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Baptist Health Tour of the Gables 5K run/walk , presented by the Coral Gables Chamber of Commerce, is a beautiful tour through scenic parts of Coral Gables, beginning and ending at the historic City Hall, 405 Biltmore Way. USATF & RRCA Certified Course.
(18 and under)
(CASH or CHECK ONLY)
How to Register
- Register online through May 23, 2013.
- FootWorks through 4pm on May 24, 2013
- Race Site the day of the race starting at 6:30am
- Mail in the completed printable application
Click here for the printable application.
7:30am - Staggered start 5k Wheelchair, Run, and Walk.
Overall male and female trophies and medals for top three in each age group.
Wheelchair: overall male and female
5k Run: 14 & Under, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 34-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65 and over (female), 65-69, 70 and over (male).
At FootWorks, 5724 Sunset Drive in South Miami. During regular store hours on May20th through 4pm on May 24th. Race day Saturday May 25th at Coral Gables City Hall beginning at 6:30am.
First 1,000 registered receive a tech shirt. Post-Run refreshments, music, more!
The B-tag timing system by Split Second Timing will be used to time the race.
Andalusia Parking Garage and West of LeJeune Rd
North via I-95
Take I-95 south to US1. Continue south making a left on LeJeune. Head north to Andalusia, make a right. The garage will be on your left.
North via 826
Take 826 to Coral Way exiting East. Continue on Coral Way, making a right on Segovia and then a left on Biltmore Way. Parking meters west of LeJeune are free until 10am.
US1 North to Lejeune Rd, make a left. Continue to Andalusia and make a right. The garage will be on the left.
Tentative Course Map
Click for tentative course map.
Refunds, Exchanges, and Transfer Policy
Absolutely no refunds, exchanges, or transfers.
Race Management reserves the right to postpone or cancel the event due to events out of Management's control such as a natural disaster or other emergencies. No refunds will be issued under these circumstances. Management may also alter the course and distances for the safety of the athletes.