Certified 5 kilometer loop on a paved path through Caumsett State Historic Park. This race will give you the chance to explore this beautiful park with outstanding scenic views overlooking Long Island Sound.
Your 26.2 mile split in the 50K will be a 2018 Boston Qualifier, but ONLY if you complete the full 50K distance.
Sanctioned by USATF-Long Island Association
One Station per loop providing water, sports drink and food snacks. Second aid station (fluids only) at the halfway point of each loop.
Packet pickup and pre-race registration will be available at Super Runners Shop, 353 New York Avenue, Huntington from noon to 5.
Race Director Steven Toto. For more information, call GLIRC at 516-349-7646.
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“The Good Old Days of
Long Island Running and Racing”
Meet our knowledgeable and entertaining Panel:
Liz Flahavan, Joanne Gallo, Fred Haslett and Jimmy McDougall
They will give you the feel of how things were before
computerized timing, before all the fancy 21st Century
technology, before the incredible running boom of
the last 20 years.
This promises to be one of the most entertaining programs
that we have been able to offer in many years!
PRESENTATION OF A CHECK TO THE OPENING WORD
OUT OF THE PROCEEDS OF THE CARTER, DELUCA,
FARRELL & SCHMIDT HO HO HO RUN
PRESENTATION OF A CHECK TO THE
JOHN THEISSEN CHILDREN’S FOUNDATION
Presented by the Student Ambassadors of the Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District to raise funds and awareness for Rise Against Hunger
The goal of our 5K scholarship run is to commemorate their lives and their dedication to the Hamlet of Brentwood.
Certified USATF Course. Awards to the 1st male and female overall and the top 3 males and females in 5 year age groups. Food, beverages and raffle prizes
Trophies to the Top 3: Overall Male & Female; Fun Run Boys and Girls, Top M & F Long Beach Residents, M&F GLIRC, LIRRC,Team In Training, Top 3 Medals for 5 year age groups to 95+
The “US COFFEE RUN/WALK” is for the benefit of The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society/ LIJ Monter Cancer Center
Half mile for KIDS (under 14) 9:00am $10
Four mile RUN/WALK starts9:30am$20; Day of Race $30
Eva Casale, of Team E.V.A. (Every Veteran Appreciated), is running 7 marathons in 7 days to raise funds and awareness for Hope For The Warriors®! She will complete 184 miles. Eva is starting or finishing each marathon at different Suffolk Federal Credit Union locations and is asking the community to donate to military families and join her in her run. Register today to join Eva on her mission of supporting the military community!
The Bridgehampton Half starts and ends at the Beebe Windmill, Ocean Road and Hildreth Ave, Bridgehampton. The race will start at 9 am.
Runners will find hydration stations located at 2 mile intervals on the course. All hydration stations will have Gatorade as well.
There will be port-a-johns stationed at every other mile along the course.
The Bridgehampton Half will be using the new gold standard ChronoTrack Systems™ D-Tag™. The D-Tag is a single-use RFID tag that participants peel off the bib and place on their shoe to record their time.
All participants receive a schwag bag with an official technical t-shirt. All finishers receive a fabulous finisher’s medal and are eligible for age group awards. Custom designed plaques will be awarded 3 deep in each division.
Packet Pick up will be offered at four times race week in both NYC and Bridgehampton.
Online registration will close April 15th or when the race reaches capacity.
For more info, go to www.thelimarathon.com
Kids fun run starts at 8:30am
5K starts at 9:00 am
Cash prizes awarded to top 3 overall male and female runners and male and female masters champions.
Certified 5K course which includes 1.6k of the historic Cow Harbor Course
USATF certified course with mile markers and 2 water stops.
Refreshments, raffles and award ceremony after the race.
Awards to theoverall top male and female
and top 3 in 5 year age groups to 75+
All proceeds benefit those living with Lupus in Nassau, Suffolk and Queens.
Fastt flat course tours the streets of Floral Park. Uplifting and inspiring race held to honor three sisters and to support the foundation's dedication to children's endevours and youth organizations.
One mile run starts at 9:00am, 5K starts at 9:30am
This is a FREE clinic led by Coach Jose Lopez and Runner’s Edge proprietor Bob Cook
An invaluable evening for first time triathletes as well as everyone who would like their performance to improve dramatically!
Highlights include: a review of the course layout, a review of the recommended training program, and other key ingredients for a successful triathlon experience this summer.
Jose Lopez is a triathlon coach with over 25 years of experience as a competitor and coach. He has been the overall winner of several triathlons and duathlons, including the first Town of Oyster Bay Triathlon in 1988. He is the President of Long Island Tri Coach and Racing Unlimited, Inc.
Also on the distinguished panel for the Clinic are Babylon Bike Shop & Dr. Steve Jonas of Jonas Chiropractic Sports Injury Care.
The Hamptons Marathon course covers some of the most beautiful terrain on Long Island’s East End. Travel through wooded roads and past gorgeous beaches on a course that is generally flat and fast.
We will be supplying water at hydration stations located at mile intervals on the course. Several hydration stations will have Gatorade as well. GU will be available at mile 18.
There will be port-a-johns stationed at every mile along the course.
The marathon will be a Boston qualifying USATF sanctioned event on a certified loop course. For eligibility and qualifying times click here.
The Hamptons Marathon together with Finish Line Racing will be using the gold standard ChronoTrack Systems™ B-Tag™. The B-Tag is a single-use RFID tag that participants have on their race bibs to record their time.
All marathoners receive a schwag bag with awesome gifts, an official technical t-shirt, a personalized race number, and access to post-race food and refreshments and an offsite post-race party.
All Marathon finishers receive a fabulous finisher’s medal and are eligible for age group awards. Custom designed plaques will be awarded 3 deep in each division.
Join us on the scenic course through the vibrant downtowns of Suffolk County, starting and finishing in the Village of Patchogue! A post-race Freedom Festival with a Taste of Long Island will be held., featuring live music, great food, and local award-winning wines and craft brews. High quality technical shirts and medals to all entrants.
New this year! Four person Marathon Relay!
Suffolk County runners are invited to join Nassau County runners for a 10K jaunt through the Nassau-Suffolk Greenbelt Trail or (your choice) the roadways and bikeways near the Clubhouse. Followed by Bagels, Juice, Pastries, Coffee, back at the Clubhouse.
IMPORTANT RACE DAY INFORMATION:
Parking is available in parking fields 1 and 2 , and packet pick up will take place in a tent next to the Fieldhouse from 7:30am to 8:45am . Race day registration will be available for $25, cash or check.
This event has been selected by Marathon Adventures
to be the North American venue for its “Triple 7 Quest,” involving seven marathons or seven half marathons on seven continents in seven days, and a field of about 25-30 folks from all over the world will be attempting this feat.
Yes, we know it’s January, but you would be probably be going out for a long Sunday run anyhow, so why not do it at Eisenhower Park with some of your regular running buddies and new friends from all over the world?
Accurately measured and USA Track & Field Certified 5.275 Kilometer Loop Course Full Marathon = 8 Loops; Half Marathon = 4 Loops Start and finish near the Eisenhower Park Fieldhouse
Aid Station at the end of every 5.275 Kilometer Loop
No T shirts, no frills....but a chance to get a nice distance run in a chip timed and scored event with your friends for a fee of only $20!
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE TIME LIMIT FOR THIS RACE IS 2 HOURS AND 15 MINUTES.
Packet pickup will be available on the following days at the Sayville Running Company, 49 Main Street, Sayville: (please note: the shirt size you requested is the shirt size you will be given)
Wednesday, January 11 and Thursday January 12, noon to 7 and Friday, January 13th noon to 6. Another runner CAN pick up your packet for you.
If you pick up on one of the days above you will get an additional ticket to the raffle. Day of race pickup will be available at the Brewery from 6:45 to 8:00 am but is not encouraged. Please try to pickup beforehand.
Registration is closed and no additional registrations are available. The option to transfer your registration has also passed.
If you have any questions, please call the GLIRC office at 516-349-7646.
Seven mile training run that starts/finishes near the Sayville Running Company.
Come join us for our December quarterly meeting. GLIRC awards will be given out.
All are welcome.
Stay tuned for details.
IMPORTANT NOTE ABOUT THE WEATHER:
Absent a blizzard of major proportions, or any other scenario where the Police tell us that going ahead would be unsafe, the Carter, DeLuca, Farrell & Schmidt Ho Ho Ho Holiday Run will proceed as scheduled on December 17th.
In some past years (we recall 1997 as one of them), conditions have been even worse than what is predicted for tomorrow, and we have been able to proceed.
Fun Run 8:45am, Costume Parade 9:00am, 5K Run 9:30am
FREE FUN RUN 8:45 AM:
1/4 mile • For kids 12 & under • Awards to ALL PARADE OF HOLIDAY COSTUMES 9:00 AM: Come in costume and participate in our parade! Please note: For safety reasons dogs will not be allowed on the race course.
SPECIAL HOLIDAY TREATS:
Special Guest Starter: SANTA CLAUS
• Costume Parade
• Fast, flat 5K on the roads of Bethpage
• Special Holiday giveaways for all 5K registrants
Overall Male and Female winners. First three male and first three female age-group finishers: 10 and under, 11-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74,75-79 & 80-84, 85 & over, plus first male & female wheelchair finisher Mens Clydesdale Divisions: 185–199 lbs.: 200 lbs. & over Womens Athena Divisions: 140–159 lbs.; 160 lbs. & over. Special award to 1st CENTIPEDE TEAM and BEST HOLIDAY COSTUME!
Open to the public. Walk-ins welcome.
Your donation will help to save up to THREE lives. Our community hospitals need your help. Please share this lifesaving gift! Thank you for caring!
For questions concerning medical eligibility, call 1-800-688-0900.
To schedule an appointment, volunteer or for more information, please contact:
Gina Gelman at 516-655-2299 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Start Times: Fun Run with Santa (all ages) - 9:00 AM
5K Run/Walk/Racewalk - 9:30 AM
For more information, contact Jason Wilans at 516-330-2433 or Dennis Fagan at 631-300-7113
Run 5K or Kids can Run 1k with Rudolph in Cedar Creek Park,. Adults are welcome to run the 5k with a jogging stroller, this is a day for all. We encourage all athletes to please bring a new unwrapped toy for sick and underprivileged children across Long Island to the race. All toys go to the John Theissen Children's Foundation 23rd Annual Toy Drive
Community Mainstreaming Associates (CMA) is committed to providing flexible and innovative services that meet the changing needs of individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Come join us on December 10th and enjoy a run or walk with your friends!
For more information, go to cmactw.dojiggy.com or call 516-683-0710 X212
The tradition continues for its 22nd year and returns to its original certified course! We are returning to the traditional 5 mile course from the first 20 years of this race with water stations each mile.
Long sleeved race shirts for first 400 registrants.
For more information, contact race director Mitchell Rich at 516-557-2325
Six mile run that starts/finishes near the Sayville Running Company, 49 Main Street, Sayville.
For more information, visit www.seafordwellness.com/HotChocolateRun.html or contact: Michael DiSilvio at email@example.com or 516-384-8536.
24th Annual Rob's Run Cross Country 5K race In Memory of Rob Lauterborn.
Please make plans to donate at the ATHLETES FOR LIFE BLOOD DRIVE
Two start times this year. 9:00 am women, 9:30 am men.
Rob’s Run is a cross country run, not a road race. Surfaces on the grass and cross country trails may be uneven.
THERE IS A NEW COURSE THIS YEAR! MAP IS AVAILABLE BELOW
Individual Awards: First three Male & Female overall; first three Male &
Female in age groups: 10 and under, 11-14, 15-19; 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, 80-84, 85 and over.
Team Awards: Team awards to the top three teams in each of the
• Middle School Girls • Middle School Boys
• High School Girls • High School Boys
• Open Female • Open Male
• Open Co-ed (2 M & 2 F) • Masters Female
• Masters Male • Masters Co-ed (2 M & 2 F)
• Senior Masters Female (All 50+) • Senior Masters Male (All 50+)• Senior Masters Co-ed (2 M & 2 F; All age 50+)
Team CASH Awards - $200 per team stipend for the first place Men’s Open, Women’s Open, Men’s Masters & Women’s Masters Teams. NOTE: Only USATF-LI member teams are eligible for Team Cash Awards! All team members must be registered on the same USATF-LI team. All Team Awards will be computed on the basis of “cross country scoring,” i.e. by place.
800 Meter Kids Fun Run: 9:00 AM
4K: 9:30 AM