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COURSE INFO!

COURSE DESCRIPTION

 

Experience one of the most beautiful waterfront courses on the east coast. 14 “space” themed aid stations along a partially shaded mostly flat course. A USATF certified course and a great Boston qualifier.

 

MAPS

Space Coast Marathon

Race Central Area Map:

430 Delannoy Avenue, Cocoa, FL 32922 

The course starts in beautiful Cocoa Village. 

 

The marathon course heads north running along Indian River Drive until the turnaround heading back towards Cocoa Village. The marathon course will then continue south on Rockledge Drive and the half marathon course. The half marathoners head south on Rockledge Drive to the turnaround and will finish back at Riverfront Park.

 

Both the full and half marathon courses are USAT certified.

(#FL10070EBM & FL10071EBM)

 

 

 

Space Coast Marathon

Marathon & Half Marathon Course Map:

 

 

HALF-MARATHON ELEVATION PROFILE

Space Coast Marathon

Download the Half-Marathon Elevation Map. The course is mostly flat and fast.

 

MARATHON ELEVATION PROFILE

Space Coast Marathon

Download the 

Marathon Elevation Map

The course is mostly flat and fast.

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"This was a great race. The start is in downtown Cocoa, which is a charming town square that is beautifully lit up in the early morning with lights in the trees. When the large video of the shuttle takes off, the race begins. The entire route is by the river, and the scenery is really pretty. Some runners even saw a few dolphins. The crews are friendly and dressed in space suits, handing out Gatorade and water at every mile with a smile. The best part of the course is the finish, but in this race it is extra special because you get a real beach towel, nice medal, and a large egg, sausage, and pancake breakfast. The price is right and the scenery can't be beat. I've done some large races like Chicago and Washington, and I enjoyed this smaller race just as much."