The Jaleta Pacers partner with the RCMP each year to hold the Royal Road Race on Mother’s Day weekend in May.  The Royal Road Race is a family event that promotes wellness and the sport of running. The race is designed for everyone from walkers to competitive runners. The race distances are 10 km, 5 km and 1km Mini Mountie Run.  The course is fast and flat with a 5 km loop run twice for the 10 km distance.  The proceeds raised from this race go toward local charities.

 The Royal Road Race recognizes competitive males and females in a number of categories including overall winners.

 *Registration includes hot brunch buffet*

Registration Fees

Mini Mountie run (10 and under)

75 Spots available.

10km Run

5km Run

5km Walk

5km Wheelchair

Package Pickup

Thursday, May 10  4:00 PM - 8:00 PM at Track & Trail 4403 Albert St., Regina

Friday, May 11 12:00 p.m. - 5:30 p.m. at Track & Trail 4403 Albert St., Regina

There is no package pick-up on race day. If you are coming from out of town on race day, please contact





General Information

Race Day is Saturday, May 12, 2018.  Opening ceremonies start at 8:45 a.m. with both the 5 km and 10 km race starting at 9:00 a.m. and the 1 km Mini Mountie Run at 9:05 a.m.

Fees are non-refundable.  Race registrations may not be transferred, given or sold to a third party.  Registrations are not defferable to another year.  Those racing under a false identify are not covered by event insurance and are not eligible for an official race time or any overall or age category awards.

Attach your running number to the front of your shirt/jacket so it is visible at all times. Your timing chip is attached to your race number.  Do not fold your race number.

There is no package pick-up on race day.

We ask that everyone show up early and be diligent with their arrival time to allow for proper screening and parking.

We ask that everyone have their race bib clearly visible and available for inspection upon arrival at the McCarthy Blvd Gate. (we want to verify that the vehicles coming on site are race registrants).

If runners are bringing family or friends we ask that they all be in the same vehicle as much as reasonably possible. If they cannot be in the same vehicle then indicate this to security at the gate. ("my wife is in the car behind me" etc)

Participants are asked to lock their belongings, out of plain view, inside their vehicles; there is no bag check at RCMP.

Please use the Dewdney/McCarthy entrance for the race.  Signage and traffic directors will be at the gate for parking.

Walkers on the course should yield to runners.  If the running/walking path is congested, please stay to the right, allowing runners to pass on your left.

During the race, in the interest of safety, please stay on the side of the road where possible.  Remember motorists have the right of way, unless a RCMP officer gives them other directions.

The use of portable headphone devices (iPods, MP3 players) is not permitted.  For your safety, and that of others, you must be aware of your surroundings at all times.  This includes being able to hear verbal warnings from police and course marshals as well as the sounds of traffic or other participants on the course.

There are Paramedics (EMT) cycling along the course during the race.  Water Station will be at the Start/Finish Line.

Course marshals will be wearing distinctive clothing and will be positioned along the course to direct both motorists and participants as necessary.  The course will be marshalled until the last one is done.

Washrooms are located inside the Drill Hall.

Strollers are NOT allowed on the course.  No participation using bicycles, strollers, skateboards or in-line skates will be allowed.  As well as NO PETS.

A digital clock will be positioned so you can see your results as you cross the finish line.  Volunteers will assist you after you cross the finish line and direct you into the recovery area.

Brunch buffet will begin at 10:00 a.m. with a short awards ceremony beginning at 10:30 a.m.

 Your race/bib number is your entrance for the brunch.  Please ensure that you do not remove it until you enter the brunch.

Race results will be posted on the day following the race.

If you registered for 10km and decided to stop after the 1st 5km loop,  your time will not be recorded.    Also if you choose to stop after 5km, please step aside and do not cross the timing mat as the system will not be accurate. Your race time will be listed as DNF (did not finish).

A parent or guardian must meet their child at the finish line upon completion of the Mini Mountie run then proceed directly into the Drill Hall for their medal presentation.  Look for the RCMP Safety Bear mascot near the Drill Hall side entrance located close to the finish line.  Children cannot be left unattended.

Mini Mountie medal presentations will take place near the large Canadian flag in the Drill Hall.  Professional photographic services will be available at that time.

500 maximum participants.

Course Map Info

A course map will be included with your race kit.

The course is fast and flat with a 5 km loop run twice for the 10 km distance allowing great viewing opportunities for both participants and spectators. 

The course is laid out entirely within the boundaries of the historic RCMP Academy, Depot Division (commonly known as "Depot").

With a proud heritage of over 100 years, Depot is the only location where the RCMP trains its cadets. 

Don't miss this unique and exciting opportunity to run with the troops at the Home of the RCMP!

Due to ongoing cadet training and other site restrictions, public access to the course prior to race day is not available.



The Royal Road Race recognizes competitive males and females in the Open & Masters categories including overall winners.

The guaranteed prize purse for the Royal Road Race 2018 will total $3,600.00

Order of finish for prize money will be determined by gun time.

Age-group Divisions:

Open: 39 & under

Masters: 40 years of age or older

The first three male and female runners in the 5km & 10km Open Division, as well as the first male and female finishers in the Masters Division (40+ ) will each receive a cash prize.

Open Division 39 & under:  Finish Position, equal for men and women:

Total  = $600 Men   $600 Women = $1200

Masters Division:   Finish Position (40+ years of age or older; equal for men and women):

Total  = $300 Men   $300 Women = $600

 5km Open Division 39 & under: Finish Position, equal for men and women:

1st          $150

2nd        $100

3rd         $50

Total = $300 Men + $300 Women = $600

10km Cadets Open Division 39 & under: Finish Position, equal for men and women:

1st          $150

2nd        $100

3rd         $50

Total = $300 Men + $300 Women = $600

 5km Cadets Open Division 39 & under: Finish Position, equal for men and women:

1st          $150

2nd        $100

3rd         $50

Total = $300 Men + $300 Women = $600

 Masters Division 5km: Finish Position (40 years of age or older; equal for men and women.  Gift certificates valued at

1st         $100

2nd        $75

3rd         $50

Total=   $225 Men +  $225 Women = $450

 In recognition of Mother’s Day, the first place mother in each of the 5 km and the 10 km runs will receive flowers

Note: $100 will be awarded for new course record set (winner only) for both Men & Women in the 10km


Event Schedule

  • May 12 8:45 AM CST - Opening Ceremonies

  • May 12 9:00 AM CST - 5K and 10K start

  • May 12 9:05 AM CST - 1 km Mini Mountie Run

  • May 12 10:00 AM CST - Brunch Buffet

  • May 12 10:30 AM CST - Short Awards Ceremony

Contact Information

Event Location

Regina, SK, Canada

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