We started the Head2Core Foundation to promote the transformative powers of maintaining an active lifestyle. We do this by raising funds through awesome and engaging events and partnerships, both virtual and in person, with proceeds going to associations and organizations that integrate mental health and sport.
By the age of 40, about half of the population will have struggled with mental illness.
Just ten minutes of moderate intensity exercise can leave you with improved sleep, stress relief, and an improved mood.
Promote better health through sport
Attract more people in the community to become active through fun spirited activities
Advance mental health research and mental health organizations
Give back to the community
“Andrew Carter has been the number one morning host in Montreal for 20 years as host of the ANDREW CARTER MORNING SHOW on CJAD800 AM. He has nothing to be depressed about. He loves his job, is well rewarded, and has a great family and many friends and hobbies. But he suffers from depression. It kind of snuck up on him. Here is the story he told to his listeners. Please bear with the pauses, because it is a difficult story to tell. Maybe it sounds familiar to you.”
La Classique Head2Core: Save the date – October 7, 2023.
Head2Core teams up again this year with On Court Montréal to raise awareness about better mental health through sport.
Run 5 km, 10 km, 21 km or 42 km on the fast, flat certified course around the Olympic rowing basin at Montreal’s Parc Jean-Drapeau. For marathon runners, it’s a chance to qualify for Boston. On Court Montréal is also the host event for the Championnats québécois de 10 km.
Join us there!
08h00: Site opens for bib collection, massage, changing room, warm up.
09h00: Start of the 21 km.
09h15: Start of the 42 km.
11h00: Start of the 10 km.
12h30: Start of the 5 km.
14h00: Site closes: 42 km time limit and closure of changing rooms, post-race snacks.
Estheban Archambault escaped the darkness of severe anxiety through exercise
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