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Different Name, Same Great Event… Celtic 4 Miler

The 2016 Celtic 4 Miler was a SUCCESS!

2016 Results

2016 Team Results

Next Event:

March 11th, 2017

Huizenga Park

Downtown Fort Lauderdale


We’ve changed the name of the event to reflect more of the celebration of the Celtic Nations. As the night gives way to a wee bit of daylight, we’ll run down Las Olas Blvd to the intercoastal and back before the Fort Lauderdale St Patricks Day Parade.

A wee 4 miles it is, or consider the ‘Stretch Of The Legs’ 2 Mile Walk.  For the speed ones, the Catch The Leprechaun & His Pot Of Gold 1 Mile Run happens moments before the parade.  Bring your best “Irish” and run, then stay for the parade and festival that follow!

The run  and walk start at Huizenga Plaza ( former Bubier Park), in Fort Lauderdale (32 E Las Olas Blvd, Fort Lauderdale, FL 33301).

The run starts at 7:30 am, followed by a 2 mile Walk and a Kids mile run.

Same course as last year, run east towards the intracoastal and back to Huizenga plaza.  The parade starts at 11:30 am.  Parking in one of the city’s parking garages is $5 for all day. Enjoy numerous vendors, food, beer and Irish music all day and into the night.

Race Sponsorship


Become a sponsor and your donation supports three Ft Lauderdale Charities. Get your name or company logo on our website, the event day banner, the race t-shirts and on all promotional materials! If you become a Presenting or a Corporate Sponsor you will have speaking opportunities on Race Day. Check Out the sponsor opportunities we have for you today!

Team Challenge


The Celtic Cup Challenge is a team event that will be competing for the honor of winning the 1st Annual Celtic Cup Challenge. Your team can have as many members as you want but has to have a minimum of 2 female or 2 male members for each team. The top 5 runners will be scored for the team total. Lowest team score wins. Consider creating a 2nd or 3rd team for larger groups.