750 m/18 miles/3.1miles
1500 m/24 miles/6.2 miles
Half Iron Distance
1.2 mile/56 miles/13.1 miles
The Black Bear Triathlon offers a spectacular course from beginning to end. It begins from the beautiful beach and into the calm, clear waters of the Beltzville Reservoir.
Next you venture out onto the bike course challenging and fast hills. It’s been referred to as one of the most scenic courses on the East Coast.
The run course offers a lot of shaded areas through the woods and takes you across the Beltzville Dam for a stunning panoramic view of the entire race.
The swim will be in the beautiful Beltzville Lake. Access to water is from a public beach. The water temp can range from 68-76′F.
The Sprint and Olympic bike courses are one loop through the scenic mountains of the Poconos.
The Half Iron bike course will be the same as Olympic but done two times.
This course will take place on a combination of paved and hard packed trails. The trails will take the athletes over the Beltzville Dam (by special permission of the Army Corps of Engineers) offering a panoramic view of the Park and Reservoir. The Olympic and Half Iron courses bring you back through the Finish Area past your friends and family at about mile 3. The last 1/2 mile is a very spectator friendly finish!
JNF has been at the forefront of water management and conservation in Israel for two decades, increasing the country’s total water supply by 12% and helping Israel become a leader in water recycling. JNF’s network of 220 recycled water reservoirs provide almost half of the water used for agriculture in Israel, saving enough freshwater to meet the needs of 4.4 million people a year.
As an innovator in ecological development and a pioneer in forest creation and fire prevention, JNF has planted more than 250 million trees in Israel, providing luscious belts of green. JNF’s parks and forests are enjoyed by millions of people.
Through agricultural infrastructure development, research, and soil conservation, JNF has been able to create and extend the presence of fertile land where there was once endless desert.
You can make a difference in efforts to sustaining the environment!
The Waterford Twp. War Memorial Committee (WTWMC) is hosting this fundraising event to raise money for the David Tapper and the Jon T. Hicks, Jr. Scholarship Funds as well as the WTWMC. Both of these brave men died defending our freedoms and we want their memories to live on in the lives our college bound high school seniorsl. David was a 13-year Navy SEAL veteran and was in Afghanistan conducting operations in support of Operation Enduring Freedom. Jon was deployed to Ashraf, Iraq in Anbar Providence with the 2nd Battalion, 9th Marines as an infantry assaultman.
The race will start at 9 a.m. in front of American Legion Post 311 on Atco Avenue, continues to Raritan Ave to 6th Street and back onto Atco Avenue, finishing at Post 311.
Improved cross-country 5K course, immediately followed by walk through campus for non-runners.
Awards for overall top male and female finishers, and top three males and females per age group will receive medals.
Entertainment, refreshments, water stations, and warm-up included.
Cross country course – no jog strollers, please!
Campus Walk is wheelchair accessible.
Commemorative tees guaranteed to anyone registered by April 8, and available on race day while supplies last.
Online registration available at www.lmsports.com. L&M Computer Sports will computer time the race and post order of finish roster enabling runners to ascertain their time and place. Complete order of finish will be posted at www.lmsports.com and www.cccnj.edu.
All proceeds will enable the CCC Alumni Association to help provide an affordable education to all Cumberland County residents.
On Sunday, April 21, 2013 Abington Art Center will host our 2nd Annual Art & Sole 5K Run/ Walk through Abington Art Center’s Sculpture Park and surrounding neighborhoods. Whether you’re an avid runner or just want to show your support for the arts, we hope you will come enjoy the morning with us. The run will begin at Alverthorpe Park at 8am (registration begins promptly at 7am) along with a mini Health & Fitness Expo that will take place in the Alverthorpe Park Pavilion. All proceeds will support children’s and community art programs.
Fellow runners, join the running fun on Sunday, April 21st for a racing event that will go down in history! Not ready for 13.1? Get your buddy together for the 8K race, but don’t miss this event.
Flat and Fast Course (okay we think it is basically flat except for that one climb at mile 11 but then it is downhill to finish).
A course that goes through the beautiful campus offering great scenic views.
Aid Stations featuring gatorade, water and Hammer gel.
Excellent team of volunteers including fraternites, sororities and lots of support staff.
The UNITE Half Marathon at Rutgers does indeed UNITE runners of all abilities from elite to novice.
This course is 13.1 miles of collegiate beauty that will take your breath away. Rutgers University is one of the oldest, largest and most beautiful campuses in the country.
Enjoy music from local bands and Dj’s while getting cheered on by fraternities and University clubs.
Point to Point route passing by the recently renovated Rutgers Stadium, historic College Ave. Gym and finishing on College Avenue to thousands of fans!
The race starts on Busch Campus then to Livingston Campus through Johnson Park with the last mile steering you onto College Avenue campus.
Make sure you join in the fete at the post-race block party located right on College Avenue!
MikesMiles is putting on our 3rd 5k at the Cedarvale Winery to benefit the JDRF. The JDRF is the leading global organization focused on type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. Driven by passionate, grassroots volunteers connected to children, adolescents, and adults with this disease, JDRF is the largest charitable supporter of T1D research. And MikesMiles is a local organization dedicated to raising funds for the JDRF. Mike Chadwick, who lives in Swedesboro, is a Type 1 Diabetic, is on the board for the South Jersey Chapter of the JDRF, is the ride coach for the SJ Ride for the Cure team and the founder of MikesMiles.
MikesMiles Cedarvale Winery 5K is 1/2 road and 1/2 trail. The course winds through a scenic South Jersey Vineyard. The course is closed to traffic. This year there will also be a timed 1 mile fun run. An especially great option for those younger runners or walkers just looking to go out for a nice stroll through the vineyard. There will be wine tastings with proceeds benefiting the JDRF at the conclusion of the race.
Fast and Flat 5K, 2 mile walk, and Kids Fun Run through the Barclay Farms neighborhood in Cherry Hill. All proceeds go to support the Barclay Barracuda Swim Team.
Join us for the 50th Anniversary of the half marathon! This challenging, well-loved race takes place in Wilmington, DE…and is the oldest continuously running half marathon in the COUNTRY. The course winds through the city of wilmington, to the riverfront, through Rockford Park and many of the lovely residential areas in Wilmington. The race typically attracts 1750 -2000 runners from as many as 20 states.
For those not ready for a half, we also offer a 5K, which begins at 8:30 AM.
The 8th Annual Haddonfield Adrenaline 5K Run will be held Saturday, March 16th 2013. The 5k starts at 9am in front of Haddonfield High School and is followed by a kids 1/4 mile and 100 meter races on the Haddonfield High School track.
The 5K race is USATF certified, and serves as the MidAtlantic 5K Championship. This event is sponsored by the Haddonfield Running Company and Brooks.
Kick off the 2013 running season with an adrenaline pumping race!!!