Vancouver teams race through rain and sun in support of Power To Be

Ensuring they arrived at the race a winner, the team from Cassels Brock Lawyers (pictured above) went above and beyond to win the Act of Kindness Award by fundraising $17,095. Overall top fundraisers included RBC Capital Markets ($13,650), Goldcorp – which entered three teams this year ($10,310) and Lululemon ($10,200).

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For the third year in a row, the team from Tempest Capital won this year’s race with a time of 2:09:01. See full race results.

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The team from Tornquist Consulting, racing under the name “The Life Savers” took home the honours of the Team Spirit Award.

“We are grateful for the support of our sponsors, including presenting sponsor Goldcorp, who help us host this event in Vancouver. Since 2012, more than 500 racers have taken on the challenge of supporting Power To Be by raising more than $800,000. We are honoured by their commitment to philanthropy and community building,” says Tim Cormode, Power To Be Executive Director. “Their efforts have helped us expand our programs in Vancouver, allowing more youth and families to access adventures in the amazing spaces the nature surrounding this city has to offer.”

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Thank you to everyone who donated and a special thank you to our sponsors and in-kind supporters (see full list).

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