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Road running season resumes with inaugural Rum to the Beach Race

Mid Atlantic Athletic Club will host the inaugural Rum to the Beach Race on Sunday (File photograph)

The road running season will resume with the inaugural Rum to the Beach Race taking centre stage tomorrow.

The 7.13-mile race is being presented by Goslings and Hamilton Princess and organised by the Mid Atlantic Athletic Club.

The course will see participants start from Dundonald Street in Hamilton, turn left onto Cedar Avenue and down Burnaby Street, travel along Front Street and East Broadway, The Lane, Harbour Road, Burnt House Hill, Middle Road, Lighthouse Hill before finishing at the Hamilton Beach Club (former Sonesta Beach Hotel).

Categories include both competitive and non-competitive running and walking featuring male and female participants between the ages of 16 and over 70 with prizes to be awarded to the top three finishers in each age groups.

The first Princess and Goslings Employee in the running division will also be awarded a prize.

The competitive running race begins at 9am and non-competitive run and walk at 8:30am.

Proceeds from the event will go in aid of non-profit charity The Women’s Resource Centre.

For further details visit racedayworld.com.

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Published January 07, 2023 at 7:54 am (Updated January 07, 2023 at 7:53 am)

Road running season resumes with inaugural Rum to the Beach Race

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