What are the age restrictions?
There is a minimum age of 14 for the half marathon and 16 for the full marathon.
Are headphones allowed on course?
We do allow the use of headphones during our races, however, we ask that you run with one earpiece in and one out.
Can I run with a stroller?
Please contact FLevents@lt.life to learn more about registering to run with a stroller.
Where do I collect my packet?
The Life Time Miami Marathon & Half Marathon Expo will be the only place where you can pick up your registration packet. Remember to bring a picture ID.
What are the expo hours?
- Friday, February 8, 2020 – 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.
- Saturday, February 9, 2020 – 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
What if I cannot pick up my packet during the expo hours?
If you need to have someone else pick up your packet, you must provide them with a copy of your photo ID and bib number.
Can I have my bib mailed to me?
*NEW!* Registrants who reside within the continental U.S. may opt-in to have their bib delivered via mail prior to race day. Enjoy the convenience of having your bib number hand-delivered to your door.
*This is a test program that is only offered to a restricted area within the continental United States. An opt-in option will be offered during the registration process.
How do I find my bib number?
Click here to look up your bib number.
What if I cannot complete the course in 7 hours?
In order to comply with event permits as per municipal requirements, the roads will reopen to vehicular traffic in a graduated fashion. We require that participants be properly prepared and trained to complete the full marathon (26.2 miles/42 KM) within 7 hours (16 minutes per mile pace or 10 minutes per KM) after the last wave/corral begins.
Please note that after the 7-hour pace, participant support (e.g. aid and water stations, volunteers, course marshals, clocks, medical assistance, cross street protection, etc.) will not be available, and you will be required to adhere to local pedestrian rules (move to curbsides, break down lanes, sidewalks, etc.).