Runners, get ready for the inaugural Perdido Beach Resort Half Marathon! Fit for all, this run includes a Fun Run & 5k all happening in beautiful Orange Beach, AL!
The picturesque race offers an unparalleled running experience along the stunning beachfront road, including a breathtaking jaunt over the Perdido Pass Bridge.
Imagine crossing the finish line on the sandy shores behind the Perdido Beach Resort, where the Gulf’s emerald waters meet the sky. The excitement doesn’t end there!
Celebrate your achievement with our “Bubbles on the Beach” themed post-race party. Indulge in a well-deserved champagne toast, savor delicious brunch offerings, and enjoy lively entertainment – all with the soothing sound of waves in the background.
Plus, by participating, you’re supporting the Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation, making every step you take a stride towards a meaningful cause.
Whether you’re a seasoned marathoner or looking for a fun and scenic 5k, this race promises a unique blend of challenge, relaxation, and philanthropy. Don’t miss out on this inaugural event where running meets the beauty of the Gulf Coast!
Saturday, March 2, Orange Beach Alabama
5:45 am-6:45 am: Registration & packet pick-up at Perdido Beach Resort
7:00 am: Half Marathon start
7:15 am: 5k start
7:20 am: Moore Mile 1 Mile Fun Run start
8:15 am: Estimated Time for 5k Awards
9:45 am: Estimated Time for Half Marathon Awards
7:30 am – 11:00 am: “Bubbles on the Beach” post-race party
“We are thrilled to participate in a cause supporting the well-being of our local youth, as it resonates deeply with our core values of compassion and strong community relationships.
Our team is excited to join Perdido Beach Resort for its first half marathon. You’ll find us set up at the after party providing chair massage, mini stretch sessions, and spa-infused healing for post-race care.” –Cindy Rodriguez, Owner, Bodyworks of Perdido Key
Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation:
The Foundation was named in honor and memory of Jennifer Claire Moore, a 16-year-old high school student who lost her life to suicide in 1997. Jennifer’s family wanted to enable all young people to have access to assistance, understanding, and positive reinforcement when they needed it. In the hope that something good could develop from the tragic circumstances of her passing, her family founded the Jennifer Claire Moore Foundation in 1998. The Foundation now provides Youth Mental Health First Aid training to adults working with adolescents as well as provides an at-risk prevention and peer support program, Peer Helpers PLUS, to 53 schools equipping nearly 37,000 students with coping and life skills.