Runners take off at the start of the GoodLife Fitness Victoria Marathon on Menzies Street. The marathon and half marathon routes pass through Victoria and Oak Bay, with those events plus the 8K and Thrifty Foods Kids Race finishing near the start line beside the legislature. Follow the race action this Sunday on this Black Press website. News file photo

Follow the GoodLife Victoria Marathon action here Sunday

Black Press to feature live video feeds from the races, links to full results

The final countdown is on for the GoodLife Fitness Victoria Marathon this Sunday (Oct. 8), and the Goldstream Gazette is ready to go with live coverage and results on race day.

We’ll be at the start line beside the legislature on Menzies Street for the full (42 kilometres) and half marathon (21K) races at 8 a.m. and will later have mid-race coverage along the routes.

The 8K event starts at 8:50 a.m. from the corner of Wharf and Government streets, while the 1K Thrifty Foods Fun Run gets underway at 10:15 a.m. from the marathon start point on Menzies.

Like the Goldstream Gazette on Facebook for various live feeds from the races and check goldstreamgazette.com for race stories and a link to the full results in real time as they happen.

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