Harvest Half Marathon - 5/10k
Sept 20, 2015
Race starts at 8:am half / 10k 8:15am / 5k 8:30 am
Race date Sunday Sept 20- Race start times: Half 8:00 am, 10k -8:15, 5k -8:30
The course is all on paved roads along side our famous strawberry fields. All flat and great for your new PR that you have been looking for.
New to running?
This is the course for you, an all flat course along the famous Camarillo farm lands, gentle ocean breeze along the back portion of the main loop. You will be able to wave to your friends and family with about 3 miles to go as you enter the park area for the home stretch. Great for walkers and first time runners with a generous 4 hour time limit to complete your journey.
Middle of the pack guys and gals:
This is one of those courses that you can really get a PR (personal record) showing at. All flat, great scenery, fun people and very spectator friendly so smile for that camera.
Advanced and Elite runners:
Yes this is a USATF certified course that is all flat and waiting for you to step up, turn it on and burn up that old record of yours.
All Runners will receive:
Race day athlete tech t-shirt
Custom Goody bag with race day logo
Top 3 overall M/F in each race - Special Award
Top 3 each age group M/F - ALL RACE DISTANCES
Yes this course is a USATF Certified course # CA12115RS
|This is where you pickup your race bib #, timing chip, race day t-shirt, and goody bag. You can also review the race course map and ask race day related questions that you might have. This is your last chance to register for this race.... NO RACE DAY REGISTRATION|
What is a wave start and how does it work?
Wave starts are designed to reduce race start congestion and improve your race day running experience. In a wave start, runners start in groups at 2 minute intervals. This way you can run with others who are similar in speed. A wave start will allow you plenty of space along the course, at the aid stations and at the finish line, without affecting your chip time or the time you have to complete the race. On race day you will line up under / behind the banner that best fits your estimated running pace per mile, see chart below. Click Here