MEMBERS of the Bahamas Roadmasters Running Club, with its 60-strong membership, have announced the return of their Midnight Madness 10K Fun Run/Walk on Labour Day morning, June 3 at 12:01am starting and ending at Arawak Cay.
WITH COVID-19 restrictions being lifted and more sporting activities resuming, the Bahamas Roadmasters Running Club is eager to get its 60-strong membership back on the road running again.
The club, which has been affected just like all of the sporting bodies since the outbreak of COVID- 19 in 2020, is pleased to announce the return of their Midnight Madness 10K Fun Run/Walk on Labour Day morning, June 3 at 12:01am starting and ending at Arawak Cay.
COVID-19 safety protocols will be in effect and all participants will be provided with runners’ safety lights. The traffic division of the RBPF will provide escort for everyone’s safety on the road.
“We want all fitness enthusiasts to come out and walk or run with us as we light up West Bay St in support of this year’s chosen Charity, R.E.A.C.H. (Autism Support Group),” said Anastasia Turnquest, the first female elected as president of the BRRC.
“Runners and walkers can enjoy the fresh ocean air as they move along the coastline having fun with BRRC and jumpstart their long holiday weekend”.
Turnquest also expressed her appreciation to their sponsors, Sun-Tee; Global Insurance Agency; Bahamian Brewery (Sands Beer); Caribbean Bottling Company and J. S. Johnson.
Refreshments will be served after the event.
Registration is online at active.com, at Bahamas Welding & Fire in Centerville every Saturday from 10am to 1pm or by contacting us at bahamasroadmasters@ gmail.com. On-site daily registration for Midnight Madness is at Four Seasons Nursery, Infant View Rd. West, Chippingham from 10am - 4:30pm Monday - Saturdays.
Bahamas Roadmasters Runniing Club was formed in 1990 with a mandate to advance the sport of long distance running in The Bahamas. In addition to the Midnight Madness race, the club also holds the annual Bahamas Half Marathon, 10K & 5K Race Series set to be held in November.