The Trinidad and Tobago International Marathon is in its 36th year of historic existence. Our certified course is flat and undulating and will traverse approximately five communities towards the capital, Port of Spain, and the largest Round-A-Bout in the World, The Queen’s Park Savannah celebrating 200 years. The race encapsulates Trinidad and Tobago’s multicultural society where runners meet and socialize. Runners can experience the Spirit of Carnival during their stay, at the post race Village, and enjoy the experience of some of the best cultural foods in the World, making the perfect destination holiday for friends and family in the warm Caribbean. “Where people want to race!”
The Relay caters for teenagers, Secondary schools and Open, Clubs and Corporate companies.
|Marathon Relay for Schools and Open (6 Legs)|
|Date||Sunday Jan 21st, 2018|
|Start Time||5:30 am|
|Start Location||St. Mary’s Junction, Freeport|
|Handover Zones||There are 5 change over zones at approximately 4.37 miles each, and they will be marked with Relay Zone signs:
|End Location||Queen’s Park Savannah, Port-of-Spain|
|Cut-Off Time||11:30 am|
|Est. Participants||100 teams (teams of 2, 3, or 6 persons)|
|Registration Fees||Aug 1st, 2017 – Oct 31st, 2017:
Nov 1st, 2017 – Jan 12th, 2018:
|Registration Options||Online Registration:
Via RaceRoster.com which is open to all participants until Jan 12th, 2018
|Registration Closes||Jan 12th, 2018|
|Water Stations||23 water stations|
|Transport||To be advised.
Leg 1 – Start line;
Leg 2 – Mag Wheel Centre, Montrose;
Leg 3 – Munroe Road Junction;
Leg 4 – Entrance to Eteck Park, Frederick Settlement;
Leg 5 – Eastern Main Road at 18 mile marker (after Mt D’or but before Mt. Lambert traffic lights);
Leg 6 – Western end of CGA building on Eastern Main Road (opposite the road to Success Laventille School);
Relay finishing at Whitehall, Queen’s Park Savannah.