Sep 20 2015
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Montreal Rock ‘n’ Fit Video Contest

Calling All Montreal-Area Fans to Be The Star of Our Upcoming Video! How Do You Measure Up To A Professional Athlete? Now Is Your Chance To Find Out! The Montreal Rock ‘n’ Roll Oasis Marathon is looking for fans to be featured in an upcoming video! No special skills or talents are required, but you…

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5 Cold-Weather Racing Tips to Remember

By Mario Fraioli, Published Nov. 14, 2014, Updated Jan. 11, 2015 at 11:05 PM UTC Everyone tolerates cold weather differently. Find a clothing combo that keeps you warm and comfortable. Photo: Wintry conditions don’t have to ruin your race experience.  A race this time of year can pose a challenge if Mother Nature isn’t…

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One-Day Series Wide Savings!

SAVE TODAY ONLY with One-Day Series Wide Savings! Register for as low as $75 for the Half Marathon! Register for as low as $90 for the Full Marathon! The 2015 Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series Tour Stops Announced! Click here to view all other Rock ‘n’ Roll Series Wide Savings.  

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At Mazda, we’re always changing the game and challenging convention. That’s why we’re proud to be the Official Vehicle of the very unconventional OASIS ROCK ‘N’ ROLL MONTREAL MARATHON & 1/2 2014. Visit to see our model lineup—and discover why the combination of conviction, creativity and courage is The Mazda Way.

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24th Marathon Oasis Rock ‘n’ Roll de Montréal, a positive balance for a record year!

Montreal, September 28, 2014. – The temperature was part Sunday to accompany them almost 35,000 participants from 52 countries, the various events of the Marathon Oasis Rock ”n’ Roll de Montréal, one of the twenty most important races in North America. In addition to people excited who crossed the finish line at La Fontaine Park,…

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Sunday, September 20, 2015


Place Bonaventure, 800, de La Gauchetière West, Montreal Friday, September 18 11am-7pm Saturday, September 19 9am-5pm