3 Races. 3 Days. 1 Beautiful Island.
For more than 45 years, runners from around the world have traveled to Bermuda in January to run in paradise. The Royal Gazette Bermuda Triangle Challenge offers something for everyone: from a mile race to a 10k walk/run to a half or full marathon, or – for the truly adventurous – the Half or Full Bermuda Triangle Challenge.
The recently redesigned PwC Bermuda Marathon course is IAAF certified and a Boston Qualifier and lets participants take a running tour of the island with a start in the historic Royal Naval Dockyard and a finish in downtown Hamilton. The PwC Bermuda Half Marathon makes a perfect training run for spring marathons, such as Boston and London, especially if you want to escape the snow and cold of harsh winters! While Bermuda’s weather in January is unpredictable, the average high is 70F and the average low is 60F, and more than half of the days are filled with clear, blue skies and sunshine!
The Royal Gazette Bermuda Triangle Challenge is better than ever, featuring an improved Race Expo, enhanced on-course support and entertainment, and epic post-race celebrations. And, new as of 2020, participants in any of the races can choose to raise money for one of four local Bermuda charities, or a charity of their choosing, through the online global fundraising platform GivenGain.
The Royal Gazette Bermuda Triangle Challenge makes the perfect RUN-cation. What are you waiting for? Register NOW! Can YOU survive the Bermuda Triangle Challenge?