Sunday, March 22, 2015 from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM (EDT)
Sign up now for the 23rd Leprechaun 5-Miler!
The course starts at Madison's picturesque Surf Club and winds along scenic Middle Beach Road and stunning views of Long Island Sound. Registration begins at 9:00 am and the race starts at 11 am Sharp!
Brought to you by the Madison Exchange Club - Serving the community and Preventing Child Abuse since 1951.
|Online Registration Deadline
Early packet pickup & registration
To Be Determined... Madison
Packet pickup & registration
Kids Fun Run
2 Mile Walk
5 Mile Run
|March 20, 2015
March 21, 2015
12:00 pm - 4:00 pm
March 22, 2015
9:00 am - 10:45 am
11:00 am SHARP
11:00 am SHARP
First 400 Run/Walk registrants get a free event shirt.
Details about our sponsors, schedule of events, announcements, registration, course map, facebook discounts and much more can be found at www.madisonexchange.org/leprechaun-run. Be sure to bookmark it and check for updates as race day approaches.
Digital Timing & Results by Platt Systems
Certified 5 Mile flat course along Long Island Sound
2 Mile Walk and Kids Fun Run
Food, water and refreshments before and after the race
Qualify for a 2015 Shoreline Road Race Series jacket from SoundRunner
Lenny & Joe's Fish Tale Clam Chowder
Cohen's bagels and cream cheese
Robert's yogurt, oranges, bananas, bottled water & Bishop Orchard's fruit and water
Parking and Access
The Surf Club is very scenic but has limited parking. We will make every effort to park as many cars as we can, however we ask you to car pool if possible. The course also shares the only access road so egress will be limited to one lane after the race starts. The road will be fully closed off just prior to the start of the race.
The Exchange Club of Madison is an all volunteer civic club of dedicated men and women working together to make our Connecticut shoreline a better place to live and to prevent child abuse. We organize and fully fund the Madison Independence Day Parade, the Easter Egg Hunt at the Surf Club, numerous youth awards such as Youth of the Month/Year & A.C.E., the Freedom Shrines, Child Abuse Prevention Centers and many other community services.