Except for a few slight elevations to give you a challenge, the course is basically flat. The runners doing the Half Marathon will run 6 km. along the north eastern coast line and then turn back at Barnacle Point and run 15 km. to the finish line at beautiful Fort James Beach on the Caribbean Sea, where you can run right into the ocean! How is that, for a post-race cool down? The 10K and 5K runners will have a clear path to Fort James Beach. (see the map).



The Half Marathon begins at 5:00 a.m.;

The 10K starts at 5:15 a.m. and

The 5K starts at 5:30 a.m.



Participants can collect their race packets at YASCO on Old Parham Road opposite the Christ the King High School on  Saturday 23rd May, 2020 from 1pm to 5pm.



Water/Aid stations will be placed every mile of the race and you will have a choice of water or Gatorade at each station. We will have spotters along the race course wearing marked T-shirts to provide First Aid in the event of anyone needing help. Medical personnel will also be present along the route to ensure that all runners are provided with quality first aid care.




All persons who complete the race within the four hours cut off time will receive a finishers medal. .



The race will not be responsible for items left at the start line unless they are given to us at the Drop Bag Area. Please do not bring your wallets. These bags will be available at the Finish Line. Bring your swimsuits because at the finish line is a beautiful beach waiting.




The course will be open for four (4) hours to accommodate the half-marathoners and those who would like to walk it and receive our finisher’s medal.




Remember that the starting line and finish line is about 11 miles apart. There are lots of places at the finish line for parking. We will have buses to take you to the start line. Bus will leave the start line parking area at 4:30am for the start line of the Half Marathon and 5:00am for the 10K and the 5K.

For those who parked at the start line area, bus will take you back beginning at 8am.




The race is a chip-timed event.