Bermuda Marathon Weekend Starts On Friday

January 17, 2019

[Updated] Numerous runners will be hitting the streets when the Bermuda Marathon Weekend takes place from January 18th to 20th; with the Front Street Mile to be held on Friday, January 18th, the 10K on Saturday, January 19th and the Bermuda Half Marathon and Marathon on Sunday. Locals are urged to come 0ut and cheer the runners on, and for those who cannot make it, Bernews will be live streaming from the race finish lines.

Update 10.11am: A Government spokesperson said, “As the public is aware, Bermuda Marathon Weekend events get underway tomorrow [18 January], and the Ministry of Public Works is reminding of the road restrictions/closures that will be in place tomorrow through 20, January.

“The public is encouraged to plan ahead to avoid traffic delays.

“Tomorrow, 18, January 2019: Front Street Mile from 6.00 p.m. – 10.00 p.m., the following road closures will be in effect:

  • Starting at Crow Lane from the junction of Spurling Hill to the City of Hamilton’s eastern boundary on Front Street. All westbound traffic will be diverted off Crow Lane up Spurling Hill and along Reid Street.

“Saturday 19, January 2019: 10 K Race and Charity Walk from 8.45 a.m. – 11.30 a.m., road restrictions/closures include:

  • Middle road [from Corkscrew Hill to Flatts near Harrington Sound Road junction], north shore road [middle road, Flatts to Barkers Hill], Parsons Road, Montpelier Road, Roberts Avenue, Frog Lane, Old Military Road and Gymnasium Road.

“Sunday 20, January 2019: Marathon and Half Marathon from 7.30 a.m. – 11.30 a.m., road restrictions will be in place in the following areas:

  • Front Street, Hamilton, Crow Lane, Trimingham Road, South Road, Devils Hole Hill, Harrington Sound Road, Middle Road, Flatts Village, North Shore Road, Spanish Point Road, St. John’s Road, Pitts Bay Road and City of Hamilton.”

The full 2019 Bermuda Marathon Race Weekend Schedule follows below [PDF here]:

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