Sandy Sprint Sea Isle City

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About the Event

The Sandy Sprint Sea Isle City includes a 5K Run, 2 mile Family Fun Walk, Survivor Ceremony and More.

The event takes place at Excursion Park (JFK blvd & The Promenade)

Race Day Registration Begins at 7:15 am at Excursion Park

Race Start: 8:30 am

Registration Fees: $40 adults, $30 children under 12; Registration fees increase by $5 on 7/12/24

5K Course

Pre-Packet Pick up will occur from 4 PM to 6 PM on Friday, July 19 at Excursion Park

Join us after the race at the Oar House for a post race get together!


Event Day Schedule

7:15am – Race Day Registration open

8:00am -Welcome by MC Monica Cryan, Meteorologist PHL 17

National Anthem by Ashli Rice

Survivor Ceremony

Survivor Photo

Musical Performance by Ashli Rice

8:25am – Warm Up

8:30am – 5K Run Starts

8:35am- Family Fun Walk Starts

9:30am – Awards & Refreshments

10:00am- Join us at the Oar House for a post-race get together!


Event Day Parking

Metered Parking is available at the Visitor Center Lot and at Excusion Park.



Teal Spotlight: It’s July and the countdown to the Sandy Sprint Sea Isle is on! This week we are highlighting the Medici family, seasoned Sandy Sprinters! They first got involved with the event in 2006/2007 and have participated enthusiastically ever since.

Sadly, they lost their sister, Amy, to ovarian cancer when she was 21 in 1998. Their cousin found SROCF & Sandy Sprint for the whole family to support.

Amy’s Team is made up of family and friends who eagerly sign up. They enjoy the time together to support the cause in Amy’s memory. A highlight of the day is the Christmas in July party back at their shore house after the run/walk. It’s always a good time!

The Medici family shares, “SROCF is a great cause that advocates for those in need.  Most people who have not been affected don’t know much about ovarian cancer. Getting the word out helps people understand the signs, to be aware of for themselves. There is a reason why it is called the silent killer, and we are hopeful through the work that is done through Sandy Rollman and other organizations the detection, treatments, and cure rates can continue to increase.”

Join the SROCF community on SATURDAY, JULY 20, 8am for SANDY SPRINT SEA ISLE RUN/WALK. Register/Donate HERE. See you at the shore!

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