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13.1 WINTER ENDURANCE CHALLENGE

By DTR 0
18.12.2014

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Challenge: Half-Marathon + Kids Run

Date: December, 13, 2014

Location: JONATHAN DICKINSON STATE PARK – HOBE SOUND – FL

Hundreds of trail runners joined DTR to celebrate the beginning of the winter season and the end of a spectacular year with the 13.1 Winter Endurance Challenge. Some were first timers running through the beautiful Jonathan Dickinson State Park but everyone enjoyed this scenic Half-Marathon and Kids Challenge.

Trail runner go to experience the famous “Dunes of Heaven”, rolling hills of white sugar sand, under perfect weather conditions with temperatures between 60-70 degrees turning this challenge into the perfect end-of-the-year trail race. This is Florida Trail Running at its best.  All participants received a commemorative DTR 13.1 finisher’s medal, a tech long sleeve shirt and goodie bag with other treats.Join us for the next trail run event in South Florida.

You can checkout the official race results here.

Jontathan Dickison State Park

Jonathan Dickinson State Park

Located just south of Stuart, Florida, this park teems with wildlife in 13 natural communities, including sand pine scrub, pine flatwoods, mangroves, and river swamps. The Loxahatchee River, Florida’s first federally designated Wild and Scenic River, runs through the park.

RACEKIT-WINTER

Runner Premiums Included:

  • Custom DTR Gender-specific Long Sleeve tees
  • Custom Bibs
  • Music & Entertainment on course
  • A truly unique DTR Recycled Wood Finishers Medal
  • Digital photos FREE
  • DTR Awards to the top male and female in each category
  • DTR Drawstring Bag

We Proudly Support The Friends of Jonathan Dickinson State Park

The Friends of Jonathan Dickinson State Park, Inc. is a Citizen Support Organization (CSO) whose function is to serve as a source of financial support for the many physical needs the park has that are not funded by the state. The Friends are a nonprofit organization that assists park management in meeting the natural and cultural resource management objectives established for the park. More Info Click Here

 

author: DTR