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Dec 3

Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon, Half-Marathon & Relay

December 3, 2017

Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon, Half-Marathon & Relay - Race Connections

Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon 2017

Sure, you could run just about anywhere in the world! But wouldn’t you prefer to run on a safe, beautiful Caribbean island, surrounded by tropical flora and fauna, charming homes flawlessly landscaped and magnificent views of the sea? Well, come run with us in the Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon!

The Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon takes place on the first Sunday in December every year. The 2017 event will take place on Sunday, 3 December. The event consists of a full marathon, half marathon, 4-person relay and a Kids Fun Run.

The race is only in its 15th year but we’re growing! Our reputation is that of a intimate, warm, friendly, well organised event, and we hope you’ll come and experience it for yourself.

Registration fee includes:
– Bib number
– Timing chip (to be returned after race)
– Commemorative runner tech shirt or tank top
– Specially designed 2017 finisher’s medal
– Sponsors swag bag

Race Date & Time
The Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon, Half-Marathon and 4-Person Relay all begin at 5AM on Sunday, 3 December 2017. The Kids Fun Run begins at 10:30am.

The Marathon course is a looped one. Walkers are welcome to walk the half marathon as the course will be open for six (6) hours.

The relay teams are made up of four (4) persons, and can be co-ed. Each team member runs approximately 6.5 miles. One timing chip is issued to each team, and each team member wears that chip when he/she runs his/her leg. There will be shuttles to take runners on the relay teams between the Start/Finish line and the Turnaround Point where the chips are exchanged.

The race begins and ends in front of Breezes by the Bay Restaurant in the beautiful Waterfront area of George Town!

Packet Pick-Up Dates and Times
– Packet pick-up will take place on Saturday, 2 December from 9:00am to 3:00pm, venue TBC. For those runners who are travelling from overseas and arriving after
– Packet Pick Up is over, there will be a courtesy packet pick up desk in the lobby of host hotel.
– You must pick up your own race packet and bib number prior to the race. There is no packet pick-up on race day.
– A photo ID will be required to pick up your race packet.
– No packets will be mailed.

Weather
The Cayman Islands is a warm weather destination year-round but we selected one of the cooler days of the year for you to come and run with us. Expect the start line temperature to be in the low 70s meandering into the higher 70’s by the end of the race.

Race Timing
The Intertrust Cayman Islands Marathon uses the AMB Transponder timing system. All participants will receive a timing chip in their race packet distributed at Packet Pick Up on Saturday, 2 December. A $109 charge will be assessed if the chip is not returned. Participants MUST wear their chip. No chip, No Time.

Looking for Teammate(s)?
Are you interested in running the team relay but you can’t find any teammmates? We can help you find a teammate. Just click here to complete an application form and someone will contact you. We cannot guarantee we’ll find you a team but we will do our very best!

Refund Policy
There are no refunds or transfers of registration to other runners. ALL REGISTRATIONS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE AND NON-TRANSFERABLE. However, registrations can be deferred for ONE YEAR at a cost of US$20. To do this, log back into your Race Roster account and choose DEFERRAL ONLY.

Parking
Please do not park along the route as we are trying to minimise the amount of vehicles on the course. There are many empty parking lots in George Town on Sunday morning so please utilise those.

Please note that NO coaches, skateboards, baby joggers, bikes, dogs, support vehicles or inline skates will be allowed on the course.

Organiser

Cayman Islands Marathon
Phone:
+1 345-623-8822
Email:
info@caymanislandsmarathon.com
View Organiser Website

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