Trinidad & Tobago International Marathon

Race Info

5K

The Trinidad and Tobago International 5K the lead up to the International Marathon, an historic event in Trinidad and Tobago starts and ends at the Queens Park Savannah, the largest round-a-bout in the World and at its 200 years of existence. Runners will experience an exciting event where the national Carnival celebrations take place and within view of the magnificent seven historic buildings along the finish stretch. This fun run/walk traverses a certified course on a relatively flat and undulating route in the capital city of Port of Spain, where runners meet and socialize, making the perfect holiday for the entire family in the warm Caribbean. “Where people want to race.”

5K
Date Saturday, 26th January 2019
Start Time 4:00 pm
Start Location Top of Woodford Street (‘Casuals Corner’), Queen’s Park Savannah
End Location White Hall, Queen’s Park Savannah
Cut-Off Time 5:45 pm
Est. Participants 1,500
Registration Fees 18th Jul, 2018 to 31st Oct, 2018 (Early Bird):
$15 USD ($105 TTD) *


1st Nov, 2018 to 14th Jan, 2019:
$17 USD ($120 TTD) *

Registration Options Online Registration:
Via RaceRoster.com
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Medals for all finishers.

Collection of Race Packages on Wednesday 23rd and Thursday 24th January 2019 from 9:00am to 5:00pm at All Sport Promotions, #48 Ana Street, Woodbrook.

Participants must walk with confirmation letter and form of ID to collect. (If collecting for a friend, you must have a copy of the person’s ID.)

There will be NO package collection on Race Weekend. All packages must be collected on specified days. Special arrangements will be made for International athletes arriving on weekend.

Water Stations 2 water stations
* Estimated rate of $7 TTD to $1 USD

5K Course Detail

The TTIM 5K route starts just at the top of Woodford Street, South of the Queen’s Park Savannah (QPS). The run goes West on St. Clair Avenue, up Elizabeth Street to Serpentine Road, right again back to the Savannah passing Sam Lords Castle and Agriculture Roundabout. Runners make one full loop of the QPS and return to the finishline at White Hall.