ENCINITAS – The Encinitas Beach Run is set to take place Sept. 17 from 2-6 p.m. at Moonlight Beach, promising a beautiful course for runners of all levels. Whether one is a fitness enthusiast, or just an individual seeking an active and enjoyable way to connect with their community, there is something for everyone.
The Encinitas Beach Run offers participants the choice of a 5K, 10K, or Kids K, showcasing the gorgeous ocean views on Moonlight Beach. As runners make their way on the sand they will be captivated by the breathtaking views, with the cool ocean breeze greeting them along their way to the finish line.
More than just a race, The Encinitas Beach Run provides a unique opportunity for the local community to unite in celebration of a healthy and active lifestyle. No matter one's fitness level, the feeling of accomplishing something they didn't know they were capable of is a feeling unlike anything else.
Whether this accomplishment is a new record finishing time, or just crossing the finish line, the runners pushed themselves and their bodies above and beyond expectations which is an incredible feat and something they will be forever proud of. Whether a seasoned athlete aiming for that personal best, a casual jogger embracing the spirit of camaraderie, or a family enjoying an afternoon of outdoor fun, this event caters to all ages and fitness levels.
Bring the whole family, and kids under 10 run free. Beyond the race itself, The Encinitas Beach Run will offer a wide range of vendors at the event for entertainment for everyone. From food vendors to apparel, to music, there will be no shortage of excitement and enjoyment throughout the event.
Registration for The Encinitas Beach Run is now open and can be completed online at encinitasbeachrun.com. Participants will receive a commemorative t-shirt and race bib, as well as access to the post-race celebration and discounts at area businesses as well as booths from event sponsors Hudson SafeTLite, Gaspar Doctors of Physical Therapy, and Herman Cook VW.
A portion of the proceeds will go to the Encinitas Lifesaving Association which serves the community by providing swim programs for youth in underserved areas as well as promoting water safety.
For more information, contact Steve Lebherz, race producer, Excelarace, 760-803-1797 or [email protected].