Race 13.1 Orlando Half Marathon, 10K & 5K

Sunday, November 13, 2016 • Orlando, FL • Course Map

149-racereach_registerFormerly known as the Baldwin Park Half Marathon, the newly renamed Race 13.1 Orlando Half Marathon joins the fast-growing series of races across the Southeast and around the nation, which offers runners “big race perks with a local race feel,” organizers say.


The half marathon route — the race also features a 10K and 5K — takes runners among the streets and neighborhoods of Orlando’s Baldwin Park, a planned residential community that served in decades past as a military base for both the Army Air Corps and the Air Force, around two lakes and through the campus of the city’s Orlando Naval Training Center.

The race starts and finishes just off Interstate 4 near Audubon Elementary School, just south of Lake Corrine and just to the east of Lake Susannah.

From there, runners follow the winding race route northward around Lake Corrine and then southward down to Susannah, before heading out onto the Cady Way Trail, a popular urban trail for bikers, walkers and joggers than runs all the way from Orlando’s Fashion Square Mall up to Cady Way Park.

After runners reach the intersection between the trail and Forsyth Road, they turn around and head back down along the trail to Beach Boulevard, where they pass the southern end of Lake Susannah on their way back to the school for the finish.

Runners can expect to have a text message from Race 13.1 with a link to the live results waiting for them when they cross the finish line.

More than 1,500 runners are expected in the half marathon, so runners thinking of signing up are encouraged to do so as early as possible.

Race Weather & Climate

Nestled among the plentiful lakes of central Florida, the city of Orlando typically experiences mild to moderately warm weather in November, when temperatures average between 59°F and 79°F and rainfall amounts average just over 2.3 inches for the month.

On the day of the race (Nov. 13), the average low is 60°F and the average high is 80°F.

Course Map

See the race route map for the Race 13.1 Orlando Half Marathon here.

Starting Time

  • 7:00 AM – half marathon
  • 7:15 AM – 10K, 5K

Fees

  • $65 for the half marathon, if registered by September 5, 2016
  • $69 between September 6 – October 10
  • $79 between October 11 – November 6
  • $89 after November 6

Registration

To reserve your spot in the 2016 running of the Race 13.1 Orlando Half Marathon, 10K or 5K race, register online at the event website here.

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Official Race Website

www.race131.com


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  • Vance Gerkovich September 13, 2015, 1:38 pm

    We have a group of disabled handcrank wheelers who are interested in paticipating in some loceal marathons and half marathons in Central Florida. I often come and scout the race with another member. We just enjoy being part of the festivities and testing our times. No special accomodations are needed. We generally fo stictly by chip time and start about one minute ahead of the runners to avoid any crowding at the start. Afte that everything goes very smooth. Many of our particiapant are military and public service officers who gave their all to serve all fo us. For many of us. This is our only way to run. Some of us can stand but mobility is severely limite. Our priority is safty. If a volunteer cyclist would like to be a course guide for the wheelers we are usually ahead of the runners. Slower wheelers stay to the side and runners often make great friends with us as we participate together. I would like to connect with some of the members in the area if you would allow us to participate.
    Thank you. Vance Gerkovich Pardon any spelling errors. My laptop got a little beat up. I am in Vietnam working with other disabled and it is late at night here. i will be backin time for he event

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