Our 14th annual Thanksgiving 5K run/walk and 1 mile fun run for kids.
Sickle Cell 5000 is an annual event held during the month of September, to increase awareness of Sickle Cell Disease and Sickle Cell trait. Cortney Vega Sport Athletic Foundation, Sickle Cell Miami Foundation, and System Miami, Inc., have partnered to raise funds, awareness, and celebrate those children living with sickle cell disease and sickle cell trait. Help us Break the Sickle Cycle!
Portion of the proceeds from from the event help support Run 4 A Cause Foundation, a foundation that provides disadvantaged youth with the opportunity to play in local sports programs. Amenities Shirts for all registered participants.
Online registration: http://www.mountdorahalfmarathon.com/online-registration
$45.00 (January 1 - March 30)
$55.00 (April 1 - June 30)
$65.00 (July 1 - September 30)
$75.00 (October 1 - November 30)
$85.00 (December 1 - December 15)
(Plus SignUp Fee)
5K Run / Walk - $35.00 (Plus SignUp Fee)
$25.00 (January 1 - March 30)
$28.00 (April 1 - June 30)
$30.00 (July 1 - September 30)
$35.00 (October 1 - November 30)
$40.00 (December 1 - December 15)
(Plus SignUp Fee)
Online registration closes on December 15, 2017
Race Day Registration Pricing:
Half Marathon - $95.00
5K run/walk - $40.00
Saturday December 16, 2017:
EXPO Packet Pick-Up from 11:00AM until 5:00PM
530 North Donnelly
Mount Dora, FL 32757
Sunday December 17th, 2016 (Race Day):
Race Day Packet Pick-Up from 5:30AM until 7:00AM
100 North Donnelly Street in the Park
Half Marathon Starts at 7:00 AM on December 17th 2017
5K Run / Walk Starts at 7:15 AM on December 17th 2107
The half marathon is a USATF Certified Course (#FL12108EBM).
Please Visit www.mountdorahalfmarathon.com for complete information.
We regret to inform you that due to the significant impact of Hurricane Irma here in Islamorada, we must postpone the Islamorada Half Marathon, 10K & Beach N’ Beer Mile to February 3rd & 4th, 2018.
Following Hurricane Irma, we believed that the original dates of December 9th & 10th would still work for our event given the three month window of time for clean up efforts in the Keys. However, despite the immediate progress and resiliency from our residents and businesses, there is still much to do. Therefore, after recent evaluations with the local authorities we have come to the conclusion that a postponement is necessary.
Please know that the Village of Islamorada as well as the rest of the Florida Keys still very much looks forward to hosting our event and encourages all to attend our new dates. As tourism is the driving force behind the Keys economy, it is more important than ever to visit our beautiful paradise. We just ask for a little more time to clean up and get our businesses ready.