Join Us for Reggae Marathon 2019: Run in Jamaica’s Paradise

With the 2019 Reggae Marathon race day on Sunday, December 8, it’s not too early to start planning for Jamaica’s premier marathon event.
The Reggae Marathon & Half Marathon is Jamaica’s premier International Marathon Event. Marathoners, sports enthusiasts as well as beginners, converge in Negril, Jamaica’s capital of casual, for a fun event characterized by good vibes and lots of Reggae music. Enthusiastic supporters come out along the looped, internationally certified course to support participants. Meanwhile, hard working volunteers offer uniquely packaged water and re-hydration fluids at every mile. The pulsating Reggae music on course also keeps participants in an “irie” spirit, as they burn the mileage.

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2018 Kingston City Run: Half Marathon, 10K and 5K Charity Run

Welcome to The Kingston City Run, a Half Marathon, 10K and 5K Charity Run. The event takes place March 16 to 18 and includes a weekend of energetic activities. It is the perfect opportunity to experience the vibe of Kingston by running its major businesses district, attractions and entertainment sites. The race starts in New Kingston and ends at the beautiful Emancipation Park Race Village for the post run celebration and awards ceremony. It’s a must do to experience ALL that is Jamaica!


2016 Reggae Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K

Reggae Marathon 2015

Photography by Errol Anderson and Karen Fuchs

Are you an adventure seeker who enjoys ultimate fitness challenges while exploring the world? We are! “Vacation is to relax the mind, not the body” is a Fit Fathers mantra that we remain committed to no matter the destination, an island or the middle of the rain forest. What more can you ask for other than an extended run while jamming to the tunes of roots, rock reggae, breathing revitalizing oxygen from the Caribbean Ocean, nourishing the body with glorious ital foods from mother nature and exchanging energy with our Jamaican brothers and sisters.

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Vegan Food in Montego Bay, Jamaica: iTal is Vital


iTal is vital and is the reason I seek out Adwa when I visit Montego Bay, Jamaica. In fact, I’ll be back in July for Reggae Sumfest. With two locations, (876-952-6554, 876-952-8947) Mudada Hamand ascertains the fresh plant foods for my Jamaican brethren and sistas are some of the purest dishes in the world. Fresh fruit smoothies, a small library, nuts and seeds, pure ital food and conscious reggae playing are the key ingredients of this plant-based café. The servings are fulfilling and they only use whole, organic foods such as brown rice. The Jerk Akee and Tofu and the Veggie Balls are my two favorite dishes.

Please stop in Adwa next time you find yourself in MoBay. Ya Mon!


Jamaica: Summer of 2014

Jamaica_Reggae_Sumfest_Fit_Fathers..... 061I’m a nomad by nature. The simple things in life ignite my passion. Water, sun, plant food, family, friends, reggae music, nature and animals — in no particular order — are the key ingredients to my happiness. This is the reason I travel to Jamaica a few times a year, especially in July for Reggae Sumfest. The purity of the land, the positive vibrations of the music and the enthusiastic spirits of the people enlightens me to the fullest while running the hills with the locals or swimming in the Caribbean keeps my soul and mind connected with the energetic movements of my body. [Read more…]

Reggae Heat Wave: Jamaica’s Sumfest Concerts in Montego Bay

Jamiaca_2013_Reggae_Sumfest_Half_Moon....08“Come back to Jamaica” is not just a branded slogan for the indigenous and cultural island, it’s a welcoming message of freedom, exploration, and methodical stress release from the hectic demands of metropolitan life and exaggerated work hours required from corporate America. My soul yearns for life-everlasting tranquility, my body craves warmth and clear waters, and my heart desires the palpable rhythms and spiritual lyrics of Reggae music. For this very reason I try to rendezvous to the island of “One Love, One Heart” as often as possible, especially when Reggae Sumfest is in town. [Read more…]