KLM Curaçao Marathon participants, Let's get you registered!
[DUTCH] Zondag 30 Juni 2019 is de 3e KLM Curaçao Scheveningen Beach Run op het Scheveningse Strand. Via onderstaande link kunt u zich daar voor inschrijven Click hier voor de registratie van de KLM Scheveningen Beach Run
Curaçao Marriott, New Start & Finish Hotel!
All Fees are including a personal start number with bib-tag, (online)time registration, a event (cotton) T-Shirt, free event App (Track & Trace) and a cool medal! Only for the 5 KM and 10 KM (walk or run) is no minimum age. The 9.7 KM and Half Marathon have a minimum age of 16. The Full Marathon has a minimum age of 18. The DRI FIT Finisher shirt, singlet and Pasta party are optional.
Runners from 34 countries experienced the Race: Aruba, Barbados, Belgium, Bonaire, Brasil, Canada, Curacao, China, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Germany, France, Finland, Great Britain, Italy, The Netherlands, Peru, Poland, Romania, Saint Kitts & Nevis, Sint-Martin, Spain, Slovenia, Suriname, Trinidad & Tobago, Venezuela, United States, Sweden and Switzerland. We hope to see you again in 2019!
The Marathon and half Marathon will take you along the waterfront of Curaçao, across the “swinging old lady”, the famous Queen Emma bridge pontoon bridge and even over one of the highest bridges in the world, the JulianaBridge, at 185 feetabove the sea! The 10 KM follows the same route but turns at the site of the pontoon bridge and continues the "Handelskade" with the typical Curaçao colored canal houses. The 5 KM is the half of the 10 KM course. The 9.7 KM Trail will take you through the peace and surprisingly beautiful nature around Piscadera Bay.
All partner Hotels along the parcours provides drinking water stations and (life) music. Radio Station Dolfijn FM will report the event and all residents along the parcours are invited to motivate and encourage the runners and walkers with cheers and music. The Start of the Marathon is 3.30 am (twice the half Marathon course), the Half Marathon starts at 5.30 am, the 10 KM at 06.30 am, the Trail 9.7 KM at 06.45 am and the 5 KM starts at 7.00 am. All distances will finish approximately at the same time at the Pool and famous beach of Curacao Marriott to celebrate together this unique Caribbean running event.
Entry fees are NON-REFUNDABLE and NON-TRANSFERABLE.
Participant must be able to complete the Full Marathon in 7 hours and the Half Marathon in 4 hours. Slower runners and walkers who are not able to keep the respective pace will be subject to street re-openings / bridge openings and will need to proceed using sidewalks and road breakdown lanes. Participants will still receive a finisher’s medal and official finisher's certificate. Until 8:30 am the Panton Bridge is closed (unless a force majeure at the Ocean occurs). When the bridge is open, you can use a free ferry to cross the water. The Tail, 10 KM and 5 KM participant can finish until 10.00 am
A participant must have reached the minimum age specified by the Organiser for a specific Event on the day of the Event in question (for the Marathon this is 18 years, for the Half Marathon -and Trail 16 years, for the 10 KM run 14 years, 10 KM walk -and 5 KM run or walk no age limit).
You must be in good health and physically prepared to run the Curaçao Marathon, Half Marathon, Trail, 10 KM or 5KM.
If you are registered for the Curaçao Marathon you may finish as a Half Marathoner and be scored as an official Curaçao Half Marathon finisher except you may receive an Curaçao Marathon medal. No registered Curaçao Half Marathon participant will be scored as a Full-marathon finisher if he/she chooses to do the Full marathon. You will be considered a bandit runner.
Race numbers are required to participate. NO BANDITS!
NO race day registration.
NO coaches, skateboards, baby joggrs, bikes, dogs or in-line skates will be allowed on the course.
NO confirmation cards will be mailed. Instead, your registration confirmation will be emailed. The registration query is available on the homepage.
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Participation is at participants own risk