It’s incredible that it’s only five short months away from the 6th annual running of the
Susan G. Komen Bahamas Race for the Cure® 5k
and the 7th annual running of
Marathon Bahamas is on pace to sell out for 2016.
You can register individually or as a group. You can run for your special charity and make a special donation.
There are already 17 countries represented and 19 states. Do not wait. Reserve your space at the starting line NOW!
Registration fees increase midnight Monday, September 14.
Register now and save big.
WHAT IS MARATHON BAHAMAS?
MB is a community-based non-profit event whose goal is to provide a quality event to both the community and participants. 100% of all the proceeds stay in The Bahamas and are disbursed to our five beneficiaries: Cancer Society of The Bahamas, Sister Sister Support Group, Grand Bahama Cancer Association, Princess Margret Hospital Foundation, Bahamas Breast Cancer Initiative. To date, excluding 2015, disbursements have exceeded $350,000.
Our Weekend of Events attracts more than 900 volunteers – the vast majority who have returned year after year via organized groups. These volunteers are the backbone of our event. We are happy that many runners are registering early this year. We so cannot wait to welcome you to our Island Paradise.
What is your plan for training in the summer heat? Here are some tips if you are already into your six-month MB training.
Congratulations to Mr. Frank “Pancho” Rahming (Director of SIRW) on receiving the 2015 IAAF Veterans Pin from the NACAC Region.
Thank you for your hard work, loyalty & dedication to Track & Field and Race Weekend. Read more.
BAHAMAS RACE FOR THE CURE® 5K
Registration will open in early October. Form a team by engaging your family, friends and colleagues – all for a most worthy cause –
Click here to book. Click here for terms and conditions.
Use the following when prompted: Certificate number – 1512F4HS and Redemption code – 18NQFUAJA
Sunshine Insurance Race Weekend is in its tenth annual running of the marathon, half marathon, relay and its ninth running and partnership with the Susan G. Komen Bahamas Race for the Cure® 5K, January 19-20, 2019.