48th Annual LBI Commemorative 18 Mile Run

Due to COVID-19, St. Francis Community Center will not be able to host the 48th Annual Commemorative 18 Mile Run in the same format this year.  Instead of the traditional 18 Mile Run, the event will be hosted virtually between October 1 and October 12, 2020. Runners can choose any day between the dates of October 1, 2020 and October 12, 2020 to run the 18 mile race wherever they choose.

Please make sure to follow all safety guidelines for the area you decide to plot out your course. Applications for the race are available on runsignup.com.

Once you complete your run you can submit your times on the runsignup.com race page or send an email to:  slamarco@stfrancislbi.org with your results. Feel free to send any pictures you have from your run as well. Race times and pictures will be posted to the St. Francis Community Center 18 Mile Run Facebook (LBI18MileRun) page to highlight our runner’s accomplishments.

There will be no packet pickup at the Community Center, all race items can be picked up at the Center after October 12, 2020 or can be mailed out to the runners at the conclusion of the race window. Registration for the race ends on September 30, 2020.

The funds raised from this year’s race will go directly into the St. Francis Community Center’s Recreation and Aquatic departments to help us better serve our community.

Entry Fee:$40 – The first 200 registered runners will receive a commemorative medal.  Every runner will receive a race T-shirt.  Race T-shirts will be available to purchase.  Please email slamarco@stfrancislbi.org for additional information.

Since 1973, the 18-Mile Run has been held in memory of the 11 Israeli Olympic athletes who were slain at the Munich Olympics on September 5, 1972.

Due to the tragic events of September 11, 2001, the race will also continue to be dedicated to those who lost their lives in America on that unforgettable day.   

For additional information please call the St. Francis Community Center at 609-494-8861, visit our website at:  www.stfrancislbi.org or Facebook: StFrancisLBI.

Contact Information
  1. Steve LaMarco
  2. 609-494-8861 ext. 187
  3. slamarco@stfrancislbi.org
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Due to COVID-19, St. Francis Community Center will not be able to host the 48th Annual Commemorative 18 Mile Run in the same format this year. Instead of the traditional 18 Mile Run, the event will be hosted virtually between October 1 and October 12, 2020. Runners can choose any day between the dates of October 1, 2020 and October 12, 2020 to run the 18 mile race wherever they choose.

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