RACE START: Dec 2 2018, 5:15 AM

What’s the perfect Christmas gift for the Reggae Marathon runner?

With just over a week to go now until Christmas, here are some great ideas for Christmas for the runner in your life.  Sally, are you listening?  It’s not too late. Get a running ID. I ran all the time at all times, and worry that if I get run over no one would identify me. Buy your runner a Runner’s World or Running Times magazine subscription. At less than $20 a year it’s a very good ...[Read More]

Reggae Marathon withdrawal symptoms

Am I the only one who is suffering from serious let down from the Reggae Marathon?  I’ve run in a lot of events over the years but the Reggae Marathon just seems to get under my skin…in a good way. Here are some of the withdrawal symptoms I’ve experienced over the past week: Cranky with the weather in the upper United States and Canada.  Snow, cold and ice.  It sure is a big change from the ...[Read More]

Special runners at the 2010 Reggae Marathon

Everyone at the Reggae Marathon is special.  Runners, organizers and especially the volunteers who took such good care of us before, during and after the event.  The 2010 Reggae Marathon again attracted special runners. Here are some of those people who ran in Reggae Marathon 2010.  It was a pleasure to have run with you: Reggae Marathon Lifetime Honourees: Burt Carlson, USA, 84 years old complete ...[Read More]

Only 359 days to Reggae Marathon 2011 in Negril, Jamaica

OK, maybe I’m overanxious about the Reggae Marathon but what’s not to love…and look forward to. Last week we got to catch up with Reggae Marathon friends we met in 2009 and trade war stories.   We also made new friends from Atlanta, Maine and get this, Japan! Staying at our hotel was a mid-70’s year old gentleman, Niida Akira who traveled all the way from Chiba, Japan just ...[Read More]