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Please join us on Saturday, April 16, 2022 for a beautiful run beginning at Ocean Walk Singer Island. This event will feature a Half Marathon and a 10K race. An incredibly scenic course that takes runners along A1A and the natural area of MacArthur Beach Park, up and over the Blue Heron Bridge (one time) with views of Peanut Island and the Port of Palm Beach and a run through the quaint town of Palm Beach Shores before finishing at the newly renovated Ocean Walk on Singer Island!
Secure your spot today, which includes a very cool finisher medal, an awesome t-shirt, and age-group awards in 5 year increments to 80+!
Half Marathon starts at 6:00 a.m., 10k starts at 6:30 a.m.
Relay consists of 3 legs: 3.1 miles, 4.5 miles, and 5.5 miles
There will be a 4 hour time limit for the Half Marathon.
We will have aid stations approximately every mile.
Gatorade, water, and gels will be at the aid stations.
Half Marathon Pacers: 1:45 - 2:00 - 2:15 - 2:30 - 2:45 - 2:45 (Galloway method) - 3:00
SCHEDULE OF EVENTS ON SATURDAY, APRIL 16, 2022
6:00am Game On ! Half Marathon starts
6:30am Game On! 10k starts
8:45am 10k awards ceremony
9:00am Half Marathon awards ceremony
10:05am Half Marathon course closes (19 minute pace)
Half Marathon - You will find aid stations approximately every mile on the Half Marathon course (12 aid stations). At every aid station, you will find water. At Aid stations 5-12, you will find Gatorade. Aid stations will have water and Gatorade in small plastic bottles. In order to limit touch points, runners will need to grab a bottle off the table. Volunteers are only there to keep the table supplied. After the aid station, PLEASE do not throw your plastic bottle on the ground. There will be plenty of garbage cans out on the course. **Runners are encouraged to carry with you anything you specifically need!!
10K - We will have aid stations at approximately every mile on the 10k course. At every Aid station, you will find Gatorade and water. Aid stations will have water and Gatorade in small plastic bottles. In order to limit touch points, runners will need to grab a bottle off the table. Volunteers are only there to keep the table supplied. After the aid station, PLEASE do not throw your plastic bottle on the ground. There will be plenty of garbage cans out on the course. **Runners are encouraged to bring with you anything you specifically need during the race!!
HALF MARATHON RELAY
The Half Marathon Relay course is divided into three (3) segments, consisting of the following distances:
Leg # 1 - 3.1 miles
Leg # 2 - 4.5 miles
Leg # 3 - 5.5 miles
You can find relay course maps here (RELAY MAPS).
You are responsible to transport your team members to the appropriate starting point. Please drive safely and be very careful to not block the road or running path with your vehicle. We know you are excited and anxious, but be please aware of runners on the roadway, safety comes first!
A City of Riviera Beach Fire Rescue truck and crew will be stationed at the finish line to handle all medical emergencies. If you or anyone you see has a medical need, please stop by the RED First Aid tent. If you are not feeling well on the course, please stop at a water station and let the volunteers or staff know you require treatment. Fire Rescue will come and treat you at the water station. For your convenience, transportation vehicles will be available to bring you back to the finish line if you are unable to complete the race.
North and South of the Start/Finish line arch, there are restroom buildings by the beach. We will have portable restrooms at miles 1,3,5,7,9 &10 of the half marathon course.
There is plenty of FREE parking at the race venue (Ocean Walk) and surrounding areas. There is also a parking garage directly across the street from the venue.
The awards will take place under the blue "sails" next to the finish line. Age Group awards go three deep in each category to 80+.
Photographers from Fixed Focus Photography will be on-site taking pictures during the race. Please have your race number visible (in the front) so you can be identified in the photos.
Once again, in an effort to eliminate touch points and promote social distancing, we will NOT have our timing receipt kiosks or results monitors at this race. Results will only be available on-line. Results can be found on-line at the following link (Run Singer Island Results).
HAND SANITIZER STATIONS
Hand sanitizer stations will be spread throughout the venue. Please feel free to clean your hands frequently.
We will provide bananas, oranges, muffins, bagels, and cookies as you finish the race. We also have Nooty, "Made for athletes, by athletes". If you are really hungry, there are several restaurants (Mulligan's, Two Drunken Goat's, Johnny Longboats, Subway, etc.) near the finish line if you want to sit down and enjoy a post-race meal.
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.
We will have a separate start line and finish line (if possible) to allow for a relaxed start where runners can maintain a safe social distance from one another throughout the race. A relaxed start means we will leave the timing mats on for an extended period of time at the start line; thus allowing runners ample opportunity during this time frame to start individually or in small groups of associated participants (family members or participants that live together).
We are adding “no drafting rules” on the course which includes being no closer than 10 feet behind or in front of, or 6 feet beside other competitors at any given time. Runners may only pass one another when sufficient space is available.
Score everyone by net chip time (including the overall winners) which is the elapsed time between when a runner crosses the timing mats at the start and finish lines.
· No posting of printed race results on-site to avoid congestion of runners. Results can be streamed live to the internet where runners and spectators can view them.
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