Race start times: Half -8:00, 10k- 8:10, 5k -8:15
Foster Park Half Marathon 5k 10k is a one loop course along the famous Ojai bike trail an out and back course that has something for everyone. Gentle rollers as you gradually go up to the turnaround then all down hill on the way back. Finisher medals, goody bag, and tech shirt for all runners come join the fun!
Elite and Advanced runners:
This is the one you have been waiting for... gentle rolling hills of Ojai bike path and then gentle down hill on the way back. You can really turn it up, turn it on and test your Fall Season racing skills. No whiners or cry babies need apply
Middle of the pack runners:
Beautiful rolling hills of the Ojai bike path that will have you day dreaming about the entire course. Before you know it you will be crossing that finish line with a smile. Gentle down hill all the way back to the finish line You will want to get all your friends to join you on this adventure.
Weekend warriors / Beginners / walkers:
Sooo.... how do you tackle the Ojai bike path? One step at a time of course. there is a generous 4:00 hour time limit for the half marathon so take your time and enjoy the scenery, all levels of fitness are welcome at our events. Its an out and back course so the second half is a gentle down hill all the way home.
438 Casitas Vista Rd, Ventura CA 93001
Aid stations and port a potty's every 1.5 miles along the course.
All Runners will receive:
Race day athlete t-shirt
Custom Goody bag with race day logo
What is a wave start and how does it work?
Wave starts are designed to reduce race start congestion and improve your race day running experience. In a wave start, runners start in groups at 2 minute intervals. This way you can run with others who are similar in speed. A wave start will allow you plenty of space along the course, at the aid stations and at the finish line, without affecting your chip time or the time you have to complete the race. On race day you will line up under / behind the banner that best fits your estimated running pace per mile, see chart below. Click Here