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What is the MOST Amazing Race
Inspired by community, team-work, and creativity, The Salvation Army designed this annual event that inspires participants to challenge and overcome unknown obstacles on an extraordinary journey…much like the constituents we serve.
The MOST Amazing Race takes you on a quest and tests your physical and mental strength as you race around downtown Fort Lauderdale in the ultimate scavenger-hunt/adventure race.
You’re provided a map of the challenge locations within 4 different zones throughout the designated boundary. Each challenge is assigned a point value. From there, you set out to complete as many challenges as you can within the 3.5 hour time limit.
The first team to complete the race in the allotted time, and arrive at the final destination with the most points, wins The 2017 MOST Amazing Race.
Why should I participate?
The MOST Amazing Race provides The Salvation Army of Broward with critical funds needed to support individuals and families facing homelessness and other social issues. The RACE, now in its 11th year, provides an opportunity for the community to see and support the work of The Salvation Army at the local level. All of the proceeds from the race will stay in Broward County and go to support those most in need.
When and Where is the MOST Amazing Race
This year’s race takes place rain or shine on Saturday, May 13th at 8:30am. Check-in begins at 7:30am.
The start/finish line will be in Esplanade Park in Downtown Fort Lauderdale. (400 S.W. 2nd Street) Esplanade Park is located along the New River directly adjacent to the Broward Center for the Performing Arts and across from the Museum of Discovery & Science.
The race will run from 8:30am to Noon, and ends with a gathering of your family and friends at vendor village inside Esplanade Park. So, invite everyone to cheer you on and meet you at the finish line.
Who can race?
Participants must be 18 years of age or older. However, everyone is invited to participate in the vendor village in Esplanade Park during and after the race.
This year’s race is now open to all, from power walker to marathoner, arm-chair quarterback to cross-fit enthusiast are encouraged to participate.
The race features challenge locations and challenges accessible to all levels of fitness and ability.