Welcome to the Port Charlotte running home page! Road Race Place provides a detailed listing of Port Charlotte 5k races, 10k races, marathons and more, the links above will direct you to race calendars, rankings, and ratings for all of your local Port Charlotte events. You can help us out by rating your favorite (and least favorite) Port Charlotte races to help determine which races rank the highest in Port Charlotte, in the state of Florida and in the nation.
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This is my second time running this race. It was cold and windy and beautiful and I LOVED IT! I convinced my boyfriend to run it with me this year. He is not a runner and he did really well too. Plus the shirts were much MUCH cuter this year as opposed to last year. Had a great time.
Date Posted: 2014-01-18
Frosty 5k Liked the race - 2013 Race By: C. C. - (Sarasota, FL)
Super race, professionally organized and conducted, family friendly environment, great looking t-shirts, early packet pickup very efficient, plenty of photographers before, during and after the race
My first 5k and the event photographer did a mediocre job at best. Why wasn't the photographer placed at the finish line, why are their multiple pictures of the same person? Why is it so much money if you can't be promised a picture of every participant?
Man completes 26 marathons in 26 days 12/24/2013 - CNN On Thanksgiving Day, Jayson Black, 28, began his mission to raise awareness and money for a Las Vegas food bank by running 26 marathons in 26 days for a total of 681.2 miles.
Kipsang Sets World Record at Berlin Marathon 9/29/2013 - New York Times Wilson Kipsang of Kenya set a world record of 2:03:23 at the Berlin Marathon on Sunday. The previous record was held by Patrick Makau of Kenya at 2:03:38.