Half Marathon runners will line up in the start corral based on estimated finish time (faster in front).
There will be 11 aid stations with water and Gatorade along the course and at the start and finish line. All aid stations on the course will have personnel and portable toilets located nearby. Enjoy the refreshing spray station located at Mile 9!
We see you out there putting in the training to get ready for the Baptist Health 305 Half Marathon & 5k! Gatorade products are created specifically to help tough athletes like you replace the fluids and electrolytes lost when training and racing over prolonged periods. These products are backed by over 50 years of nutrition and hydration research at the Gatorade Sports Science Institute (GSSI). They deliver a 2:1 glucose:fructose blend that helps the body maximize carbohydrate absorption while minimizing GI distress. That means that with each serving, you’ll get the fluids and nutrients you need to dig deeper and work harder. Gatorade Formula will be available on-course at every aid station and you’ll find Energy Gels on-course delivering the fuel to unlock your best, start to finish.
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Medical assistance, provided by Miami Beach Fire Rescue and Miami Fire Rescue, will be available along the route as well as in a medical facility provided by Baptist Health South Florida located at the finish line. Mobile medical responders will also be stationed throughout the course.
Participants requiring medical assistance may be transported to one of the nearby hospitals and will be billed by the hospital and ambulance provider. Participants must give on-scene medical personnel the freedom to determine which facility will be utilized.
A special thanks to the great volunteer staff of medical professionals from Baptist Health, including the doctors, nurses and other medical professionals from across the organization.
A large number of portable toilets will be available at the start and finish area and along the course near every aid station. Please DO NOT relieve yourself on either private or public property along the course.
The back of the pack crew and SAG wagon will signify the end of the field and the maximum 16 minute per mile pace. They will not start timing until the last person crosses the start line and will be with you throughout the race. If you cannot maintain a 16-minute mile pace, you will be required to board the support buses.