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Annoucing the 2014 winners!!!
Rookie Boy of the Year
Rookie Girl of the Year:
sponsored by Simon Gibson, M.L.A.
sponsored by Canadian Tire Mission
Championship Age Group 8-9:
1. Beckett Evans 41.08
2. Aaron Grewal 41.59
3. Tristen Stacey 42.5
Championship Age Group 10-11:
1. William Dobric 39.01
2. Teagann Dunnett 39.36
3. Anna Theobald 39.57
Championship Age Group 12-14:
1. Megan Gerlach 36.26
2. Payton Dunnett 41.00
3. Alexis Losier McMoran 41.10
Fastest Mission Racer Bursary Award
sponsored by Rotary Club of Mission Mid-day
1. Teagan Dunnett 39.36
2. Samuel Muise 40.81
3. Payton Dunnet 41.00
2014 Grand Champion Bursary Award
sponsored by Mission Soapbox Derby
Megan Gerlach 36.26
Congratulations to all participants and winners!!!
Took place on Saturday August 23, 2014
Preliminary Program (subject to change)
7:30am - Racers' check-ins and car inspections
9:00am - Opening ceremony with Mission's Mayor and dignitaries
9:15am - Start of the races, Heat #1 (approx. 20 races)
Heat #2 (approx. 10 races)
12:00pm- 12:30pm Lunch break, with
* Martial Arts Demonstrations
* Pudding Eating Contest
* Hot Dog Eating Contest
- Start of races, Heat #2 (approx. 10 races)
Heat #3 (approx. 20 races)
- Awards Ceremony
We encourage everyone to come to Mission to watch the races and participate in other fun events:
- Races boys and girls 8-14 yrs
- Hot Dog & Pudding Eating Contest
- Martial Arts Demonstrations
- ...and more
The registration cost is $30.00 (subject to change) for participants ages 8 through 14 years, both girls and boys.
Adult racers: $50 (15yrs and up).
How to get to Stave Lake St & Prentis Ave:
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A BIG THANK YOU to our sponsors, volunteers & supporters for making the Annual Derby a success!!!
Please consider making a donation. With your help and for the price of a "latte" you can keep the race going.
The Mission & District Soapbox Derby Association was incorporated in October of 2000 as a non-profit association for the historical Mission Soapbox Derby. Our executive and members live and work in Mission and the surrounding communities. We rely upon local businesses for corporate sponsorship, including the District of Mission.
Over 150 volunteers are needed to help organize and participate in this event. This is a community event and without the support of community groups, businesses and private citizens, this event would not be possible.
Visit the resources page for a map of road closures on race day.