Run Falmouth for Fish and Fishermen! Join the Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen's Alliance in its second year for the 2019 New Balance Falmouth Road Race. Raise $1,500 or more for the Fishermen's Alliance by August 15, 2019. You'll receive a training plan and coaching to help you achieve your personal best. All levels of runners are invited.
A look at last year:
Congratulations to our 2018 Falmouth Road Race team in our inaugural debut in this year’s iconic 7-mile seaside race on Saturday, August 19. Collectively, the team of nine raised more than $13,000 for the Fishermen’s Alliance, a huge success for our first-time participating! Our profound thanks to team members Andy Brennan, Colin Bannon, Francesca Derteano, Kathleen Giorgio, Lizzie Lane, Jim Nelson, Shawn Szturma, Chris Ruez and our very own colleague Christa Danilowicz for participating, fundraising and crossing the finish line. A special shout-out to Chris Ruez who ran a remarkable race in 42:20 (a 6-minute mile!) and to Lizzie Lane for being our top fundraiser raising nearly $3,200! We extend a very special thank you to team coach Caroline Lane for all of her efforts in supporting our race team.
About the New Balance Falmouth Road Race:
The New Balance Falmouth Road Race was established in 1973 and has become one of the premier running events of the summer season. Each year the race draws an international field of Olympians, elite runners and recreational runners out to enjoy the scenic 7-mile seaside course. The non-profit Falmouth Road Race organization is dedicated to promoting health and fitness for all in its community. Proceeds from the race each year support youth athletic programs in the town of Falmouth and other non-profit community groups.
Individuals with disabilities who need a special accommodation to participate in a Fishermen’s Alliance program, service, or activity, should call the ADA/504 Coordinator Melissa Sanderson at (508) 945-2432 x103 or the Massachusetts Relay Service at 7-1-1 or 1-800-439-2370 at least two working days in advance.
Reasonable accommodations may include, but are not limited to, interpreters, assistive listening devices, accessible seating or documentation in an alternate format.