Blog

RACE START: Dec 3 2016, 5:15 AM

Favourite Mile at Reggae Marathon

What’s your favourite mile at Reggae Marathon?  Mine is Mile 6 and here’s why: At my pace, I hit Mile 6 after the sun has risen and made it above the tree line.  The bright sunlight reveals the line of runners stretching ahead and behind Approaching Mile 6, the finish line on the left comes into view.  If running the 10K, it’s only a few hundred metres to go to the finish and my ...[Read More]

All aboard the Knutsford Express

All aboard the Knutsford Express to Negril for Reggae Marathon Sweet 16!  Fares and Schedules are listed below (keep this handy).  You can book directly at this link:  Knutsford Express Reggae Marathon.  Travel in air-conditioned comfort with somebody else doing the driving…what better way to get to Reggae Marathon this December 3! FARES & SCHEDULE: Prepaid Roundtrip Same Day Roundtrip P ...[Read More]

Week in Rio

It’s been quite the week in Rio!  And it’s not over yet! Last night was historic for Omar McLeod who made history for Jamaica winning GOLD in the Men’s 110 M Hurdles in 13.05! BRONZE medal for Shericka Jackson in Women’s 400 M Final with a time of 49.85. It’s her first Olympic Games.  The future looks bright! Lightening struck thrice…Usain Bolt’s 3rd GOLD ...[Read More]

The Reggae Marathon Dream

The Reggae Marathon Dream began with a group of runners who called themselves The Jamdammers. These Jamdammers were dedicated runners who met each week to run around the natural trail edging the Mona Reservoir…Dam…in Kingston.  If you want to get to the roots of Reggae Marathon, this is the place to go for a run! The Jamdammers have regular weekend group runs followed up with socializi ...[Read More]