In the News
- Continental Event Race Director Gaby Pozo Recognized by SportsEvents as Industry Leader Continental Event Race Director Gaby Pozo receives SportsEvents’ “éclat” award which recognizes exceptional performance and sharing of insights from industry leaders who are making a positive difference for all in the sports events industry.
- 50 States Series: Top Marathons & Races Worth Traveling For We’ve searched through every state to find the 50 top races and marathons worth traveling for.
- Mini marathon returns to Grand Strand MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – Organizers say over 4000 runners, along with family and friends, will make their way to Myrtle Beach this fall for the Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon.
- Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon is one of 11 most scenic fall half marathons in US Looking for a beautiful setting for your next 13.1? From Myrtle Beach to California wine country, here are 11 picture perfect courses you should run.
- Thousands race in Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon Thousands of men and women of all ages raced in the Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon to find out who can run 13.1 miles the fastest. But the registration numbers said women had the upper hand...
- Race Organizers call mini marathon a success Sunday marked the first-ever Myrtle Beach Mini-Marathon and race organizers are calling the event a success. About 4,000 runners took part in the 13.1 mile half marathon which took participants on a course from Medieval Times at Fantasy Harbour to Plyler Park and the boardwalk.
- Biggest Loser event provides lasting benefit Saturday morning Myrtle Beach is hosting an event that will give the city national exposure. More than 2,300 people have registered for a 5k and one mile road race that will be part of the NBC television show The Biggest Loser.
- Myrtle Beach to host 2010 mini marathon Myrtle Beach is already gearing up for a three-year event expected to bring 6,000 runners and walkers into the streets as part of the Myrtle Beach Mini Marathon Weekend
- 2010 half-marathon in the works for Myrtle Beach The City of Myrtle Beach is pushing for more sports tourism in the area, and they may have found one more event. It's a proposed half marathon that could come to the Grand Strand in October 2010.