Youth teams needed for the Royal Lepage Comox Valley Snow to Surf Adventure Relay Race

The call is out for youth teams for Canada’s premier multi-sport relay event, the 37th Royal LePage Comox Valley Snow to Surf Adventure Relay Race.

Youth must be aged 14 to 18 years old in order to register as a youth for this exciting relay race.

Teams consist of nine athletes who race from the summit of Mount Washington to Comox Marina Park.

Race legs include alpine skiing, cross-country skiing, running, mountain biking, kayaking, road cycling and canoeing.

To date, there are 134 adult teams and only two junior teams registered.

Race day is set for April 28. To be part of the adventure, challenge and passion, register your team now at

And if you are looking for a team or for individual racers, check out our bulletin board online at to join a team or add a racer.

Individuals looking to volunteer for this exciting community event and join our “Crew” of helpers, please email

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