Martha’s Vineyard Marathon and Half Marathon
May 21, 2017
Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts
Martha’s Vineyard is located south of Cape Cod, famous for being an affluent summer colony. Now you have a reason to make this bucket-list destination race your “RUN-CATION” in 2017. Martha’s Vineyard offers 2 beautiful courses for both the half and the full marathon that showcase this amazing island in Massachusetts. Both the full and the half marathon are relatively flat with a few gentle rollers in the full marathon. Whether you’re trying to qualify for Boston or just want to run a beautiful race, see why Martha’s Vineyard is so famous and a spend a few extra days pre or post race. This inaugural event is sure to be a destination favorite!
The Half Marathon starts at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School and runs the first 2 miles with the marathon and a total of 3 miles through the middle of Correllus State Forest and pass the airport. Then left on Edgartown road on the paved bike path for 5 miles. Then left again, along Beach Road over the famous “JAWS” bridge with a finish in beautiful Ocean Park in Oak Bluffs.
The Marathon starts at Martha’s Vineyard Regional High School and runs the first 13 miles through Correllus State Forest then right down through Edgartown on Meeting House Way to Atlantic Drive. Then left up Katama Rd through the quaint town of Edgartown with a finish on Beach Rd, over the famous “JAWS” bridge with a finish in beautiful Ocean Park in Oak Bluffs.
Race Fees For Martha’s Vineyard Half Marathon: $89.00
Race Fees For Martha’s Vineyard Marathon: $109.00
About The SD Run Club Foundation: The SD Run Club Foundation is a non-profit 501(c)3. Their goal is to give back to the community by giving their time in beach and city clean-ups, helping people attain their running goals and doing the same in other U.S cities throughout the country. The SD Run Club Foundation works hand-in-hand with USA Endurance Events that helps organize quality running events. The SD Run Club Foundation gives all net proceeds back to each community where they hold races for schools, local charities and in some cases, to individual families that need help. They want to make a difference in your community while bringing quality hometown events to your hometown.
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