A ten mile running race (50th annual) along South Jersey's ocean front that utilizes chip timing. A must for runners looking for something slightly different form the traditional road race. Seven and one half miles are on the beach. The remaining two and one half miles are on a blacktop macadam boardwalk. The race occurs at low tide which means you will not be running on soft sand, but on hard packed sand similar to a dirt trail. The course is traffic free and flat. Visit http://sicbp/IslandRun.aspx for more information.
No walkers or extremely slow runners please! Since this is an evening race, it will be totally dark on the beach by the time walkers and extremely slow runners finish. This creates a safety hazard. Consequently, a time cap of 2 hours and 30 minutes is necessary.
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