Welcome to the 5th annual


5k course

Start at Promenade park, head north along the boardwalk and onto the bike path, turn around at the designated turnaround point at approx 1.55 mile mark and back towards the finish line the same way you came out.  Always stay to the right of the path / road during the entire race.  


Please note: It is the athlete’s responsibility to know the entire race course BEFORE stepping onto the starting line.

10K Course

Start at Promenade park, head north along the boardwalk and onto the bike path,  bike path leads you onto HWY-1 beachfront bike path.  All runners will stay on the bike path or shoulder (ocean side) of Highway 1 along the route.  turn around at the designated turnaround point at approx 3.1 mile mark and back towards the finish line the same way you came out.   Always stay to the right of the path / road during the entire race. 

Please note: It is the athlete’s responsibility to know the entire race course BEFORE stepping onto the starting line.

Half Marathon

Start at Promenade park, head north along the boardwalk and onto the bike path,  bike path leads you onto HWY-1 beachfront bike path.  All runners will stay on the bike path or shoulder (ocean side) of Highway 1 along the route.  turn around at the designated turnaround point at approx 6.55 mile mark and back towards the finish line the same way you came out.  Always stay to the right of the path / road during the entire race. 

Please note: It is the athlete’s responsibility to know the entire race course BEFORE stepping onto the starting line.

To ensure a smooth and consistent run, this race has implemented wave starts.

What is a wave start and how does it work?

Wave starts are designed to reduce race start congestion and improve your race day running experience. In a wave start, runners start in groups at 2 minute intervals. This way you can run with others who are similar in speed. A wave start will allow you plenty of space along the course, at the aid stations and at the finish line, without affecting your chip time or the time you have to complete the race. On race day you will line up under / behind the banner that best fits your estimated running pace per mile, see chart below.