Howa’a – Welcome

    RACE DAY July 20, 2019.     Registration closes Thursday!   REGISTER NOW
Willard WilsonT2T 2019 Dedicated to Willard Wilson
This year’s T2T is dedicated to Willard Wilson. Willard was an administrator, councillor and Chief Councillor at Skidegate. During his time as Chief Councillor Willard, along with his council, supported the inception of Totem to Totem. He saw the benefit the race, and participation in it, would have on the community. And he was right. Every year community participation has grown. He did not realize that people would come from across Canada, and the world, to run the event. Over the years, Willard came out and volunteered with his family, most recently at the Jungle Beach station. He was proud of the event until the end. He will be missed.

Returning Champions
Last year’s women’s 10km winner, Jaime Komadina, is returning – only this year she’s running the marathon.
Last year’s men’s marathon champion, Thomas Nichini, is returning to defend his title.

The rumours are true – there will be a new medal for this year’s Totem to Totem – designed by Robert Davidson.

Online Registration will close on Thursday, July 18.
Late Registration in person only, July 19 at the Kaay/Haida Heritage Centre, Bill Reid Room.
Late Registration will close on Race Day morning at about 7:45 a.m.

Friday July 19, from 3-6:30 p.m., Haida Heritage Centre, Bill Reid Room.
Please pick up your race package on Friday, rather than Saturday morning.

INTERESTED IN VOLUNTEERING? Contact Ashley Crosby, 250-559-4496

Race Report 2018

Race Report 2018

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Goats at Miller Creek

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Totem to Totem race

Kitkatla Runners

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