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IYC Crew Run to the Beat FunRun

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Date(s) - Jan 24, 2015
09:00 am - 01:00 pm

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Isle De Sol Marina

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IYC Crew RUN TO THE BEAT FUNRUN 2015 for charity is 24th January 2014 at Isle de Sol Marina, on the Dutch side of St Maarten.

The idea is to run or walk as many kilometers as possible between 9.00am and 1pm. We celebrate the funrun with a crew BBQ and pool party for all crew (even if you didn’t take part) from 1pm followed by a ‘green ’ costume party, at the Fat Turtle Bar, in Isle De Sol Marina.

A $10 donation is payable on the day in cash to take part in the funrun and/or BBQ. For each KM completed by crew, a donation of $1 is welcome. This is collected on the day so don’t forget cash! All money collected is donated to charity. The crew completing the most KMs, competing in the best ‘green’ costume, the crew who individually runs the most KMs, will all win awesome prizes!

To be on the guest list for the BBQ in St Maarten,you need to register even if you don’t plan on taking part in the Limitless Marathon (due to security protocols in place at Isle de Sol Marina).

When running the marathon ‘green’ costumes are optional – a prize for the best costume will be awarded.

For details visit IYC and to register click here.

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