305 Half Marathon city
305 Half
Welcome to the main event

A mostly fast and very flat — and highly scenic — run through the streets of Miami and Miami Beach await the more than 3,000 runners and walkers who come out each year for the 305 Half Marathon. Formerly 13.1 Miami Beach, this fast, flat and coastal course will have you running like you live here.

Register and Receive

Register for the 305 Half Marathon and receive the following:

  • 305-inspired finisher medal. (2019 pictured right)
  • High-quality, technical performance race shirt. (2020 pictured right)
  • Scenic ocean-side course views.
  • On-course “only in Miami” flair with enhanced DJ sets and pacers running with speakers providing mobile music.
  • Cafecitos provided on race morning.
  • 305 Drive on-course speed challenge starting at the 15K split (half marathon distance only).
  • Professional event timing.
  • Enhanced post-race finish festival amenities:
    • Vendors offering product information and samples.
    • Enhanced music and entertainment.
    • Pots & Pans station for athletes to celebrate getting a PR!
    • Photo opportunities and much more!
  • Awards for top finishers.
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Packet Pickup

All participants must pick-up their race packet.  There will be race morning packet pick up and registration. Please bring a photo ID to the pick-up location in order to retrieve your race packet.  You may pick-up on behalf of other participants- a copy of the participant’s photo ID is required.

> View the 2020 Schedule

Athletes in Wheelchairs

The 305 Half Marathon always welcomes athletes who use wheelchairs to participate, however, there will not be a hand cycle division. Due to safety issues on the course, and in accordance with the Paralympic Committee rules, NO hand cycle (hand bikes, hand crank devices or other mechanically gear driven devices) will be permitted in the race.

The race will abide by the rules and policies of the recognized governing bodies of the sports of wheelchair racing, which do not allow the use of mechanical gears found on hand bikes. For additional information contact Wheelchair Sports USA and the International Paralympic Committee.