Join 13.1 Marathon Fort Lauderdale
Part of a series of “13.1 Marathon”-themed half-marathon races staged around the country throughout the spring, summer and fall, the 13.1 Marathon Fort Lauderdale saw its first annual running in November 2008, when nearly 1,400 runners crossed the finish line with a view of the crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean over their shoulders in Fort Lauderdale’s South Beach Park.
Thousands of runners crossed the finish line each year, for a race that’s run along course that’s largely fast and flat and features plenty of views of the ocean, especially in the middle stretches of the race. Runners can expect a course at the Fort Lauderdale 13.1 Marathon that offers a point-to-point course over a route made up entirely of paved city streets and highways.
Enjoy a scenic course featuring the Downtown and Las Olas areas along with a unique run through the Henry Kinney Tunnel. Shoot out to A1A and run along the beach for a scenic course with a grand post-race beach party at South Beach Park.
Course HighlightsMichelob ULTRA Fort Lauderdale 13.1 presented by Hyundai Hope on Wheels participants will embark on a course that takes them through bustling downtown Fort Lauderdale, into the Henry E Kinney Tunnel and then to the picturesque neighborhood of Rio Vista. Runners will then cross the Andrews Avenue Bridge to head down the famous East Las Olas Blvd. where they will then finish on the sandy beaches along A1A for the post-race party.
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