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RACE START: Dec 2 2018, 5:15 AM

$15 Million goal at PanCaribbean’s Sigma Corporate Run

PanCaribbean’s Sigma Corporate Run 2011 is hoping to raise $15 Million for the Victoria Jubilee Hospital’s Neo-Natal Care Unit. The event, which is in its 13th year, will partner with The National Health Fund (NHF) and Reggae Marathon to hold Jamaica’s largest road race on Sunday, February 20, 2011. Walkers, runners and persons in wheelchairs will participate in this 5.6k (3.5mile) race starting a ...[Read More]

2010 Reggae Marathon video: “Vibrations Positive”

The 2010 Reggae Marathon was special for a number of reasons: It rained toward the end of the Pasta Party and got us all giddy with excitement as we scrambled to eat and stay dry. The cooling rain at the start of the Reggae Marathon Saturday morning was also welcome. The post-race Victory Party on the beach was fantastic! We saw old friends and met some new ones. And it was the 10th anniversary of ...[Read More]

Navin Sadarangani’s Reggae Marathon

I first learned about the annual marathon in Jamaica early in 2010. Back then I was in the Bahamas and I wanted to use the Reggae Marathon trip to visit my brother & his family in Jamaica. During one of our training runs in March with my friends from the ‘Bahamas Road Masters’ running group, the topic came up and while a couple of others seemed interested too.  By September I was committed to ...[Read More]

Could you run the Reggae Marathon barefoot?

How much would you pay for a hat that made you stupid? Just think of it… what sort of value would you place on a magic piece of headgear that could suddenly make all of your knowledge inaccessible and all of your know-how unusable? If you’re like most people, not only would you refuse to pay money for such a hat, but you’d likely also avoid wearing one at all costs. It simply doesn’t make se ...[Read More]