December 8, 2024
Half Marathon, 10K & 5K Races

A few of our favourite posts

A few our our favourite posts actually comes from you, our fans.  These are some of the favourites from this year:


Finisher Medal just steps away.  Here’s what it looks like just a few short steps from the Reggae Marathon finish at Long Bay Beach Park. That’s the Caribbean Sea on your right…just steps away from the course:  Finisher Medal just steps away 



537b1cb62c4db0a5689746312dba160dAnatomy of a Modern Runner.  I wasn’t inspired to run Marathons by the first Marathoner…he keeled over right after finishing! Today we ‘gear up’ pretty significantly to make it through a Marathon:  Anatomy of a Modern Runner




stickysituationaug500x310Tips for running in heat and humidity.  It’s warmer in Negril in December than most of North America and Europe.  With the right approach and preparation you’ll get through just fine.  Here are some tips:  Tips for running in heat and humidity 


1024px-Negril_Jamaica_town_center_Photo_D_Ramey_Logan1-300x190My favourite mile at Reggae Marathon.  Mile 25 at Reggae Marathon is Bob’s Mile in honour of Bob Marley.  Look out for the inspirational sayings on the side of the road and on the pavement…they are sure to brind you home!  My favourite mile at Reggae Marathon


beautiful-negril-sunriseNegril Sunrise.  Reggae Marathoners like sunsets but love the Negril Sunrise…with our 5:15 am race start, we see it rise about an hour into the morning. Negril Sunrise 



If you’ve got another blog post that you like, drop us a line.

Until next time…

Reggae Marathon RunninGuy (aka Sugar ‘Tuff Gong’ Bong)