About the Derby
Giving YOU a reason to RUN!
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The Bermuda Half Marathon Derby is Bermuda's longest standing race, dating back to 1909. The event has become one of the island's most popular cultural and sporting events and takes place annually on Bermuda Day.
Runners from all walks of life accomplish this right-of-passage race which attracts hundreds of supporters who line the street each year and even camp out the night before to secure a prime viewing spot along Front Street.
The annual event also has a charitable focus, which changes each year. Over the years, the Derby has donated close to $150,000 to local charities and deserving individuals (please see the Charitable Giving page for more information).
Like the annual Cupmatch, the starting point of the Derby route switches each year between St. George's and Somerset and always ends centrally in the City of Hamilton at Bernard's Park Field. Participants can choose between running the full Derby or joining a relay team.
Sign up today and join in on one of Bermuda's most renowned road running events of the year!
Be a part of HISTORY.