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SAIL CHALLENGE CAP QUÉBEC

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1.9km swim

90km bike

21.1km run

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Five Reasons to Race SAIL Challenge Cap Québec powered by Argon 18

With its vibrant French culture and warm hospitality, Québec is an unforgettable race destination:

  1. Magnificent course set in the heart of Old Québec
  2. A UNESCO World Heritage treasure
  3. Athletes’ village along the majestic St Lawrence River
  4. Bike course along the Dufferin-Montgomery freeway, closed for the first time for an event
  5. Run through 400 years of history before an unforgettable finish line in the Port de Québec

About the Local Area

The birthplace of French North America and the only walled city north of
Mexico is an open-air treasure chest that will delight history and culture
buffs alike. Its European background and modern North American character
are set off by a heady blend of history, traditional and contemporary art,
and French-language culture to make Québec City a destination like no
other.

Year after year, travel magazines continually rank the Québec City Area
among the world’s top destinations.

About SAIL Challenge Cap Québec powered by Argon 18

The SAIL Challenge Cap Québec powered by Argon 18 course promises to showcase the best of the city and its surroundings. The event kicks off with a 1.9km swim in Bassin Louise, surrounded by yachts and the charming old-town Québec.

The bike course, a four-lap, 90km route, is historic in its own right, as it marks the first time the highway will be closed for this long for an event. Athletes will experience an out-and-back ride along the St Lawrence River, featuring picturesque views of Île d’Orléans and the city.

Returning to T2, the run takes participants on a flat course through 400 years of history in a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Athletes will explore Kébec, which means “where the river narrows” in Algonkin, along quays 21 and 22 of the port, followed by a scenic run along the Rivière Saint-Charles, offering breathtaking vistas of Île d’Orléans, the St Lawrence River, and its many boats. The race concludes at the Port of Québec Agora, an awe-inspiring location on the banks of the St Lawrence River, with a panoramic view of the iconic Château Frontenac.

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Dominique Piché

RACE DIRECTOR

RACE PARTNERS