Michelob ULTRA Fort Lauderdale 13.1® Marathon Course Details
November 9, 2014
Runner Start: 6:35 AM
Start Location: 163 SW 1st Avenue (new start: SW 1st Ave & SW 2nd St)
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Enjoy a scenic course featuring the Downtown and Las Olas areas along with a unique run through the Henry Kinney Tunnel. Shoot out to A1A and run along the beach for a scenic course with a grand post-race beach party at South Beach Park. This course is full of entertainment, photo opportunities and surprises for all!
Grab a friend and conquer the relay as a 2-person team and finish together. YES! You actually get to cross the finish line with your teammate. Read below for more details.
Team Member 1: Start: 6:35 a.m.
Start location: Team Member 1 should report to the start line at SW 1st Ave and SW 2nd St.
Distance: Approximately 4.7 miles
Team Member 2: Start: Team Member 2 should be at the exchange area at 6:35 a.m.
Start location: Team Member 2 should report to the exchange area at 241 South Fort Lauderdale Boulevard, Fort Lauderdale, FL 3316. The exchange area is on Las Olas and A1A.
Distance: Approximately 7.9 miles
(Team Member 1 will wait in the same relay exchange area and join Team Member 2).
Finish-Together: After Team Member 2 completes his/her leg, they will join Team Member 1 waiting at the exchange area to complete the last few kilometers of the race together. It is strongly recommended that you join up and finish together to ensure that you both receive your participant medal and have the opportunity to have your photo taken as you cross the finish line. Team members will each have the same bib number. Be aware of what your bib number is as you approach the transition area and look up for the sign relating to your number as well as recognizing your teammate.
Average low of 62° F; Average high of 75° F
Mile Markers & Split Times
Each mile marker will have a large clock displaying the "gun time" of the event.
Event Alert System
An Event Alert System will be displayed at each mile marker indicating the status of the race based on the current course and weather conditions:
||EVENT CANCELLED/EXTREME AND DANGEROUS CONDITIONS
||PARTICIPATION STOPPED/FOLLOW EVENT OFFICIAL INSTRUCTIONS
||POTENTIALLY DANGEROUS CONDITIONS
||SLOW DOWN/OBSERVE COURSE CHANGES/FOLLOW OFFICIAL INSTRUCTIONS/CONSIDER STOPPING
||LESS THAN IDEAL CONDITIONS
||SLOW DOWN/BE PREPARED FOR WORSENING CONDITIONS
||ENJOY THE EVENT/BE ALERT
- Heat - runners/walkers should slow down and drink plenty of water.
- Lighting/Hail/Tornado - runners/walkers should take cover at the closest shelter until the course is reopened.
Timing of the event has stopped and no awards will be given out at this time. Medical remains in place on course.
Black – "Cancelled" - Extreme dangerous conditions; Event cancelled, participation stopped – runners/walkers should stop, seek shelter and follow instructions from race staff, volunteers, and public safety officials.
There will be water and sports drink at all stations along the course and at the start/finish. All Aid Stations on the course will have personnel and portable toilets located nearby.
Portable toilets will be added in locations throughout the course. The portable toilets will be
located near each aid station.
For your safety and for the timely reopen of the streets to vehicular traffic, you must reach key locations by specified times or you will be required to take transportation provided.
- Partial lane closures will be utilized. Please stay inside the cones and obey all public safety officers and course marshals.
- PLEASE DO NOT START EARLY! Traffic and safety rules prohibit early starts. Early starters will be eliminated from the Official Results
SAG Wagon (support) and Back of the Pack Crew
The Back of the Pack Crew and SAG Wagon will signify the end of the field and the maximum 16-minutes 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 keep pace, the Crew will help you as you board the SAG Wagon. If you cannot maintain an 16-minute per mile pace, you will be required to board the support buses.
The streets of Fort Lauderdale are open for the runners, but it's the spectators that will help them get to the finish line. From start to finish, there are excellent opportunities to catch loved ones and friends running in the Allstate Life Insurance℠ Fort Lauderdale 13.1 Marathon®. As we get closer to race day, we will give you more information on some of the best locations to enjoy the race.
Medical support during the Michelob ULTRA Fort Lauderdale 13.1® Marathon Series will be provided by health care professionals. Medical assistance will be available at each water station along the route providing medical assistance as needed. A fully-equipped medical facility will be located near the finish line.
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.
IMPORTANT: Each participant must complete the medical information form on the back of your bib number. Please take time to fill out your medical information and provide emergency contact information. This will make your important health care information available to heath care professionals in the event you are unable to communicate with them.
Our road races are made for the people and run by the people. We take pride in working with some of the greatest individual and volunteer groups in the world. If you are interested in supporting thousands of runners and walkers at Michelob ULTRA Fort Lauderdale 13.1® Marathon Series, send us an email with your name, phone number and what you might be interested in helping with. Here are some of the things we could use help with: water stations (groups of 10 or more), start line support, finish line support, course marshals, registration and packet pick-up support, logistics and set-up (these are the people who get to lift and move things and work at night!)
If you are interested in volunteering for this event or any others, please email us at .
Michelob ULTRA Fort Lauderdale 13.1® Marathon Series will have entertainment stations along the course. This includes: Bands, Performances, Cheer Squads, Community Group Aid Stations and Dj's pumping tunes that will keep you movin' all through out the fun-filled 13.1 mile course.
There are many highlights to performing for Michelob ULTRA Fort Lauderdale 13.1® Marathon Series. Group name and booking information listed on the Michelob ULTRA Fort Lauderdale 13.1® Marathon Series web site. Group signage may also be displayed at your performance location as long as it does not interfere with the race. (Signage may only be 3'x6').
Time: Michelob ULTRA Fort Lauderdale 13.1® Marathon Series begins at 6:35 AM, which means your group must be at their assigned location by 7 AM. Everyone will finish by 12 PM, with some groups ending earlier, depending on your location on the course.
Where: Along the 13.1 mile half marathon course. Performance locations will be confirmed.
Equipment: All groups will be responsible for supplying their own equipment. Michelob ULTRA Fort Lauderdale 13.1® Marathon Series will provide access to electricity, either from a business or a generator.
All HALF MARATHON and 5K finishers will receive a medal upon crossing the finish line.
Awards & Medals
All participants that complete the half marathon and 5K race at the Michelob ULTRA Fort Lauderdale 13.1® Marathon will receive a unique finisher's medal.
All age group award medals will be distributed from the Results tent at the finish line on race day - so don't forget to stop by, get your official finishing time and check if you won an award!
Custom designed award medals will be awarded 3 deep in each of the below age group for both males and females.
Age Group Breakdown
|14 & under
Please note that all age group awards are based on chip time, NOT gun time. However, open winners and course records will be determined according to gun time.