Bayfront Park, Hamilton

August 18, 2018

Registration: 9:30 am

Event Start: 11:00 am

$40 Registration Fee

$60 Fundraising

2018 Fundraising Totals

Goal: $10,000

Amount Raised: $6,291


Can you survive Hell in the Harbour?

Hell in the Harbour features a 6km obstacle course race spanning Hamilton’s beautiful waterfront and  over 17 obstacles that will challenge all fitness levels! The event is in support of Special Olympics Ontario through the Law Enforcement Torch Run and is helping to raise awareness and much needed funds for over 25,000 athletes across Ontario.  The Special Olympics movement provides quality sports and training programs for children, youth and adults with an intellectual disability.

Hosted in the scenic Bayfront Park, Hell in the Harbour, returns for its 4th year on Saturday August 18th, 2018 to challenge participants in new and fun ways!  Influenced by vintage military training courses, Hell in the Harbour will feature multiple obstacles that will test each participant’s physical strength and their will power all while having fun for a great cause! Open to men and women, individuals or teams, we invite anyone who thinks they have what it takes to conquer the Hell in the Harbour Endurance Run!

This event will offer a ‘competitive/timed’ category to satisfy those with a competitive edge and who want to see how their time stacks up against the rest, and a ‘just for fun’ category for participants who want to take on each obstacle at their own pace and see what Hell in the Harbour is all about!

There will be a post-race celebration with live entertainment and plenty of great vendors to refuel with. Whether you plan on tackling the obstacles first-hand, cheering on participants as a spectator or showing your support as a volunteer, Hell in the Harbour will be an exciting event for everyone!

Registration Fee and Fundraising

Registration is $40 and a minimum of $60 must be fundraised to participate.  100% of proceeds benefit Special Olympics Ontario.


Chris McGuire – Event Coordinator

Past Results

2015: 400 Runners, $45,000 Raised
450 Runners, $60,000 Raised
2017:  475 Runners, $40,000 Raised

Join us as we celebrate Special Olympics' 50th Anniversary!