Are you a runner?
Do you want to be a runner?
How about a walker?

Ok better question: Do YOU want to run for Yitzi Hurwitz?
This will be the 4th year TEAM RUN4YITZI is running the Miami Half Marathon, happening on January 28, 2018. We will be once again raising $50,000.00 to help the family with medical/living costs.

ALS is not only a cruel disease, but the medical equipment and care needed on a daily basis is financially exorbitant. And don’t forget this is a wonderful family with 7 beautiful children!

If you are interested in running on a team full of heart, determination and passion, please send us a message.

Marathon Info

The start line
601 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33131
The 13.1-mile course starts and finishes in the same general area. The race will start heading north in front of the American Airlines Arena.

Gear check
Gear check is located at the finish line, three blocks south of the start line. See the gear check section below for more information.

To get through the start line, participants will be able to use walkways until they close at 5:50 a.m.

A medical unit will be located at the start line for your safety. Please look for medical personnel in red T-shirts if you need assistance. Water/Gatorade stations will be located on both sides of the start line area.

Port-o-lets will be at various locations around the start line. There will be no public access inside the American Airlines Arena.

The finish line: 301 Biscayne Blvd., Miami, FL 33131
Runners will finish heading north adjacent to Bayfront Park, only four blocks south of the start (Biscayne & E. Flagler Street).

Family reunion area
After finishing, reunite with friends and family under the signpost with the first letter in your last name. Just make sure you let everyone know which letter to meet you at! If your runner is taking an extra-long time, please visit the Information Booth at the post-race area (located in the center walkway of Bayfront Park, adjacent to the finish shoot) where we will have athlete look-up set up. Course and medical personnel will track runners and record data to ensure updates for families on your runner’s condition and/or whereabouts.

More information can be found here