The 2023 Toronto Challenge 5K run results are now available.

Congratulations to all participants, volunteers, donors, and sponsors for supporting the 2023 Toronto Challenge.

The 30 anniversary Toronto Challenge presented by Hunt’s Healthcare was a great success, raising funds and awareness for seniors living in the community and for residents in the City’s long-term care homes.

The agencies who fundraise through the Toronto Challenge are making a difference in your community and they need your support. Visit the websites included in the Fundraising Partners section below and learn more about their programs. and to donate funds to support their work and initiatives.

Hunt’s Healthcare 5k Run

Link to Results


30th Anniversary ‘Top 30’ Finishers (*alphabetical order)

Adam Caggiano Juan Ilerbaig Nolan Karuta
Ariel Arie Kiana Dimarino Qiran Sun
Brett Miller Kyle Bedard Remko Noteboom
Christian Barida Kyle Pugao Steven Langille
Dion Diep Levi Cooperman Tu Nyguyen
Etienne Rodriguez Mario Martinez Tyler Langille
Gordon Wong Matthew Paladino Yuxuan Wang
Ian Carter Michael Barida Zekaryah Volney-Brown
Jacob Berney Nathaniel McFalane Zhaoyi Kang
Joan Chung Noah Patterson (*name missing)


Youngest & Oldest Participants

1K Walk

  • Kaleb Mateo Castillo-Sharma,1 year
  • Evelyn Li, 89 years

5K Walk

  • Camila Caggiano, 2 years
  • Jan Rowan, 93 years

5K Run

  • Roee  Arie, 5 years
  • Mitchell Kosny, 73 years


Resolve Support Services ‘Supporting Seniors Award’ (Fundraising Agency with most participants)

  • Rexdale Women’s Centre, 116 participants


Presenting Sponsor

Gold Sponsor

Resolve Support Services logo

Media Sponsors

CTV Logo      Metroland Media: Connected to your community      Zoomer Radio Logo 2015 on Black

Silver Sponsors

Montgomery Sisam Logo                PointClickCare logo

Bronze Sponsors

         Crossey Engineering logo       


Running Room logo Oasis Logo Eska Logo Kellogg's logo Danone Logo

Event Location

Nathan Phillips Square
100 Queen St W, Toronto, ON M5H 2N1

2023 Course Description


On Armoury St. (at Centre St.)

1k Route

Travel east on Armoury St. then turn north onto University Avenue in the northbound lanes. Make u-turn at Elm St., walk south on University Ave (Northbound side) via sidewalks and University Ave. to Armoury Street. Walk east on Armoury St. then turn south onto pathway between Court House and City Hall to finish line on Nathan Phillips Square.

5k Route

Travel east on Armoury St. then turn north onto University Ave. in the northbound lanes, continue on Queen’s Park Cres. E. to Bloor Street West. Go east on Bloor St. W. in curb lane (bike lane) to Bay St., travel south on Bay St. curb lane to Queen St. West. Travel west on Queen St. in eastbound lanes to u-turn before University Avenue. Travel east on Queen St. (in westbound lanes) to pathway leading to Nathan Phillips Square. Finish line is beside the Toronto sign.