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Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Palm Beach County is NOT issuing permits for special events such as the Run Singer Island Half Marathon & 10K. Over the past few months, 2020 has seen a number of events postponed, canceled or gone "virtual". In an effort to offer you a "LIVE" race in 2020, we have decided to make a venue change. We are EXTREMELY fortunate and excited to announce that we have secured a permit for the Run Singer Island Half Marathon & 10K at Hutchinson Island (St. Lucie County). Your training and hard work will not be wasted!
Please join us for the Game On! Run Singer Island Half Marathon & 10K at Hutchinson Island. The run will begin and end at Causeway Cove Marina. This new, incredibly scenic course in Hutchinson Island will take runners along A1A, through Jetty Park, running alongside the Fort Pierce Inlet, and past Museum Point Beach. The final stretch will include Museum Point Park and past the Saint Lucie County Aquarium, before heading underneath the bridge and returning to newly opened Causeway Cove Marina.
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 6:15 a.m., 10k starts at 6:45 a.m.
There will be a 4 hour time limit for the Half Marathon.
Average temperatures in October, low 68 degrees with a high of 84 degrees.
We will have aid stations approximately every mile.
Gatorade, water, and gels will be at the aid stations.
If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.Questions?
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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