OUC Orlando Half Marathon & Track Shack Lake Eola 5k

OUC Orlando Half Marathon & Track Shack Lake Eola 5k




Orlando, FL   7:30 AM

Date, Time & Location

2015 Date Set - Registration Is Open!

Saturday, December 5, 2015
7:30 am: Half Marathon Start
7:45 am: 5k Start

Lake Eola
Orlando, FL

About the Event

One of the Southeast’s top road race events, winds through scenic Downtown Orlando and beautiful Lake Eola. You will join over 6,000 runners for this Orlando tradition and enjoy live music along the course. Discover the City Beautiful and the fun beyond the run...
Registration is limited to 4,500 entrants in the half marathon and 2,000 in the 5k. Register today!

2014 Highlights

Over 6000 runners and walkers from around the world gathered in the heart of downtown Orlando … Read More >>

Results >>

Half Marathon Finisher's Certificate >>

Facebook Photos >>

More Event Photos >>

Top 5 Finishers:



































Event Highlights

Aloft Stay Winner

Congratulations to Michael Goolkasian, winner of the one night stay at Aloft Downtown Orlando! Michael, who will be in town for business says he “loves to travel and run in Orlando out of cold in Boston!".

Run Orlando Merchandise

Celebrate your success at the 2014 OUC Orlando Half Marathon. Limited quantities of men's and women's Brooks shirts still available.  Two custom designs of Sweaty Bands are also available for purchase! Get yours today!

Post Race Party

  • Registered participants (over age 21) receive two Michelob Ultra drink vouchers. 

  • Florida Dairy Farmers will serve up ice cold chocolate milk while supplies last along with post race towel.

  • Get “ICED by Florida Hospital” in the Cool Zone. 

  • Refreshments from Publix, where shopping is a Pleasure. 

Event Photography

Be sure to wear your bib number on the front using all four pins so that it's visible to photographers! Visit www.bbactionphoto.com to view race day photos. Participants will be notified by email when photos are ready for viewing!


For safety reasons, bicycles, roller skates, inline skates, and dogs will be prohibited from the race. The use of headphones is discouraged. You must maintain a 16 minute per mile pace or race officials will ask you to move to the sidewalk to re-open the roadways.

Stroller Restrictions

Participants with baby joggers or strollers must start behind designated stroller signage and are REQUIRED to walk/jog no faster than 15 minute per mile in the 5k ONLY; stroller/jogger operators may not weave through packs of runners, and must always yield the right of way to other runners. Failure to comply will result in deletion from official race results and disqualification from participating with a stroller in future events.

  • Half marathon capacity: 4,500
    5k capacity: 2,000

  • Online registration available until Thurs. Dec. 3 Bring form to Track Shack after that date.

  • Entry fees are non-refundable.

  • Not sure if you already registered online? Click here to confirm your registration! (Online registrations only)

Entry Fees

Half Marathon

Early Bird! Through December 13, 2014


December 14 - September 30 (Name on race number deadline)


October 1 - November 29


November 30 - December 4


14-17 & younger/ 65 & older

$10 off




Through September 30 (Name on race number deadline)


October 1 - November 29


November 30 - December 4


8-17 & younger/ 65 & older

$10 off



Refunds and Transfer Policy

There will be NO refunds or transfers of entries from person-to-person. However, if for some reason you cannot compete after registering, you are welcome to defer your entry to 2016 for a small fee.  Deadline to defer your entry is Friday, November 13. Click here for details.

Packet Pick-Up Schedule

Please Note: If you register online during packet pick up days your packet will be available the next day at 10:00 am.

Monday, November 30
10:00 am - 7:00 pm: Packet Pick-up at Track Shack

Tuesday, December 1
10:00 am - 7:00 pm: Packet Pick-up at Track Shack

Wednesday, December 2
10:00 am - 7:00 pm: Packet Pick-up at Track Shack

Thursday, December 3
10:00 am - 7:00 pm: Packet Pick-up at Track Shack

Friday, December 4
10:00 am - 7:00 pm: Packet Pick-up at Track Shack

Event Schedule

Saturday, December 5
6:30 am: Packet Pick-up (NO RACE DAY REGISTRATION)
7:30: Half Marathon Start (13.1 miles)
7:45: 5k Start (3.1 miles)
8:30 am: 5k Awards
10:00 am: Half Marathon Awards
11:00 am: Baggage Claim Closes

227 N Eola Dr
Orlando, FL 32801

OUC Orlando Half Marathon Perks


One of the southeast’s top road race events, winds through scenic downtown Orlando and beautiful Lake Eola. You will join more than 4,000 runners for this Orlando tradition and enjoy live music along the course.

OUC Orlando Half Marathon Course Facts

- Nine water stops about every 1 1/2 miles. PowerAde will also be available.
- Live Entertainment
- Two Port-O-Lets at each water stop
- One food stop with CLIF SHOT Gels at approximately mile 8.5.
- Approximately 2.4 miles of brick
- Two on course tents will include an EMT and self-serve supplies such as Band-Aids, Blistex, sunscreen, Biofreeze, blister relief. Mile 5.2 and 10.
- Bike medics will be on course.

Pace Groups by MarathonFest

Want to make sure you make it to the finish line by your goal time? Pace Groups by Track Shack’s MarathonFest will get you there! Sign up at Track Shack during race week (Dec. 1-5) or at the OUC Orlando Half Marathon tent on race day where you will meet up with your pace group leader. Registration is free and is open to all half marathoners!

Half Marathon pace groups will be offered for the following target finish times: 1:40, 1:50, 2:00, 2:15, 2:30, 2:45

Track Shack Lake Eola 5k Perks

  • All 5kers will receive a commemorative tech shirt.

  • Commemorative drawstring bag


This scenic and shady 3.1 mile route meanders through beautiful downtown Orlando neighborhoods. 5k water stop is at the halfway point.

Course map >>

B-Tag Scoring

The B-Tag by ChronoTrack is the timing device used to score half marathon and 5k participants. The B-Tag is attached to the back of the runner bib number.

In order to receive an accurate time, please confirm your bib is:

  • Clearly visable on the FRONT of the torso.

  • Unaltered or modified. Do not fold or wrinkle or you risk breaking the timing chip.

  • Pinned in all four corners so the timing chip stays flat.

  • Not covered with jackets, water bottles, etc so as not to block the reading of the timing chip.

Finisher's Medal

Half Marathoners will receive a stunning, commemorative finisher's medal.


2014 Half Marathon & 5k

2013 Half Marathon & 5k

2012 Half Marathon & 5k

2011 Half Marathon & 5k

2010 Half Marathon & 5k

2009 Half Marathon & 5k

2008 Half Marathon & 5k

Half Marathon Award Categories

Overall – Top 5 M / F
Masters – Top M / F
Age Group - Top 3 M / F
Race Walkers – Top 3 M / F

Half Marathon Age Division

14-18     35-39     55-59     75-79
19-24     40-44     60-64     80 and over
25-29     45-49     65-69      
30-34     50-54     70-74      

Note: Runners and walkers ages 14 and above who wear the designated B-Tag are included in the race results.

Half Marathon Prizes

Merchandise prizes and prize money totaling $3,400 will be awarded to the top three overall male and female athletes!

1st $850
2nd $500
3rd $350

Merchandise prizes will be awarded to the 1st place male and female in each age group. Please note, overall awards are based on Gun Time. In the interest of fairness, the Masters, and Age Group awards will be based on Net Time.

5k Awards

Overall Top 10 M / F
No age group awards in the 5k.

Note: Runners and walkers ages 8 and above who wear the designated B-Tag are included in the race results.

USATF OPEN Half Marathon Florida Association championship

The OUC Orlando Half Marathon is the USATF OPEN Half Marathon Florida Association championship race for Men and Women. Prize money awarded to the Top 3 Male and Female Floridian/USATF Members:

ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS: One must be a 2014 USATF member to enter the Championship. If one does not have a 2014 membership, please complete a membership application first. Note: one may enter with a 2015 membership number as long as your membership is valid for 2014. One must also meet the eligibility requirements.

More info or to download an application: http://florida.usatf.org/Home.aspx

NOTE: **2015 memberships can be purchased starting November 1st and 2014 memberships expire Dec. 31 2014 so for two months (members) can have both.**

The Track Shack Foundation, is a 501©(3) organization that helps provide health and fitness opportunities to young Central Floridians through the funding of youth athletic programs.

The Florida Citrus Sports Foundation is committed to enhancing the quality of life for disadvantaged youth and families in Central Florida. This is accomplished through the Foundation’s charitable contributions to organizations dedicated to improving the lives, health and education of children in our community.

Sister City Program - Orlando, FL & Urayasu, Japan

Our Sister City exchange program with Urayasu began in 1989 to promote cultural understanding and stimulate economic development. The program aims to help residents and businesses exchange ideas related to education, science, culture, commerce and tourism. In 1996, the Orlando Runners Club entered into a Sister Club Affiliation Agreement with the Urayasu Runner’s Club to strengthen the ties of friendship, and to contribute to deeper understanding and broader friendship between the American and Japanese people.

Each year the Orlando Runners Club selects up to four runners to participate in the Tokyo Bay Urayasu City (Half) Marathon, touring historical and educational sites, having tea with the mayor and are honored guests at the race itself and at the annual Urayasu Runners Club banquet. Two nights are spent at the home of a Japanese family to promote cultural exchange and friendship with our sister Club. In return, up to four runners from Japan are similarly hosted here by the Orlando Runners Club in December for the OUC Orlando Half Marathon. The Japanese runners spend several days sightseeing in Central Florida, and they are the honored guests at Orlando Runners Club’s annual Christmas party. For more information, please

contact Orlando Runners Club President: Victor Hung at president@orlandorunnersclub.org.

hanks to our sponsor for supporting this community event.

OUC–The Reliable One is a municipal utility owned by the citizens of Orlando. It provides electricity and water services to customers in Orlando, St. Cloud, and parts of Orange and Osceola counties. OUC continues to live up to its name. It has been honored four times as the most reliable electric utility in the Southeastern United States by PA Consulting Group, a leading management, systems, and technology consulting firm. Use the OUC Preferred Contractor Network to find a qualified, licensed contractor to make efficiency upgrades to your home. It’s fast and easy and you’ll receive your rebate at the point of sale.

Florida Hospital is one of the country’s largest not-for-profit health care providers with 22 campuses serving communities throughout Florida. Florida Hospital’s Healthy 100 program was created to educate and motivate people to adopt healthy lifestyle changes. It focuses on eight proven principles that guide people to live healthier, longer lives.

Visit the Florida Hospital tent on-site and get ‘ICED’ in the cool zone and find out what Healthy 100 is all about! 

We are your hometown running and walking headquarters, your one stop shop for the highest quality shoes and apparel expertly sold by a knowledgeable staff. We are your inspiration for change and motivation to empower others. Get fit and feel great!

Check out the Track Shack before the event! We are selling Brooks Event T-Shirts and Headsweats Visors while supplies last. Beginning in November, purchase over $100 of Brooks merchandise in store and become a Brooks VIP day of race and use the VIP Restroom facilities.

We help people achieve health and financial security by providing easy access to cost-effective, high-quality health care. And we continue to be a leader in building a stronger, more effective health care system by working with doctors, hospitals, employers, patients, public officials and others. Aetna has a long history of providing healthcare for OUC employees and is excited to sponsor this community event.

Publix Super Markets is the largest and fastest-growing employee-owned supermarket chain in the United States. Publix and our associates excel in community involvement, volunteerism and a commitment to our market areas and beyond.  Publix's commitment to diversity has contributed to our success in being a great place to work and shop.

Stop by the Publix tent on-site for post-race refreshments!

Brooks Sports, Inc. is your go-to company for anything and everything related to the run. As a leading running company that designs and markets high-performance men's and women's running shoes, apparel and accessories in more than 40 countries worldwide, we are dedicated to inspiring people to run and be active by creating innovative gear that keeps them running longer, farther, faster and happier.

Be sure to check out Brooks in Track Shack during race week at Packet Pick-Up and have a chance to experience the Brooks VIP Porto-Lets by purchasing over $100 worth of Brooks gear at Track Shack beginning in November.

Florida Dairy Farmers is a farmer-funded organization that works to educated people about the state’s dairy farming industry and promote dairy foods as an important part of a healthy lifestyle.

See the Florida Dairy Farmers on race day and get your ice cold chocolate milk and towel while supplies last.

Michelob Ultra offers the perfect balance between the crisp refreshment and light clean profile that can take you to the ULTRA life – the life that is a balance between working hard, and taking it easy.

Get the ULTRA life at the OUC Orlando Half Marathon post-race party!

The Orlando Downtown Development Board (DDB) strengthens the role of Downtown Orlando as the economic, governmental and cultural center of Central Florida. The DDB is responsible for the planning, implementation and administration of the City’s core area redevelopment and development program. On your run at the OUC Orlando Half Marathon, see all there is to see in our beautiful city.

Like loved ones who cheer their favorite athlete to the finish line, Covenant House Florida aims to prepare homeless youth for a healthy transition into adulthood. Our agency cannot make such an impact without the help of the dedicated athletes on the Covenant House Florida Home Team. Take on the challenge of endurance competition not only for yourself, but also to help raise awareness and resources to change the lives of Central Florida’s homeless youth. Find out how!

Florida Citrus Sports is a not-for profit membership organization dedicated to increasing community spirit and pride, promoting tourism, stimulating economic development and ultimately benefiting charities, educational institutions and the quality of life in Central Florida through its signature events. The Florida Citrus Sports Foundation is committed to enhancing the quality of life for disadvantaged youth and families in Central Florida. This is accomplished through the Foundation’s charitable contributions to organizations dedicated to improving the lives, health and education of children in our community.

Baker's Dozen- Half Marathon Group Training

Half marathon group training available with Susan Paul, Track Shack Training Program Director and coach of MarathonFest, the largest marathon and half marathon training program in the country.

Training program begins September 2, 2014. More info »

13 Weeks to 13 Miles Training Guide

Driving Directions to Downtown Orlando

227 N Eola Dr.
Orlando, FL 32801

From East:
From I-4 east, take the Colonial Drive exit (Hwy 50).  Turn left onto Hwy. 50 and then turn right onto Summerlin Ave., continue on Summerlin to Pine and turn right.  Garage will be on your left.

From West:
From I-4 west, take the Amelia/Colonial Drive exit (Hwy. 50).  Go right on Hwy. 50 and follow to Summerlin Ave.  Turn right on Summerlin and take down to Washington St. and turn right (there is one garage there) or continue on Summerlin and turn right on Central Blvd.  Take Central to Library parking garage.

From 408 East:
Take Mills Ave. exit and go left on South St.


Limited parking along side streets; parking garages are located at the corner of Rosalind St. and Robinson Street. See Parking Garage Addresses (rates may apply).


Eo Inn/ Spa
227 N. Eola Dr. Orlando, FL
.1 mi. from start and finish.

409 N. Magnolia Ave Orlando, FL
.5 mi. from start and finish.

Embassy suites Orlando
191 E. Pine St. Orlando, FL
1 mi. from start and finish.

The Grand Bohemian Hotel
325 S. Orange Ave. Orlando, FL
1 mi. from start and finish.

Courtyard Orlando Downtown
730 North Magnolia Ave. Orlando, FL
1 mi. from start and finish.

Crowne Plaza Orlando Downtown
304 W Colonial Drive, Orlando, FL 32801
1 mi from start and finish.
Phone: (407) 367-3626
Every room includes Microwave, Refrigerator, FREE WiFi and LATE Check-Out

Aloft Orlando Downtown
500 South Orange Ave. Orlando, FL 32801
1.1 mi. from start and finish.
Phone: (407) 380-3500 (mention Track Shack/OUC Orlando Half Marathon


Hilton Garden Inn Orlando International Drive North
5877 American Way Orlando, FL 32819
9.4 mi. from start and finish.
Phone: 407-363-9332

Post Race Entertainment

The Quinn Shaw Band

Jam with The Quinn Shaw band at the Post Race Party! The band is comprised of several handpicked prodigies to collectively convey the melodies that he has extracted from the depths of the human soul. The music finds redemption mixed with, sorrow and anger, blended smooth like a warm glass of Calvados Brandy with a slight hint of American blues in the aftertaste.

Course Entertainment

Mile 1.8
Central Florida Community Arts Performer

Mile 3.2

Tim Neal, RaceDJ provides high energy, heart pumping music, race announcing and M/C services to races from coast to coast.  As an athlete, Tim gets in the middle of the action and brings his "A-Game" to every race or event.
Website: RaceDJ.com

Mile 5.2
Conscious Kind 

We bring the transient ideas of early rock into the new digital drenched age. Bringing modern rock back to its roots, a melting pot of influences.
Website: https://www.facebook.com/consciouskind/info?ref=page_internal

Mile 6.8
Power Entertainment DJ

Power Entertainment DJ Service offers the largest variety of party music in the Orlando and Central Florida area. Music is customized for each client. We specialize in weddings, life events and corporate entertainment.
Website: Powerdjorlando.com

Mile 8
Elvis by David Jericko

David Jericko has been performing ELVIS since he could pick up a guitar.  From The Vegas strip to Memphis to venues all over Florida, his rich baritone voice adds credibility to his character.
Website: ElvisbyDavidJericko.com.

Mile 9.1
Central Florida Community Arts Performer

Mile 11.1
Picking Up Napolean 

A band focused on bringing together different styles of music and influence to people who would other wise never get a taste of the beauty of diverse musical styles. The band is made up of Joshua Vaneps, Jonathin Jacques, Jeremy Thomas, Michael Nunez, and Karlo Corona; they all play multiple instruments so they often switch throughout songs. Their album has been in the works for a year but is coming close to release.
Website:  https://www.facebook.com/pages/Picking-Up-Napolean/202669709762819

Approx. Mile 12
DJ Paulee

DJ Paulee is a student of music continually perfecting his craft and is totally up with the times. He caters the music to fit the style of your event using one of the largest music libraries in the business.  His enthusiasm and attention to detail is a unique trademark in the entertainment industry. No matter what the occasion - themed parties, weddings, birthdays bashes, anniversary celebrations, corporate events, half marathons... you name it he can do it.

Near Mile 12.9
Taiko Dojo

Home stretch! Orlando Taiko Dojo is a Japanese drumming troupe who very actively performs in Central Florida. They are a subsidiary team to Matsuriza who performs at EPCOT in Walt Disney World. Orlando Taiko Dojo demonstrates the traditional art of Japanese drums known as “Taiko”. Taiko drums were used in battlefields and have been used in religious ceremonies and festivals for over 2000 years in Japan.
Website: OrlandoTaikoDojo.com

Are you looking to cheer on your friends and loved ones as they run 13.1? MAKE A PLAN and make it easy for them to spot you cheering them on! Click here to print out the tips and spectator locations.


Before Mile 1. East Central Blvd. and South Summerlin Ave. at Hue Restaurant

Before Mile 2. East Concord St. and North Ferncreek St. Perfect open lot.

Mile 3. Livingston St. and North Primrose Dr. Lots of grass along Festival Park.

Mile 3.5. East Jackson St. and South Primrose Dr. Cherry Tree Park and the Brass Quintet is near.

Mile 4. Between Clemwood St. and East Gore St. on South Primrose Dr.
HINT: From Mile 4, take Gore St WEST to Bumby Ave. catch your runner before Mile 9!

Mile 5.5. East Grant St. between Rest Haven Ave. and Conway Gardens Dr. Near the
Masonic Temple.

Mile 7.5. Raeford Rd. and South Bumby Ave. Lots of space on the West side of the road for groups to cheer.

Mile 8.75. Intersection at East Gore St. and South Bumby Ave. Lake Como Elementary has plenty of space!

Mile 9.5. East Gore St. and South Mills Ave. At 903 Mills Market. Enjoy a breakfast wrap and mimosa! Take a walk to Lake Davis and watch the parade of runners near the Lake.
HINT: From Mile 9.5, take Gore St WEST to Euclid Ave to catch your runner after Mile 11!

Mile 11.25. Richmond St. and Euclid Ave. This area is beautiful with two parks, Al Coith Park and Delaney Park!

*These locations are subject to change as 2013 course is being finalized.


Follow these tips and you won’t miss a single step of your runners’ race! DON’T KNOW ANYONE RUNNING? We have some tips for you too!

1. YOUR CHEERING LOCATION should be planned ahead of time so your runner can spot you on the course! VIEW PACE CHART »

2. WEAR BRIGHT COLORS and tell your friends what you’ll be wearing so they can spot you.

3. HOMEMADE SIGNS are so inspiring. Funny is also good. A sign with your runners’ name works every time.

4. WAIT A LITTLE LONGER if your runner hasn’t past in the expected amount of time. They make take longer than expected.

5. DRESS COMFORTABLY. Check the weather and plan accordingly. Rain, shine, warm, or cold, the race will still go on!

6. CHEER as loud as you can! Runners feed off the energy that the crowd generates.

7. PERSONALIZE YOUR CHEERS Yell out runners’ names on their bibs or t-shirts.

8. CHEER ON EVERYONE! You may be giving encouragement to someone who needs it to keep going!

9. ESTIMATE YOUR RUNNERS LOCATION and have enough time to get from one location to the next if you are viewing from multiple locations.

10. POSITIVE CHEERING helps runners finish! Never tell a runner they’re almost done when they are not.


Can walkers participate?
Of Course! The Orlando Half Marathon and 5k is for athletes of all speeds. Please note: Due to city road closure and traffic requirements, half marathon participants MUST maintain a pace of at least 16:00 minutes per mile (or faster).

Are there any age requirements to participate?

To participate in the Orlando Half Marathon one must be 14 and 8 years old to participate in the 5k.

How can I volunteer?

Click here to sign up to volunteer! Volunteers are the backbone of all our events and are always needed and welcome.

Registration/ Packet Pick-up

Can I change my mind about which distance to run?
You can switch distances for a small fee. Click here for details.

What if I register and then become injured or am unable to attend?

There will be NO refunds or transfers of entries from person-to-person. You can defer your entry to 2015 for a small fee. Deadline to defer your entry is Friday, November 14th.
Click here for details.

When/where can I pick up my race packet?

Race packets will be available to pick up at Track Shack (1104 N. Mills Ave. Orlando, FL 32803) between December 1-5 from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Race packets will also be available on race day at the race site start starting at 5:30 a.m.

Can someone else pick up my race packet?

You can have a family member or friend pick up your race packet as long as you gave them the permission.

How can I make changes to my registration?

Please email susan@trackshack.com or annie@trackshack.com.

What is included on my personal bib?

Your personalized bib will include your first name and your race number. Must register by Sept. 30.

The Race and Course

Will the race be timed?
The Half Marathon and the 5k will be timed using the ChronoTrack timing system. A ChronoTrack B-tag will be located on the back of the race bib. Do not remove, bend or break the ChronoTrack B-tag. Without the B-tag, your official time WILL NOT be recorded.

Where are the aid stations and what is being served?
There will be nine Water/Gatorade stations, about every 1 1/2 miles.

Are MP3 players and/or strollers allowed on the course?
MP3 players with headphones/earbuds ARE allowed on the course. For the safety of yourself and the other participants, baby joggers, strollers, baby carriers, baby backpacks, inline skates, motorized scooters, bicycles, skateboards, canes, crutches, walkers, walking sticks and animals of any kind are prohibited from the course.

What if it rains?
The race will be held rain or shine. If there is lightning in the area the race will either have a delayed start or, depending on the intensity of the weather, be cancelled. The determination will be made by the Event Management staff.


Where do I park for the event?
Limited parking along side streets; parking garages are located at the corner of Rosalind St. and Robinson Street, as well as various other locations throughout downtown Orlando. Parking garage rates may apply.

How do I meet my family/friends after the race?
A site map will be posted on the website. Review the site map and plan for a designated meeting spot and time. Communicate your estimated finish time.

Post-Race Info
Where can I find race results?
Race results are available on www.trackshack.com

Who can I contact if I have further questions?
Please call us at 407-896-1160 or email info@trackshack.com

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Runner Tracking

The following splits will be provided in the half marathon: 5k, 10k, 15k and finish.

Live Results

This allows you to track an athlete online as they compete. Click here for live results on race day.

Automatic Updates

This enables real-time mobile results. Sign up to receive runner updates via text message, Email, Facebook or Twitter. 

Click here to sign up. 

You can also sign up for text messages directly from your phone.  Text OUC Bib# to 72147 to sign up to track the bib number that was entered.  For example, text OUC 25 to track the runner with Bib #25.

Note:  If you register during race week, you will be able to sign up for tracking the following day after 12 pm.  If you register on Friday of race week, you will be able to sign up for tracking after 9 pm Friday or on race morning.  Day of race registrations are not eligible for runner tracking.

Virtual Race Bag

Congratulations on completing the 2014 Orlando Half Marathon and Lake Eola 5K.  Thank you to our sponsors and local businesses for bringing us this year’s “green” goody bag. 

Virtual Race Bag >>

News & Updates Archive

2013 Event Recap

Event Recap >>

Half Marathon Results >>

5k Results >>

Jetblue Wanna Go? Contest Winners:
Stacie Marchionne
Gene Sanderfield

Run Orlando Merchandise

Celebrate your success at the 2014 OUC Orlando Half Marathon with event merchandise.  Limited quantities still available online and at Track Shack. Purchase a shirt OR headband now.  Also available at Track Shack. 

Ships within 5 days (Domestic shipping only). 

Run Orlando Headsweats Visor - SOLD OUT!

Durable and washable “Run Orlando” visor from Headsweats  
$21 (includes shipping and tax).

Run Orlando Brooks Shirts 

Men’s: Brooks EZ Tee III performance shirt
$32 (includes shipping and tax)
Size Small and Medium available only

Women’s: Brooks Versatile sleeveless singlet
$34 (includes shipping and tax)
Size XLarge available only

Sweaty Bands

Made in America and velvet lined for a comfortable nonslip grip. Choose between two great designs or get both!

$15 (includes shipping and tax)