Wounded Warrior Run BC
2021 BC Run dates: February 21 – 27, 2021
ABOUT THE RUN
To provide increased public awareness and financial support for Wounded Warriors Canada, the Wounded Warrior Run BC (WWRBC) was created. A team of dedicated runners will relay-run the length of Vancouver Island in just eight consecutive days, starting Saturday, February 23nd, 2020 and finishing Sunday, March 1st, 2020. The journey will begin in Port Hardy and end in Victoria, covering more than 600 kms.
Q. Am I able to run with the team during the event?
A. If you are interested in applying for a position on the team or to join the team in a smaller portion of the run, please contact email@example.com. Please note that this is not on open running event and strict timings are kept to ensure our stops are on time.
Q. How much of the funds donated go to communities on Vancouver Island?
A. 100% of the funds donated from Vancouver Island stay on Vancouver Island. In fact, any money donated on the island actually comes back 10 fold from the rest of Canada to provide life changing programs on the island.
Born and raised in Victoria, British Columbia, Matt currently works for Personnel Support Programs with Canadian Forces Morale and Welfare Services.
I am a wife, mother and teacher. My husband is a military police corporal and we have two young girls.
Rotary Wing Engineer with the Canadian Coast Guard Helicopter Division since 2016.
Is a member of the Victoria Police Department. Much of his career has been spent in Major Crime, including the last 4 years investigating homicides on Vancouver Island.
Stephane Marcotte & Sarge
Stéphane is a Submarine veteran who retired in December 2014 after spending 28 years in the Royal Canadian Navy.
My name is Samson Haire and I work as a Constable for the Victoria Police Department. I love running.
Ashley is a CRD Fire Communications Operator. She has been a long distance runner since 2015.
Media Relations & Part-time Runner
Chris first joined the team 3 years ago as a runner and media representative from 100.3
John is a 32 year veteran of the Royal Canadian Navy and professional photographer.
Maria Marciano is a five year veteran with the RCMP in Port Alberni.