Publix Fort Lauderdale A1A Marathon & Half Marathon

Sunday, February 16, 2025 • Fort Lauderdale, FL • Course Map

activeregisterThe beauty of what race organizers call the “Venice of America” is on display for participants in both the full and the half marathon events at the Publix Fort Lauderdale’s A1A Marathon & Half Marathon, named for the north-south highway that stretches through the city along the beaches of the city’s Atlantic Ocean coastline.

The race — which features a full marathon and half marathon on Sunday, and a 5K on Saturday — is run entirely on paved surfaces, on city streets starting at downtown’s Museum of Discovery and Science and finishing at South Beach Park, with gorgeous views of the Atlantic Ocean.

The course’s first mile, which both full and half participants share, takes runners past many of the city’s most popular nightlife spots, and next heads eastward on Las Olas Boulevard toward the waterfront, bordered by canals with views of luxury yachts and homes.

Half marathon runners reach the turnaround point just above East Oakland Park Boulevard, after which they begin their trek back southward toward the park.

In addition to the half and full marathons on Sunday, there’s also an A1A 5K race on Saturday morning. More than 4,000 runners crossed the finish line in all three races combined in 2014, including more than 3,400 finishers in the half marathon alone.

Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard, the stretch of A1A. (Photo by Jared/flickr)

Fort Lauderdale Beach Boulevard, the stretch of A1A. (Photo by Jared/flickr)

View of the beach in Fort Lauderdale from Florida's A1A. (Photo by Jared/flickr)

View of the beach in Fort Lauderdale from Florida’s A1A. (Photo by Jared/flickr)

Race Weather & Climate

Weather conditions in the Fort Lauderdale area tend to be mild to moderately warm in mid-February with temperatures that average between 59°F and 77°F during the month.

Rainfall is a possibility, as the city sees an average of 3.36 inches of precipitation each February, making it the area’s third-driest month of the year.

Past Results

Course Map

See the race route map for the A1A Half Marathon here.


  • $68 and up for the half marathon
  • $76 and up for the full marathon


To reserve your spot in the winter 2025 running of Fort Lauderdale’s Publix A1A Marathon or Half Marathon race, register online at here.


Official Race Website

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9 comments… add one
  • Larry Abraham July 12, 2022, 3:11 pm

    I am the race coordinator for the West Boynton Road Runners club. WBRRC, any chance for getting a discount code as we have over 100 active members that are interested

  • Yvonne Schmitz September 18, 2019, 6:45 am

    I would like to complete your half marathon as a walker. What is the time limit? Thanks!

  • Jill Hunt December 31, 2018, 10:43 am

    Is there a host hotel for runners? Is there an expo on Saturday? Is there a time limit for the half marathon?

  • Oten Wyatt Jr October 23, 2018, 2:23 pm

    Is there a way to check to see if I have all ready registrar? would you please confirm my registration? I believe I registered some months or so ago but have lost the confirmation.

    Thanks Much

  • Mary Hamilton November 13, 2017, 1:03 pm

    Will you please email me sponsor information on the 2018 Ft. Lauderdale A1A Marathon. Thank you!

  • Julie Blum January 16, 2016, 12:54 pm

    A1A half marathon, you really need to improve your web site to be user friendly when we have question or issues!
    I have sent several emails also called several numbers no responce!

    Contact me at 504-382-4502

  • Jack Seward November 30, 2015, 9:24 pm

    Got a prompt email reply tonight but it was not responsive. So let me try again. We approached the A1A Marathon booth at the Space Coast Marathon on Sat. We paid $160 via credit card; we filled out paper registration sheets for both of us. The men never advised us to go online later. We have received no receipt yet. When I filled out the online registration today (as a test), your computer never alerted me to stop because I was already registered. At what point (or where) do I discover our registration status? (I certainly won’t pay twice. ) Thanks.

  • John Potter February 10, 2015, 9:34 am Reply
  • Scott Carroll November 2, 2014, 7:49 pm

    would you please confirm my registration? I believe I registered a month or so ago but have lost the confirmation



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