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The Royal Gazette Bermuda Triangle Challenge
January 17th – 19th, 2020

Come meet 3-time Olympian Suzy Favor Hamilton at the Pre-Race Pasta Dinner, presented by Chubb.
The dinner will take place Saturday, January 18 from 6:00-8:00pm at the Hamilton Princess.
Tickets are available for $48 each (including gratuities) and can be purchased when registering, or added to an existing registration through your Active.com account.
Spaces are limited so reserve your spot now!

Friday, January 17th

Butterfield Front Street Mile (7:00PM)

(1st race in The Royal Gazette Bermuda Triangle Challenge series)

Saturday, January 18th

BF&M 10k Run & Walk  (9:00AM)

(2nd race in The Royal Gazette Bermuda Triangle Challenge series)

Sunday, January 19th

PwC Bermuda Marathon (7:00AM) & PwC Bermuda Half Marathon (9:00AM)

NEW course for the marathon starts at the Royal Naval Dockyard

(3rd race in The Royal Gazette Bermuda Triangle Challenge series)

Friday – Sunday, January 17th – 19th

The Royal Gazette Bermuda Triangle Challenge “3 races in 3 days”

See Race Info for details.

Testimonials

  • testimonial shot two runners
    My dad and I had been running together for a little over a year when he decided he wanted to run his first half marathon. If you know my dad, you know he doesn't do anything unless it's big. A few days later he called me up and said we were going to Bermuda! Throughout the weekend the community all around the island showed up outside their homes, at churches and stores, and all along the courses to cheer on the fast and the slow until the very end!
    Stephanie DeMars
  • testimonial shot female runner
    Bermuda is my favorite place in the world, with gorgeous views and a warm and welcoming running community. The Bermuda Triangle Challenge, which I completed in 2016, is a wonderful opportunity to get to know this beautiful island and make lifelong memories.
    Sharon Chapman
  • testimonial shot CG
    What I like most about the Bermuda Triangle Challenge is the 'runners atmosphere.' It’s the positive (sometimes nervous) energy that is released into the air as we all come together for one thing: running and the love of running. I love that I also get to welcome and support visiting runners in some small way and I’ve made friends with some pretty amazing people who have run the globe.
    Carol Griffith