Saturday, February 17, 2018 • Orlando, FL • Course Map
Set for its 14th annual running this year, Florida’s Orlando Xtreme Half Marathon will take runners through the lush trails of the Lake Apopka Restoration Area.
The race is set to take runners on course that starts inside the park’s interior and run on berm roads and single-track trails through wide-open fields, which is filled with a combination of flatwood forests and open prairies, and where runners might expect to catch a glimpse of wildlife like bald eagles, gopher tortoises, bobcats, and river otters, among many others.
One of Florida’s newer and smaller running events, the race attracts just a few hundred runners in all events combined each year. Runners leave the starting line for the official start of the half marathon at 7:30 AM, and an awards ceremony will follow each race.
Race Weather & Climate
Known around the world of course as the home of Walt Disney World, the city of Orlando rarely sees cold weather even in the winter, instead experiencing mild to moderately warm weather conditions. In February, average monthly temperatures range between 51°F and 74°F, while rainfall totals average about 2.35 inches for the month.
On the day of the race (Feb. 17), the average low is 50°F and the average high is 73°F.
- 2017 Orlando Xtreme Half Marathon Results
- 2016 Orlando Xtreme Half Marathon Results
- 2015 Orlando Xtreme Half Marathon Results
- 2014 Orlando Xtreme Half Marathon Results
- 2013 Orlando Xtreme Half Marathon Results
- 2012 Orlando Xtreme Half Marathon Results
- 2011 Orlando Xtreme Half Marathon Results
- 2010 Orlando Xtreme Half Marathon Results
- 7:30 AM – half marathon
- 7:40 AM – 5K
- $50 – $60 for the half marathon
- $30 – $40 for the 5K
To reserve your spot in the winter 2018 running of the Orlando Xtreme Half Marathon & 5K, register online at the event website here.
Official Race Website
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