2019 RACE PHOTOS:
6th Annual Cocoa Beach Half Marathon 10K!
Sunday, October 11, 2020
7 a.m. Start time
Lori Wilson Park [1500 N Atlantic Ave, Cocoa Beach, FL 32931]
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Covid-19 & Event Management
Our race management team is closely following the Covid-19 situation and in regular contact with local health officials.Our races and overall events will follow the recommended guidelines of the State of Florida and also of USA Triathlon and USA Track & Field.Typical race amenities such as aid and water stations and portalets will remain, with an increased emphasis on sanitization.We at Smooth Running will continue to strive for a premium event experience for all our athletes, with hygiene and safety being paramount.
Off the coast you are very likely to see fishing boats, giant cruise ships, porpoises and diving birds. Once off the beach, you will head back onto A1A and a fabulous finish on I Dream of Jeannie Lane!
The race features the individual 13.1 miles marathon distance and a 1/2 marathon relay whereby two member teams run 6.55 miles each to share the glory. There is also a Genie costume division specifically for those who run in their
favorite Genie apparel and a Major Anthony Nelson division for those running in military uniform! There is a HARD 3.5 hour time limit for all entrants.
For this year, we are changing both the Half Marathon and Half relay to one 10-k race course with both the start and finish line near the historic finish line at Lori Wilson Park (I Dream of Jeannie Lane) in Cocoa Beach. Time limit to complete the 10K: TBD
Amenities will include a few musical acts along the course, tech shirts to all pre-registered runners, and a one-of-a-kind custom made and hand-painted Genie Bottle medal for all individual and relay member finishers!!
Check out our Genie Bottle medal to the left! It is 4″ tall and shaped like a genie bottle. Hand painted and one of the heaviest and certainly most unique finisher medals ever! Race Day – Sunday, October 11, 2020