Gansett 1/2 Marathon


Please note that there will not be a Gansett Half Marathon in 2019 and beyond. The Narragansett Running Club is transitioning to a new roster of Club officers, and we’re taking a hiatus from hosting any events. The new group of officers will work with the club to decide what events we’ll put on going forward, so stay tuned to this website and the Gansett Half Facebook page for future updates. 

Thank you for running with us, and hopefully our paths will cross again in the future. 
​Happy running to you all!

Proceeds from the race will benefit the Narragansett Summer Youth Track Series, the Narragansett High School boys and girls track and field teams, and the Narragansett Running Club.The superb UASTF-certified course was thoughtfully designed with the athlete in mind and showcases some of the best of Narragansett: beautiful beaches, ocean views, the Point Judith Lighthouse, and the famous Narragansett Towers (which the runners pass under twice). 

gansett half light house 8.12.14

Runners will find the course generally flat and fast, which makes the Gansett Half an ideal “PR” race. Experienced runners from the Narragansett Running Club will serve as race-day pacers, for those looking to hit a specific time goal.  

As you complete your 13.1-mile journey, you’ll be treated to a lovely ocean view and a flat stretch of road along the Narragansett seawall – ideal conditions for a strong, fast finish. The finish area is very spectator-friendly, with a large grassy park where your friends and family can gather and capture great photos of your triumphant finish, with the ocean as a backdrop. Two videos afford you some great insight into the course – one that previews the full 13.1-miles, and also an aerial view of one of the most scenic stretches of the course that runners will pass along twice. 

Cash prizes will be awarded to the first, second, and third place man and woman, and awards will be given to the top three male/females in the following age categories: 18 and under, 19-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+. (No duplicates).

Both miles and half miles will be marked. Runners will pass fluid stations six times and POWER GEL will be available after mile 7. Both water and Gatorade will be available at each station.

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