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Meet Tracey Rouse, Runner!

Meet Tracey Rouse, Runner!

Meet Tracey Rouse, Runner! Tracey’s life changing transformation began in September, 2013. That’s when she began running.  That’s Tracey before, during and after. From Memphis, Tennessee, Tracey began running with Black Girls Run and she’s now an active runner…and inspiration for all of us!  Setting goals, doing the hard work, enduring the setbacks…it’s al ...[Read More]

Road Racing In Jamaica

Road Racing In Jamaica

Road racing in Jamaica is alive and well!  This past Sunday in Kingston, thousands gathered for the annual Sigma Corporate Run…Runners and walkers took over New Kingston around Emancipation Park.  And it doesn’t stop there as these 19 road races indicate:What a great way to go for a run, see the Island and experience the best that Jamaica has to offer.  Next up is the Kingston City Run ...[Read More]

Lisa’s excellent adventure in Jamaica

Lisa’s excellent adventure in Jamaica

Lisa’s excellent adventure in Jamaica ended on a high note when she dropped in on the Reggae Marathon offices this past Monday.  That’s Lisa Laws of Reggae Runnerz fame. Lisa was in Jamaica doing a little bit of business and a whole lot of fun.  She climbed Blue Mountain Peak last week…a walk up and a nice run down!  She had the opportunity once back in Kingston to meet with Fran ...[Read More]

What to do in Jamaica

What to do in Jamaica

What to do in Jamaica?  Where do I start! Lisa Laws has been in Jamaica for the past week exploring what else there is to do in Jamaica besides Reggae Marathon.One of the highlights…literally…was her climb up to Blue Mountain Peak, the highest mountain in Jamaica.  After a few days relaxing on the beach in Negril, should you be up to exploring like Lisa, here are a few of the things yo ...[Read More]

If you can walk you can run

If you can walk you can run

If you can walk you can run!  Nothing wrong with walking…after an injury or break from running I walk to ease back into my running routine.  And I skip elevators and walk up stairways every chance I get.  And at Reggae Marathon a few years back I walked the 10K and had the most enjoyable time talking with other walkers and taking pictures.  But I do love my running…today we celebrate t ...[Read More]

10 Months to go

10 Months to go

Shhh…don’t tell anyone but it’s only 10 months to go to Reggae Marathon!  And for you Full Marathoners and Half Marathoners it’s only a mile from the finish when hit Bob’s Mile and all the Marley inspiration you need to keep going!Mark these dates down for Reggae Marathon 2017: Thursday, November 30:  Pick up Reggae Marathon Race Kit at Couples Swept Away Sporting Com ...[Read More]

Penelope North’s Big Finish

Penelope North’s Big Finish

Penelope North’s Big Finish happened at 10:46 am on Saturday, December 3, 2016 at Reggae Marathon.  After a horrifying and devestating injury many years ago when she was told she would never run again, that’s when she crossed the finish line at Reggae Marathon!  Inspiring!!  Let’s hear from her directly: I went from this and some very silly Doctor telling me that I would never ru ...[Read More]

Live on Facebook

Live on Facebook

Live on Facebook this Sunday.  That’s where you’ll find me this Sunday at 12 noon EST.  I’ll be talking about some of the things that make the Reggae Marathon Experience unique and I’ll be answering your questions about Reggae Marathon race weekend November 30 – Dec 2, 2017.  Post your questions via this link to our Facebook Page:  Live on Facebook. Here are some of t ...[Read More]

Running to the Beat

Running to the Beat

Running to the beat at Reggae Marathon … a big part of the Reggae Marathon Experience! Jamaica is know for two things:  Reggae Music and Running.  Put those together in a Paradise destination, Negril and those key ingredients result in the core of the Reggae Marathon Experience. Take a look…then plan to meet up in Negril December 2, 2017 for your own Experience: Until next time… Reggae ...[Read More]

Running Enjoyment

Running Enjoyment

Running Enjoyment!  Two words that describe that elusive feeling you get at some point during a run that keeps you coming back for more.  It could be mile 3 or mile 17. It is magical!  In the zone at Reggae Marathon 2016…a few of our favourite moments: Until next time… Reggae Marathon RunninGuy (aka Sugar ‘Tuff Gong’ Bong) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Register for Reggae Marathon ...[Read More]