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RACE START: Dec 2 2017, 5:15 AM

Running in Tottori, Japan

Running in Tottori, Japan

Running in Tottori, Japan this past weekend was all about the Tottori Marathon.  Here’s the letter from Japan: Dear All, The 2017 Tottori Marathon took place this past weekend in Japan.  The event was very successful with over 4,000 runners including 22 overseas runners. The Reggae Marathon representative Mr. Courtney Jarrett, a wood carver from Westmoreland, did his best in the chilly weath ...[Read More]

Running from England to Negril

Running from England to Negril

Steve Forsyth isn’t literally running from England to Negril, but he is a runner, he lives in England and he’s coming with his family to run in Negril at Reggae Marathon, December 2. He’s got a powerful reason…here’s his story: I have three children, one of whom has Musclar Dystrophy and is in a wheelchair. One day my son said to me,  “Dad I will never walk̶ ...[Read More]

The Journey is the Reward

The Journey is the Reward

When non-running friends ask what I get from running, I answer with this, “The journey is the reward”. From Bart Yasso who shared these thoughts on running: “I had been deluding myself for years that the purpose of running was to win races, that if I trained hard enough and smart enough and pushed my body beyond all limits, I’d somehow come out on top. It took finally winni ...[Read More]

One Lap on the Road in Negril

One Lap on the Road in Negril

One lap on the road in Negril. What it’s like to run in the dark.  Start line faux pas to avoid.  How to stay hydrated along the course.  These frequently asked questions answered as we take a lap on the road around the Reggae Marathon Course If you have any questions you’d like answered, leave a comment or send us a message on our Facebook Page:  Reggae Marathon. Until next time… Regg ...[Read More]