FEET DON’T FAIL ME NOW: Brendan Kelly, winner of last year’s Goodlife Toronto marathon, hits the 22 kilometre mark in Corktown. Photo by Andrew Badgley.
To give the runners some motivation, Corktowner Erin Balser has organized a Spectation Station for the race, where local residents can gather, cheer and just generally support all marathon participants. You’re invited to bring noisemakers, signs and anything else that can inspire fast feet.
The station will be set up at King & River at 8 a.m., cheering through to the close of the race at 11 a.m. Let Erin know on Facebook if you plan to attend.