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  • Ultimate Amazing Race
    November 18, 2017
    8:00 am - 5:00 pm


Test your mind, body and blood sugar! Individuals with type 1 are coming together from across Canada for a fun and adventurous day of friendly competition, mixed with practical diabetes education that won’t slow you down. It’s not about winning or losing; it’s about taking on the challenge of our Ultimate Amazing Race!

Where: Alberta’s Children’s Hospital

When: November 18th, 2017 10:00am-4:00pm

Event Day Schedule:

10:00 am Registration opens
11:30 pm Opening Ceremonies
12:00 pm Nutritious lunch and related activity
1:00 pm Introduction and rules of the race
1:15 pm Race begins
3:00 pm Awards and appreciation ceremony
We’ve hosted our Ultimate Amazing Race across Canada with many international and returning participants coming together. It’s a fun-filled and adventurous day mixed with practical diabetes tips and tricks. . Living with diabetes takes courage to face the daily challenges and to learn how to be your best. This race will push your team to reach for more with multiple legs. The race consists of a series of challenges – some mental and some physical– that must be completed before the next location of the next leg is revealed. Enjoy a workshop before lunch and see the skills of your peers in this awesome cooperative challenge.

Tickets: ​Includes admission & lunch.

Ultimate Amazing Race Ticket- $15 (per person, includes lunch, snacks and activity)
Pay at the door: Unable to pay online, this option lets you register and then pay at the door.
Empowerment Fund: Looking for financial assistance, selecting this option allows us to use funds that we have set aside to ensure everyone is able to make it out to our events
Teams: Each Team must have at minimum of one person with type 1 diabetes. Teams consist of 3-6 participants. Individuals or pairs are welcome to register in our “Team Lottery” so they can be matched with other team members of similar age.

When signing up you will have the option to either start a team or join someone’s team, when joining a team please put the team name you wish to join or if you don’t know the team name you can put the person’s name and we’ll make sure you end up on the same team.

Team categories in the race:

Wee Challengers (under 8 years of age) *
Tween Challengers (ages 9-12) *
Teen Challengers (ages 13-17) *
Adult Challengers (ages 18 and over)
*These teams will require one chaperone 18 years of age or older.
Workshop: We will be hosting a series of bonus stations for teams that will consist of additional activities to build skills and teamwork. These bonus activities will serve as great preparation for the race and provide you with an amazing opportunity to get some one-on-one coaching from the ICD award-winning Leadership Team.

  1. Lacey 5 years ago

    My son has Type 1 and would like to participate, previously I as his mother would accompany him but this year he has asked if his older sister can come with him. First, can he bring his non-T1D sister to participate with him? And second, is this an event I can drop them off at for the day or does a parent need to stay with them? They are 10 and 12 years old.


    • Chris Jarvis 5 years ago

      Hi Lacey,
      Thanks for inquiring. I’d say this option is open to you but would ask that you get him to write out his insulin ratio’s on a card to keep in his BG kit. If you can get him to do a double check on having all his diabetes gear when dropping off with one of our team members that would be great!
      His sister is absolutely welcome. You can also let him be on a team without you if he is comfortable with you staying around as a volunteer. Look forward to having you at our Ultimate Amazing Race.

  2. Stacey 5 years ago

    My daughter has Type 1, we ( me, her mother and her little sister- 8) were going to register as a team> how does this work? can her Aunt’s join as well or is it one adult per group?

  3. Sharon 5 years ago

    We are registered for this race November 18 at the Children’s Hospital. Do you know if there will be additional parking available for the event day? Parking at the hospital is limited at best so I’m wondering if there will be flagmen or some plan for letting people know where to park. Thanks

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