RACE START: Dec 2 2017, 5:15 AM

How Larry found his groove in Jamaica

Larry Savitch sent this email to us recently.  He shares his story of how in the process of  ‘finding himself’ he not only how he fell in love with running but also with Jamaica.  He is looking forward to running in the Reggae Marathon this December.  Enjoy his story: “Soulful town, soulful people: Said, I see you’re having fun, Dancin’ to the reggae rhythm, Oh, islan ...[Read More]

If I have only one marathon left, let it be the Reggae Marathon

“RS” sent us a comment that sums us quite nicely the sentiment around marathons and especially the Reggae Marathon.  It inspires me to keep going through this nagging foot injury.  I hope it does the same for you: I think my primary running resolution for 2011 is to convince myself that I still have one marathon left in my tank. And if I do have one left, I can’t think of a better way to finish ou ...[Read More]

Shortcuts to staying in top running shape

With the 2010 Reggae Marathon a pleasant but slowly fading memory and the 2011 race still some months away, staying in shape can be a challenge.  But all is not lost.  Jeff Galloway has some shortcuts you can use to maintain your fitness during these winter months.  Here are his four 20-minute workouts build strength, speed, endurance and whole body fitness so you can stay in top shape: BUILD STRE ...[Read More]

Angie Newton stuck with it at the 2010 Reggae Marathon

It all started with my husband, Kevin announcing we would be participating in the 2010 Reggae Marathon after finding a magazine article about it on our flight home from Jamaica in December 2009. I thought he was joking but he was totally serious! We decided to sign up for the half marathon. That next month, I started reading up on running and just went for it as I knew I would need a lot of traini ...[Read More]