84.0 km

Nathan Lafoy, 73.4 km

Warren Foord, 60.2 km

Constance Kozak, 57.1 km

Susan Schneider, 57.1 km

Syed Subhan, 25.1 km


12 Hour Results

Cameron Mang, 100.0 km

Conrad Nixon, 92.0 km

Cam Thick, 85.0 km

Patrick Beaudoin, 82.5 km

Marcella Zatwarniski, 75.5 km

Meg Braithwaite, 61.9 km

Tania Diener, 60.0 km

Jan Steenkmap, 60.0 km

Kerri Clark, 55.8 km

Roanna Sehn, 52.0 km (in 6:55)

Deanne Selinger, 52.0 km (in 9:18)

April Lloyd, 44.6 km

Debra Anderson, 44.0 km

Patrice Turmel, 43.3 km

Natasha Lumsden, 35.0 km


6 Hour Results

Ian Dyke, 51.4 km (in 5:35)

Darren Engel, 51.4 km (in 6:00)

Jannike Matlock, 45.1 km 

Kyle Smyth, 45.0 km

Brian Godwin, 44.0 km (in 5:51)

Drew Johnstone, 44.0 km (in 5:51)

Michel Turmel, 44.0 km (in 5:58) Plus another 10.0 km as a volunteer!

Ryan Baete, 43.4 km

Brayden Ries, 43.0 km

Blair Morris, 42.3 km

Angela Morris, 40.6 km

Jaco Erasmus, 40.0 km

Jeff Moon, 39.5 km

John Cybulskie, 37.4 km

Dale Harvey, 37.3 km

Beata Majcher, 36.4 km

Marc Quiniones, 34.3 km

Trevor Common, 33.4 km

Cory Giesbrecht, 32.2 km

Jobel Vicente, 32.0 km

Kiera Edge, 32.1 km

Ken Eade, 30.8 km

Karen Harasen, 29.2

Greg Harasen, 29.2 km

Sue Bayliss, 28.6 km

Paul Westgate, 27.8 km (in 3:23)

Jodine Landman, 27.8 km (in 3:24)

Derek Bonter, 27.8 km (in 4:04)

Dalton Olsen, 19.9 km

Karolina Palka, 19.9 km

Angie Conklin, 16.0 km

Loanne Myrah, 4.0

Thank you to the volunteers

It took a village of volunteers to put on the Canada Goose ultra on Saturday. These amazing people got up early, stayed up late (or all night), and smiled the whole time they were helping the runners.

First of all, Wanda Bouchard-Barry - the most amazing, generous and organized volunteer in Regina! She got up early, stayed up all night and kept the whole ship on track.

More of those all day/night people - Verne Bolen and Don Meek - guys that can handle and DO anything. Sandy Tokarz joined Wanda in being there all night. Heidi Schmalz arrived early and stayed all night - she played a HUGE part in helping many runners overcome nasty feet and nausea to achieve their personal best distances.

Our directors are all exceptionally organized, giving people. Sincere thanks to Rob McLeod, Conor Renouf and Wanda Bouchard-Barry.

Our medical/first aid team was Tandi Steenkamp and Heidi Schmalz.

Rowena Collins-Huber was up early to manage the package pickup. Amy Carlson did all the watch checks. Our results and awards people were Cari Bode and Lee-Ann Ricci.

Photographer Mike Renouf managed to get around the course despite having had knee replacement surgery 4 weeks ago.

Our set up team were also early birds - thanks to Verne Bolen, Don Meek, Darwin Weimer, Terry Weimer, Rob McLeod, Jan Steenkamp and Tania Diener.

Our food people that kept you fed and smiling all day were: Adam Donauer, Kevin Hall, Tracy Hall, Terri Carlson, Billy Cawthorn, Shelley Zerr, Debra Anderson (after running her first marathon!!), Patrice Turmel (after running a marathon plus), Steve Whelan, and pizza guys Rob McLeod and Michel Turmel.

Our course cyclists/walkers were Terry Allen, Karen Harasen (after walking a personal best distance!), Verne Bolen, Jason Hubick, and Michel Turmel.

Canada Goose 2022, May 14, 2022

Canada Goose 2022

The Canada Goose Ultra is in the books, and what a day it was! It started with threatening rain and high winds and ended with sunny skies, then a full moon and still air. Here are the results:

The biggest achievements we chose to recognize were personal records. Did you run your furthest ever (in 1 day)? Then you got one of the fabulous beer steins!

Special notes - Jason Tomaszewski just about quintupled his previous longest distance! Preston Schaffer quadrupled his previous longest distance!

Beer Stein Winners Ran their longest distance ever

Congrats to the beer stein winners who ran THEIR FURTHEST EVER!!!

Chris Tetlock

Preston Schaffer

Colleen Laskowski

Jan Steenkamp

Tania Diener

Lee-Ann Ricci

Jason Tomaszewski

Shawn Weimer

Melissa Burns 

Jason Burns

Thomas Gabel

Michael Szeles

Doug Hynne

Deidre Roberts

Constance Kozak

Susan Schneider

Shaun Quinney

Meg Braithwaite

Mallory Klein

Jannike Matlock

Michele Wagner

Marcella Zatwarniski

Jared Larson

Ken Eade

Debra Anderson

Jeff Hay

Blair Morris

Sue Bayliss

Brian White

Frank Jeske

Cory Shrigley

Natasha Lumsden


24 hour results

Chris Tetlock, 136 km

Preston Schaffer, 125 km

Sue Lucas, 112 km

Gay Renouf, 112 km

Michael Morrison, 109 km

Jon Sloman, 109 km

Colleen Laskowski, 108 km 

Jan Steenkamp, 105 km 

Tania Diener, 105 km

Lee-Ann Ricci, 101 km

Jason Tomaszewski, 101 km

Shawn Weimer, 100 km

Caroline Wiebe, 100 km - just post Marathon de Sables

Melissa Burns, 100 km - one week post 50 km Spartan!

Jason Burns, 100 km - one week post 50 km Spartan!

Tyler Gorrell, 100 km

Thomas Gabel, 80 km

Deidre Roberts, 60 km


12 hour results

Jon Paradowski, 85 k

Michael Szeles, 75 k

Wendy Tomyk, 70 k

Doug Hynne, 64 k

Constance Kozak, 56 k

Susan Schneider, 56 k

Meg Braithwaite, 50 k

Mallory Klein, 42.2 k


6 hour results

Shaun Quinney, 52 k

Jannike Matlock, 44 k

Michelle Wagner, 44k

Marcella Zatwarniski, 44 k

Chad Fenrick, 44 k

Brenda Stricker, 40 k

Jared Larson, 36 k

Ken Eade, 32 k

Jeff Hay, 32 k

Greg Chovin, 32 k

Chantel De Lorme, 32 k

Blair Morris, 32 k

Debra Anderson, 32 k

Kerri Clark, 32 k

Michael Dahlman, 30 k

Patrice Turmel, 29 k

Amy Carlson, 28 k

Rebecca Handy, 28 k

Brian White, 28 k

Abbey Schmidt, 28 k

Allison Samoleski, 28 k

Dale Harvey, 28 k

Jason Hubick, 28 k

Terri Carlson, 24 k

Sue Bayliss, 24 k

Frank Jeske, 24 k

Cory Shrigley, 24 k

Natasha Lumsden, 24 k

Sandy MacDonald, 16 k


Thank you to the volunteers


It took a village of volunteers to put on the Canada Goose ultra on Saturday. These amazing people got up early, stayed up late (or all night), and smiled the whole time they were helping the runners.

First of all, Wanda Bouchard-Barry - the most amazing, generous and organized volunteer in Regina! She got up early, stayed up all night and kept the whole ship on track.

Another of those all day/night people - Don Meek - we could not have figured out how to set up the tent without him). Rob McLeod started at 5 and came back to help all night. Heidi Schmalz arrived early and stayed all night.

Our directors are all exceptionally organized, giving people. Sincere thanks to Rob McLeod, Cari Bode, Marsha Crossman, Rick Minett (driving in from Pasquale Lake to help out!); and Wanda Bouchard-Barry.

Our medical/first aid team was Carolyn Murray and Heidi Schmalz.

Lisa Berezowsky got up at 4 to drive in and manage the package pickup.

Our set up team were also early birds - thanks to Verne Bolen, Don Meek, Darwin Weimer, Terry Weimer, Rob McLeod and Mike Renouf.

The folks keeping your laps straight were Conor Renouf, Lauren Mc, Jim Carlson, Sandy MacDonald (who then went on to run!), David Wessel, Iain Harry, and Shelley Zerr.

Your friendly food folks (who were shivering in the tent in the morning) were Joanne Noll, Dhon Gumban, April Lloyd, Warren Zwarnitsky, Cloey Zwarnitsky, Pat Eatock, Deb Anderson (after running for 6 hours), Denise Harry, Sandy Tokar, Rowena Collins Huber, Karen Woolley, and Kerri Clark ( who also ran first). Thanks to Kelly Munce for the loan of the heater that stopped the volunteers from shivering.

Ryan Clark handled the awards. Michel Turmel was our main go-fer (pizza!) including 2 am onwards. Mike Renouf was our dazzling photographer. Wendy Tomyk is our truly amazing medal and buckle designer!

Our cyclists in the middle of the night were Verne Bolen, Doris Burdon, and Brenda Udahl.

Thank you, thank you all!