RACE START: Dec 2 2018, 5:15 AM

Have you had your banana today?

Give me a banana.  Actually, make that two!  And don’t wait for the bananas at the end of the Reggae Marathon in addition to the fresh cut coconut.  Eat a banana before the race as you make your way to the start line December 3.  It turns out that bananas contain three natural sugars, sucrose, fructose and glucose that combined with the natural fibre releases an instant and sustained energy boost. ...[Read More]

Reggae Marathon Essentials, Part 2

The Reggae Marathon doesn’t end when you cross the finish line.  It may feel that way heading down the finish chute and hearing the finish line announcer shout out names above the sounds of the reggae music.  I’ve had lots of those experiences over the years, but it’s the after-the-finish experience at the Reggae Marathon that I look forward to. Make sure you get your finisher’s medal.  They are r ...[Read More]

Reggae Marathon Memories of Negril

I have so many positive memories of Negril. Some go back to a ‘kinder gentler time’, or at least that’s how my memory chooses to retain them while others are more recent.  All are connected by the 7 miles of white sand that make Negril a world-class beach.  I’m something of a beach bum and sun worshipper; adding the Reggae Marathon to the Negril vacation experience is the icing on the ...[Read More]