Saturday, Jan 11, 2020 @ 5:30 AM
Registration closes: Fri, Jan 10 @ 11:59 PM

A 200km Gulf to Ocean Foot Race Across Florida

Run across the state of Florida through the historical scenic byways of the Everglades.

Zero aid stations. Support Crew Only.

Race starts at the Naples Pier following the Tamiami Trail (Route 41) running on sidewalks, paved bike trails, dirt roads, trail and wide open road shoulders with minimal traffic until you reach Miami finishing on the South Pointe Pier.
All finishers who complete the race under the 36 hour cutoff will receive a custom Pier 2 Pier 200K Belt Buckle.
Race is limited to 25 runners. This is to minimize trash and waste on course, reduce traffic congestion and also to keep the noise level down. We need to respect the residents who live in the area so they will allow us to be back year after year.


This event is Support Crew Only. There will be only ZERO aid stations, only checkpoints. Volunteers may have aid at these locations but do not rely on these stops for support.

Course Terrain

Course is on sidewalks, paved bike trails, dirt roads, trail, manicured grass and wide open road shoulders.

WARNING: 40% of the course are on road shoulders. Shoulders are plenty wide with runnable grass sections and there is minimal traffic going through 41, however if you are not comfortable running on the shoulder of the road, this race is NOT for you.

Time of Events

Saturday, Jan 11
5am - Bib pickup, sign wavier and pre-race brief @ 12 Gulf Shore Blvd S Parking Lot
5:30am - Start of P2P200K at the end of Naples Pier
Sunday, Jan 12
5:30PM - Race Cutoff (36 Hours)


If event is sold out there will be a waitlist. If there is enough interest I will open up registration to more runners via lottery option.

Course Guide & Map

Check out my Youtube video Documenting the course!
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Route 41 gets pitch dark at sundown. This is why we have the race every full moon.

All runners are required to wear 360 degrees of reflective material vest and two blinky light on the front and rear.

Highly recommend to also bring a headlamp (or two) or a handheld flashlight.

Contact or Questions

Please contact RD of any questions

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