Lululemon SeaWheeze 2014 registration starts on Feb. 3

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UPDATE: Due to the incredible number of people who jumped on to register for SeaWheeze 2014, the registration site began to experience technical difficulties.

Registration will reopen on Monday, February 3 at 10 a.m. PST. Over 80 per cent of the spots remain, but they are expected to go fast once registration re-opens.

Lululemon SeaWheeze 2014 Half Marathon

Entering its third sweaty and colourful year, lululemon’s SeaWheeze half marathon and Sunset Festival is returning to Vancouver’s seawall August 23, 2014.

Last year the 10,014 running spots sold out within the first month of registration. This year, organizers predict the 10,015 spots will be snapped up within one week.

In addition to 21.1 km of pavement-pounding fun, SeaWheeze weekend includes the official SeaWheeze Showcase Store, where runners can kit themselves out pre-race with limited edition clothing and accessories.

There will also be a post-race Sunset Festival at Brockton Oval, where both runners and the general public celebrate with a 10,000+ person yoga class, live concert and beer and wine garden in one of Vancouver’s premium outdoor concert venues.

Half-marathon package participation entry fee is $128, inclusive of taxes and processing fees.

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Past headliners have included Fun! and Passenger. Sunset Festival tickets are $25 for the general public and are included in registration for runners.

Full event details are available at www.seawheeze.com

About SeaWheeze

The SeaWheeze half marathon and Sunset Festival is lululemon’s way of celebrating and sharing its hometown of Vancouver, BC with the global running community. In just its third year, the sell-out event is redefining the half marathon experience, and becoming a destination run and the perfect weekend for Vancouver to celebrate summer in the city.

 

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