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All Canadians Can Join Lululemon's 'SeaWheeze' This Summer For The First Time Ever

Vancouver's biggest summer jam goes viral.
SeaWheeze Online: Lululemon's Epic Bash Is Open For All Canadians This Summer

Vancouver-founded Lululemon is more than just tight yoga pants for Canadians — it's a lifestyle. The brand's epic bash that usually takes over the city each summer is now going global. For the first time ever, devotees can join in SeaWheeze online wherever they are. 

Sadly, their annual half marathon and Sunset Festival is cancelled for 2020. But something even more magical is happening instead. 

Instead, they're taking the party online. From Saturday, August 15 to Sunday, August 23, anyone can join in the SeaWheeze Virtual Half Marathon. For the first time ever you don't have to be in Vancouver to do it.

Plus, if 21 k run is too intense, they've added a never-before-seen 10 k version of the iconic run.

If you register for the race you'll actually get an official "finisher" medal in the mail to flex on the 'gram. 

You can find all the rules and guidelines on how to join online. If you've been hitting the track or running around your neighbourhood lately, this could be the push and accountability you need to reach the next level.

Both runs come with free training programs that anyone can try out that are created by an expert who knows their stuff.

Rob Watson's 14 and eight-week schedules will get your mind and body prepared for the big day. Even if you're not a runner, you can be one in time for the 10 k.

Plus, you'll look pretty sweet wearing your medal, right?

Since this version of Lululemon's famous run can be done literally anywhere in the world, you get to build your own course. Will you run along the Rideau Canal in Ottawa? Along the Bow River Pathway in Calgary? On a treadmill watching Ru Paul's Drag Race?

Or maybe you're a classic Vancouverite and you're going to do the seawall as your journey? It's like a choose-your-own-adventure run and we're here for it.


Price: $38 

When: From Saturday, August 15 to Sunday, August 23

Why You Need To Go: You can say you've done the epic SeaWheeze without having to go to Vancouver.