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.
2020 New Balance Falmouth Road Race - Sunday August 16, 2020
Are you ready to run the iconic route of the Falmouth Road Race? Looking to give back in a way that helps your community and you? Join the Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen's Alliance 2020 New Balance Falmouth Road Race team and start your year off right.
We are looking for 15 runners to join us!
Raise $1,000 or more for the Fishermen's Alliance by August 16.
You'll receive a training plan and tips for achieving your personal best.
All levels of runners are invited.
You'll receive marketing materials and support to help you raise the funds. `
2019 New Balance Falmouth Road Race Wrap Up
The Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen's Alliance was proud to participate for the second consecutive year in the 2019 New Balance Falmouth Road Race.
A huge congratulations to our #FishRuns Falmouth Road Race team on their amazing accomplishment of crossing the finish line after a hot and humid 7-mile race from Woods Hole to the Falmouth Heights. This stellar team: Melissa Alden, Christa Danilowicz, Abby Farrell, Abbie Frazier, Christine Johnson, Lizzie Lane, Kurt Martin, Jim Nelson, Brendon Parker, Amanda Rice, Rob Rice, Chris Ruez and Lara Slifka raised $23,375 to support our mission. Thank you to all of our race supporters and a special shout out to our top fundraiser (for the second year in a row), Lizzie Lane who raised $3,050, Abby Farrell, our youngest and fastest runner, placing 3rd in her age division with a time of 49:19, and our volunteer team coach Caroline Lane for all of her cheerleading and support. A successful collaborative effort by all!
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.