The 41st Annual Shamrock 10 Miler, 5K & Kid’s Lil’ Leprechaun

Saturday, March 11th | 7:15am | John Prince Park, Lake Worth


Race Schedule

  • 10 Miler begins at 7:15am
  • 5K begins at 7:30am
  • Kid’s Lil Leprechaun (for Leprechauns age 7 & under) begins at 9:00am.

The Palm Beach Roadrunners has chosen The Autism Project of Palm Beach County to be the club’s designated race beneficiary. A portion of of the race proceeds will be donated to the Foundation. All proceeds from this business venture benefit the programs and services of The Autism Project of Palm Beach County.

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Enjoy sharing your passion with other local runners…

Join Palm Beach Road Runners!

We all run for different reasons, whether it’s to lose weight, keep passably fit
or, in some cases, to enter and maybe even win races. But whatever the
motivation for lacing up the trainers and hitting the roads,  joining Palm Beach
Road Runners can enhance your experience of being a runner. By becoming a member
you will get savings on upcoming races as well as support and advice from other
runners just like you! Click on the link to join the club  or renew your membership

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New Year’s Day Run and Social


This is it! The Palm Beach Roadrunner social you thought was going to get jumbled into all the other hectic events of a week ago. Join us at Run & Roll for a 3-mile fun run or walk. It’s at 10am, even your best Auld Lang Syne will have you recovered and looking for fun! Meet other runners, eat, drink, and toast the arrival of 2017!

RSVP to the Facebook event on PBRR Page and Run & Roll Page or email:

Classics By The Sea


2016 Classics By The Sea – Saturday, Dec 10th – Carlin Park, Jupiter, FL.

Thank you to all athletes, friends and family for running with us today!

Race Results:  KIDS 1 Mile    5k and 10k

If you won an award but did not collect it on race day, they are at Run & Roll ~ 330 Clematis St, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 650-1200

Tremendous thanks goes to today’s race sponsors. We encourage you to patronize these local businesses that have supported Palm Beach Roadrunners:

  • Podium Performance & Fitness Center

  • Jupiter Cycling

  • Bluffs Real Estate

  • AF&T – Advanced Fitness & Therapy

  • Run & Roll

  • Fox Spine + Sports Medicine

  • Tri Bike Run

  • Fastsigns Lake Worth

  • Gentile, Glas, Holloway O’Mahoney & Associates, Inc.

  • Run Appeal WPB

  • Hurricane Grill & Wings

  • ElectricWorks!

  • Sal Senzatimore, Jr., MD

  • Runner’s Edge – Boca Raton

  • Casey Ciklin Lubitz Martens & O’Connell Law Firm

  • Toys For Tots

     Join us for 5k, 10k and a Kids 1 mile race on the most beautiful course in South Florida! This race is a terrific way to spend time with family and friends before the holidays.

** The US Marines “Toys For Tots” is the PBRR charity of choice at this event. Please bring a new, unwrapped toy to brighten the life of a child in our area! Last year we set a record for toys collected, we want to do even more this year!

  • Kids 1 mi Race begins at 7:10am
  • 5k and 10k Races begin at 7:30am
  • Flat, fast course
  • Medal to all finishers
  • Great race shirt to all participants
  • AG and overall awards + Masters/Grandmasters categories for 5k & 10k

Run 4 the Pies


If you won an award but did not collect it on race day, they are at
Run & Roll ~ 330 Clematis St, West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (561) 650-1200

The tradition continues…

Thanksgiving Day, November 24, 2016

16th Annual Run 4 the Pies race begins at the Village of Tequesta Parks & Recreation (399 Seabrook Rd.) 
Get Directions

Pumpkin 1-miler: 7:15AM
Kid’s Dash: 7:15A
16th Annual Run 4 the Pies: 8AM


For your convenience there will be a packet pickup (chip, bib & shirts).

Important: If you are picking up for a group of more than 3 people including yourself, you have to send the following information in an email to no later than 4:00PM the day before pick up: 1) Name of the person picking up, 2) first name, last name and date of birth of the members in your group. Your group packet pickup will be confirmed in a return email.

Saturday, Nov. 19th 10AM-1PM at Johan’s Joe 401 S. Dixie Hwy West Palm Beach, FL 33401 (at the intersection of Fern Street and Dixie)

Wednesday, Nov. 23rd 11AM-6PM at Good Shepherd Church, 402 Seabrook Road, Tequesta, FL 33469

Thursday, Race Day 6AM-7:45AM at the race site. Please note that shirt sizes are guaranteed for the first 1,400 registrants.



New this year: Virtual Race and Pumpkin 1 Miler

This year we have added a Virtual Race –  a race that can be run at any location. You can run or walk, use the treadmill, go outside or participate in another race. You can run your race at your pace and wherever you like. After the Pies race we will send you the following:

Finisher’s Medal, Long Sleeve Tech Shirt, Race Magnet, Race Bib.

Also, new this year, we have added a 1-mile race, the Pumpkin Miler, for the age 12 & under runners. The exciting course takes you over the bridge and then back to the finish line to the cheers of hundreds of spectators. Awards to the first 3 male and female finishers.

Pumpkin Milers will receive a tech tee shirt, finisher’s medal, personalized bib and a miniature apple pie. (There will not be any age group awards)


Register here for a charity slot or for the Kid’s Dash. All other levels SOLD OUT:

April Flynn John Reback Braman Motors

Overall winners 2016: April Flynn, John Reback – Braman Motors






Run Safe Clinic


Maybe you’re an early morning runner, or you get your miles done after work?

Come and learn tips and best practices on runner safety as taught by local West Palm Beach Police officers. Soon we’ll have shorter days and earlier sunsets. Be aware, be safe, join this informative FREE presentation this Wednesday, October 26th at 6:30pm.

Meet us at…

Run and Roll
330 Clematis St,
West Palm Beach, FL 33401
(561) 650-1200

2016 Fall Rush Social

Fall Rush Social

New! POST HURRICANE MATTHEW DATE ~ Let’s gather and enjoy ourselves as the run season opens for us in South Florida! We are hosting a social for all of our members Wednesday, October 19th at 5:30pm. Our location is The Burger Bar, located on Donald Ross Road in the shopping center at the corner of Military trail and Donald Ross Rd. Bring a friend or guest and introduce them to our club and a great group of runner-types! New PBRR memberships and renewals will be available at the event. Please RSVP to our FALL RUSH Social event page on Facebook, that helps us plan for the correct number of attendees… thanks!


Volunteer with us!


Come be a member of our racing family and help support your local running community!


Come help us make the 40th Shamrock Run a fun and successful event. We have a variety of shifts available before and during the event. We also have shifts for on race day for those who are running the race.

Volunteering with the Palm Beach Roadrunners can be a great team-building exercise, a fun family bonding experience, a way to get credit for volunteer hours required for school and a new way to make friends and build your network.

March 9th & 10th 

Packet pickup at Fit2Run

Race day March 12th
Packet pickup
Race day registration
Start/Finish line support
Water stations
Direct runners on the course
Medals and awards


For more information please send an email to Madeleine at




Lisa Reiss – Member of the month

Lisa Reiss


Hello Palm Beach Roadrunner Lisa Reiss.

How many miles per week do you run?

I run about 20-25 miles a week.  I build from there when I am training for a long distance race.

When and why did you start running?

I started running in about seven years ago in Juno Beach.  A friend invited me to run with her.  She kept asking me to join her for bridge workouts, track and long runs.  After our 15 mile run, she asked me if I wanted to sign up for the marathon she was doing and I said, ”no thank you, I’m never running that far!”  After my 18 mile run with her, I realized I had a love for distance running.  I have completed my tenth marathon this past year.

Why do you run?

I think clearly when I run.  Besides running for fitness, it is definitely a stress reliever. 

I hope to share what I have learned and encourage others to accomplish their goals.

When is your next race?

I am training for some triathlons, including Ironman Florida and the South Florida Storm Series of Half Marathons.

Do you prefer to run alone or in a group? 

There are times when I enjoy running alone for my quiet time, but I mostly enjoy running with a group.  It’s great getting to know other people and chatting on long runs. It makes the time fly by.  I also enjoy the camaraderie and encouragement that comes with running in a group

Favorite race, run or distance:

I love running the marathon distance.  I enjoy choosing destination races.  I have found marathon training to be a journey from the beginning of training to race day, and I always seem to learn something more about myself.

Highlight of running or biggest accomplishment:

The highlight of my running and biggest accomplishment to this day has recently been becoming a running coach. I coach the Jeff Galloway Run/Walk Half Marathon and Marathon training program. I am glad that I have knowledge and enthusiasm to give to others.  I have met so many great and enthusiastic people who have set goals for themselves.  I hope to share what I have learned and encourage others to accomplish their goals.

Dream run, race or accomplishment:

I have two dream runs… The Great Wall of China Marathon and The Midnight Sun Marathon in Alaska.

Favorite thing about running:

The beautiful scenic training runs along the beach.

What inspires you?:

What inspires me…  any challenge.

Favorite quote:

“You must do the things you think you cannot do”, Eleanor Roosevelt

Thank you Lisa. Good luck with your training and races!

Published on August 24, 2015

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