Are you ready for some exciting news? Rain or shine, the Acsenda students and staff participated in the 39th Vancouver Sun Run this Sunday, and it was truly an incredible race!
With over 35,000 participants, the Vancouver Sun Run is not only one of the largest races in North America, but also Canada’s largest 10k road race.
Our brave Acsenda students and dedicated staff were part of this amazing event, showcasing their spirit and determination.
Despite the rain, our team of runners and walkers took on the challenge, showing their resilience and enthusiasm as they tackled the scenic course.
Starting from Burrard and Georgia, the route highlighted Vancouver’s downtown core, with breathtaking views of the waterfront, English Bay, and the iconic Burrard Street Bridge. The course then took our team through the vibrant neighborhoods of Mount Pleasant and South False Creek, passing by landmarks like Science World, before finishing outside the iconic BC Place Stadium.
The energy and excitement were palpable as our Acsenda team crossed the finish line, cheered on by fellow participants and supporters. It was a testament to the indomitable spirit of our students and staff, who displayed courage and determination in the face of challenging weather conditions.
We are incredibly proud of our Acsenda team for their participation in the Vancouver Sun Run and their unwavering commitment to pushing their limits. It was an unforgettable experience that showcased their passion for fitness, teamwork, and overcoming obstacles.
Congratulations to all our runners and walkers for their outstanding performance!
Acsenda University extends its deepest gratitude to the Vancouver Sun Run organizers for hosting such a well-organized and exhilarating event.
We look forward to more exciting adventures and opportunities for our students and staff to shine in the future. Stay tuned for more updates on our amazing Acsenda community and their achievements!
It was an awe-inspiring race that highlighted the beauty of Vancouver’s cityscape and the determination of our team. Way to go, Team Acsenda!
Get your results here: https://www.sportstats.ca/display-results.xhtml?raceid=118162