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PBRR Youth Running Scholarships
Let's Celebrate This Year's Local Youth Runners!
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Join Us to
Congratulate This Year's
Warrior Running Camp Scholarship Winners!

All PBRR Members
are Invited and
Encouraged to Attend!
Cardinal Newman
H.S. Auditorium
Wed June 21st - 6:30 pm
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Where Flash Mob meets Run Fun!

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 media@palmbeachroadrunners.com




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

Would you be interested in being our Featured Member. Please send us an email:media@palmbeachroadrunners.com to learn more.

Youth Scholarship &


We invite all PBRR Members to join us in congratulating the 2017 Youth Scholarship Award Winners. We will recognize this year’s recipients with a presentation on Wednesday, June 21st at 6:30 pm at Cardinal Newman High School in WPB.

We encourage our members to come and recognize these young athletes. An Awards Presentation is always better with plenty of fans and applause! Cardinal Newman H.S. is centrally located at 512 Spencer Drive, WPB, FL 33409. Our Youth Scholarship Awards Night will be held in the Auditorium/Cafeteria, which is located BEHIND the Main Campus buildings. See map below.


The applications for the Palm Beach Roadrunners Warrior Running Camp Youth Scholarship are in. Selections are being made now.

  • Who: Scholarships are available for local Middle and High School Runners
  • What: Fun Summer Running Camp
  • When: Sunday, July 23rd, 2016 – Friday, July 28th, 2017
  • Where: Webber International University in Babson Park, Florida
  • Why:  To help you prepare for your upcoming cross country season with a great week of running and fun!
  • Cost:  $430 (covers room and board for the week)  
  • The Warrior Running Camp in Florida is going to be the most RIDICULOUSLY FUN running camp of the entire summer with a large variety of summer campsports, games, and activities! This exciting Running Camp is designed for middle school and high school aged runners 12-17 years old.  Running camp campers are separated into smaller groups based on their running ability! This allows for a fun and safe running camp experience where campers will feel comfortable and have a great time!

Download Application Form 2017: YouthApplication2017
Application deadline: Thursday May 25, 2016

Warrior Camp
Warrior Running Camp Website: Click here

Questions about the scholarship? Please contact media@palmbeachroadrunners.com


“Dear Palm Beach Roadrunners,

Thank you so much for the scholarship to the Warrior Running Camp.  I had a wonderful time!  I learned a lot about running and how to be both a better teammate as well as a leader.  The instructors were very knowledgeable and taught me new running techniques and form.  I enjoyed being able to spend time with people who share my same interests.  I made a lot of new friends and bonded with my teammates.  I learned many new things that I will share with my cross country and track team.  Thank you for giving me an opportunity that I otherwise may not have had.  I really appreciate your generosity and the opportunity to attend the Warrior Running Camp.

Thank you for a great week and one that I will never forget.

Sincerely, Julia Volpi”



“Thank you to all on the Palm Beach Roadrunners Team for enabling me to attend the Warrior Running Camp this year. I had so much fun at the camp, I learned a lot, and overall my team and I had an amazing experience. Thank you so much!! Annie Allmark”




(updated 6/19/17)
It’s always a good idea to contact the group run leader to make sure that there have not been any last-minute changes to the schedule.


Mondays – Morning

  • 5:30 AM – 7:00 AM – Jupiter High School Track
    Military Trail and Toney Penna Drive
    Open to the public for workouts and run training
    Bring water, group size variable.
    (Not open on Holidays)

Mondays – Evening

  • 6:15 PM – Dyer Park
    Dyer Park, Haverhill Rd and Beeline Highway
    HIlls, paved running paths – meet by soccer field at base of hill.
    All levels welcome.
    Contact: Ulrike “Gabby” Vernachio – ulrikerun@bellsouth.net

Tuesdays – Morning

  • 5:00 AM/5:20 AM start – Blue Heron Bridge
    Blue Heron Blvd., Meet at NE parking lot, Phil Foster Park.
    Hill repeats
    Contact:  Gary Walk, 561-820-0314
    Parking and restrooms at Phil Foster Park
    All levels welcome.

Tuesdays – Evening 

  • 6:00 PM  –  Flagler Drive Mile Repeats
    Meet at the Fountains Narcissus/Clematis Street, WPB.
    Contact:  Gary Walk, 561-820-0314
    All levels welcome.
  • 6:00 PM  –  Run & Roll Power Walk (3-4 miles)
    Meet at Run & Roll, 330 Clematis Street, WPB.
    Contact: Patti Kadis, Run & Roll, 561-650-1200
    All levels welcome.
  • 6:30 PM  –  Fun Runners – Speed Workout (for all ability levels)
    Meet at Loggerhead Park, US-1 Juno Beach
    Contact: Coach Hamed Kian, 561-406-3538
    All levels welcome.
  • 6:30 PM  –  Fit 2 Run Fun Run
    The Mall at Wellington Green
    Contact: Brenda at Fit 2 Run, 561-753-9343
    All levels welcome.

Wednesdays – Morning

  • 5:30 AM – 7:00 AM – Jupiter High School Track
    Military Trail and Toney Penna Drive
    Open to the public for workouts and run training
    Bring water, group size variable.
    (Not open on Holidays)

Wednesdays – Evening

  • 6:30 PM  –  Run & Roll Beer Run/Pub Crawl (2nd Weds of each month)
    Meet at Run & Roll, 330 Clematis Street, WPB.
    Contact: Patti Kadis, Run & Roll, 561-650-1200
    All levels welcome.

Thursdays – Morning

  • 5:30 AM  –  Benjamin H.S. Track – coached workout
    Jupiter (Central Blvd. South of Donald Ross Road), Coached Interval Workout.
    Contact:  Gary Walk, 561-820-0314

*** We will resume using the Benjamin Track again on Thu, June 1st.

All levels welcome. Seriously ~ This is NOT a competitive track meet, come and run intervals with all ages and abilities! Great training for races and general fitness.

Thursdays – Evening

  • 6:30 PM  – Clematis by Night Run (4.2 miles)
    Meet at Run & Roll on Clematis Street, WPB.
    Contact:   runalotpatti@bellsouth.net 
    The run is in conjunction with the Thursday Night on Clematis. Music, beer & food.  Run along beautiful Flagler Dr. 4.2 miles. All levels, kids, dogs. Water/Gatorade at the turn-a-round.
  • 6:30 PM  –  Fun Runners – Tempo Workout
    Meet at Loggerhead Park, US-1 Juno Beach
    Contact:  Coach Hamed Kian, 561-406-3538
    All levels welcome.
  • 6:30 PM  – Fit 2 Run Fun Run
    The Mall at Wellington Green
    Contact: Brenda, Fit 2 Run, 561-753-9343
    All levels welcome. After the run, fraternize with runners and beverages!

Saturdays – Morning

  • 6:00 AM  –  Run & Roll Store Run (4-24 miles)
    Meet at Run & Roll, 330 Clematis Street, WPB.GroupRunPostoffice
    Contact:  BobAnderson34@gmail.com
    Group runs from 4-24 miles. Water/Gatorade provided on the course.  For your convenience, store opens at 5:30 am. The run will take you into Palm Beach along the ocean up to the Palm Beach Inlet and back along Lake Trail.
  • 6:00 AM  –  PBRR North County Saturday Group Run
    (From 5 up to 12 miles, options for more miles for marathon and ultra runners)
    Meet at Dunkin Donuts, Plaza La Mer, Juno Beach
    NW Corner of US 1 and Donald Ross Rd.
    We park in the large parking lot west of Dunkin Donuts, leaving the spots in front of Dunkin clear for their many weekend customers. (Thank you!)
    Contact: Dave Masterson, 561-818-3567  dave@palmbeachroadrunners.com
    Group long run – distances from 5-20+ miles. All levels welcome. Very popular (50-100 runners). Meet friends, group long run,  increase endurance and have fun. Water and sports drink on-course (3 stops). Popular runner gathering at DD afterward!


Join today and experience the rewards of membership! When you join PBRR, you become part of Palm Beach County’s premier running community. Founded by runners just like you, we’ve grown into a diverse organization with members of all ages and abilities, drawn together by our shared belief in the power of running to improve health, fitness, and overall well-being. So whether you’re a couch potato looking to leave the remote behind, a weekend warrior looking to get back in the groove, a serious competitor looking for a new challenge or someone somewhere in between, PBRR can help you to unlock your personal potential and enjoy the benefits of lifelong fitness. You can join us on your own, or with your family. We serve more than 3,000 runners and walkers each year in all 50 states, and around the world.

Membership benefits

  • Preferred entry prices to  Palm Beach Roadrunners’ premier races: Race 4 the Pies, Classics by the Sea 5K/10K, The Shamrock Run 5K/10 Miler
  • Subscription to monthly publication – South Florida Running Forum
  • 10% discount at Run and Roll, Fit2Run, and Tri-Running Sports.
  • Access to exclusive members-only race day tent at Palm Beach Roadrunners’ races and other selected races.
  • Exciting club social events.
  • Discount codes for local races, free race entry raffles, and other surprises.
  • Access to water stops at Saturday group runs in Juno Beach and West Palm Beach.
  • Support Palm Beach County middle/high school students to attend running camp.
  • Several weekly group runs for all levels: track, bridges, hills, long runs, etc.
  • Mingle with like-minded runners in our community, make friends and have fun!

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

Saturday, March 11th at 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.