KPMG Round The Grounds Race On March 10

March 1, 2019

The KPMG Round The Grounds Race is set to be held on March 10, with a number of age categories to be included.

A spokesperson said, “Enjoy the scenic beauty of Bermuda’s Botanical Gardens while cheering on your children in the KPMG Round the Grounds running races on Sunday, March 10, 2019. Races start at 1:00pm, and age groups range from 4 year olds who run the 400 meter course, right through to teens in the 13-18 year old race and relay category where they tackle 2.1 miles.

“Parents and guardians are encouraged to sign up their young athletes early, as this year’s participation will be limited to the first 500 runners. Register online at, or pick up a registration form at Sportseller in Washington Mall. Deadline for paper entries is 4:45pm, Wednesday, March 6 and 5:00pm Friday, March 8 for online entries.

“Number pickup takes place on Saturday, March 9 from Noon to 2:00pm at the National Sports Centre Pavilion. Late registration, at an additional charge, will also be available at this time.

“If past years are any indication, it will be a fun day for all our athletes and those cheering them on. All racers will receive a participation medal following their race, and then can join their families and friends to enjoy all the activities taking place on race day. This includes include crafts, organised by Masterworks, a bouncy castle, Ashley’s Lemonade, delicious food and other treats like popcorn and cotton candy – there’s something for everyone.

“Round the Grounds is run by MAAC and sponsored by KPMG. We are extremely grateful to the Tucker family who allow parking at the Lagoon property, the grass area opposite Botanical Gardens on South Road. Please arrive early to ensure ample time before the first race starts, as the road and parking can become quite busy. Results will be posted on

“For more information about the event, please contact the Race Directors, Claire de ste Croix at or Ashley Couper at

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  1. Rather ironic, really!!
    KPMG has moved away from the Front Street Mile in favour of…….
    Really, K.P.M.G.???