Outer Banks Sporting Events, Thank You to Our Title Sponsors!

Thank You to Our Title Sponsors!

By Jenny Ash

We are so proud to work with amazing Title Sponsors that support our annual events.
Because of these community partnerships, we welcome our runners with open arms, ensuring quality events that support local need right here in the Outer Banks!  

 

 

 

Outer Banks Sporting Events, Enjoy Outer Banks Beachfront Accommodations At The Sanderling Inn in Duck, NC!!

Enjoy Outer Banks Beachfront Accommodations at the Sanderling Inn in Duck, NC!!

By Anonymous

Unpretentiously elegant decor, the highest quality linens, and stellar views combine to create a perfect setting for your Outer Banks vacation - whether you plan to stay in the hotel or their private vacation rentals. Private balconies or patios provide perfect views of rainbowed sunsets and glowing sunrises, vast ocean and the tranquil sound, protective sand dunes and swaying marsh grasses.

Outer Banks Sporting Events, Explore The Outer Banks & Catch An Oceanfront View in Nags Head at The Ramada Plaza!

Explore the Outer Banks & Catch an Oceanfront View in Nags Head at the Ramada Plaza!

By Shane Miles

Relax and have the time of your life at the Ramada Plaza Nags Head Oceanfront hotel. Located off Highway 12 in Kill Devil Hills and overlooking the ocean, their 100% non-smoking hotel is the perfect spot for a runcation beach getaway!

Runner's participating in select events by OBSE can take advantage of special perks for choosing to stay with Ramada Plaza plus get festive at the Beachcomber's Tiki Hut overlooking the ocean and the brand new renovated restaurant inside!

Outer Banks Sporting Events, Meet Manteo Cyclery, the Official Bike Support Mechanic of the Outer Banks Triathlon

Meet Manteo Cyclery, the Official Bike Support Mechanic of the Outer Banks Triathlon

By Anonymous

It’s race day! And triathletes have a lot to think about like swim gear, bike gear, run gear, nutrition and transition times. Among other things, these athletes need to be sure their bike is safe to ride, meets all the requirements for the race and is generally roadworthy.

If something simple is missed, like a handlebar end cap, an athlete may be disqualified.