Run Barbados with us - Women's Running

Run Barbados with us

Author: Women's Running Magazine

Read Time:   |  August 18, 2016

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Head to Barbados this winter for a race experience like no other. The Run Barbados Marathon Weekend on the 2-4 December promises to be a fun and exhilarating, and this year the event will be extra special as the island celebrates 50 years of independence.

Barbados is a fantastic sporting destination and each year it plays host to
a wealthy of spectator and participatory sports such as: Polo, Sandy Lane Gold Cup, Cricket, Open Water Swimming, Surfing, Rugby and of course the Run Barbados Marathon Weekend.

We’re excited about it – that’s what our consultant editor Tina Chantrey will be there to take on the The Run Barbados Marathon Weekend 10K race. And you could run with her!

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A UNIQUE EXPERIENCE
The Run Barbados Marathon Weekend has something for everyone, with five events to choose from that are suitable for runners of all abilities. You can run for fun, run for a cause, or just run to run.

Participants will have the opportunity to run along the shores of some of the best beaches in Barbados, as well as through the capital city, Bridgetown, which is also a UNESCO World heritage site.

And it’s not all about the running. Fuel up at the pasta party on the Friday. On Saturday you can look forward to an afternoon after-race party with a DJ, and lots of food and drink. Then wrap up the weekend at Sunday’s beach party, or on the Barbados party cruise.

Make sure you don’t miss this amazing experience. For full details of all Run Barbados Marathon Weekend events, visit runbarbados.org.

YOU CAN RUN WITH US!
Want to run round this tropical paradise with us? Join Women’s Running’s consultant editor Tina Chantrey for the The Run Barbados Marathon Weekend 10K race. Packages are available from £1,085 per person*. Email [email protected] or call 020 3663 1066 for package information.

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