The Cape Cod Commercial Fishermen's Alliance was proud to participate for the fourth consecutive year in the Asics Falmouth Road Race 2021 as part of the Number for Non-Profits Program.
A huge congratulations and thank you to our amazing #fishrunfalmouth runners who have crossed their finish lines at home and in Falmouth for this iconic 7-mile race: Rich Bryant, Holly Buddensee, Tarryn Christensen, Benjamin Greenspan, Monica Heuer, Brigid Krug, Kathryn Mandalakis, Gregory Mansbach, Katie McEachern, Heather Morin, Molly Ogren, Brendon Parker, Bryan Ruez, Nancy Ruez and Stephanie Sykes. We are so appreciative of everyone’s fundraising efforts with the team collectively raising more than $13,500!
Thank you to everyone who supported our team! You can visit our Falmouth Road Race Team fundraising page here.
2020 New Balance Falmouth Road Race "At-Home Edition" Wrap Up
We are grateful to our fantastic runners who successfully crossed their finish lines in the New Balance Falmouth Road Race “At-Home Edition 2020” as part of the Numbers for Non-Profits Program: Jenna Borkoski, Abbie Emery, Kelli Grew, Amy Harmon, Brigid Krug, Lizzie Lane, Elysse Magnotto-Cleary, Jen Pappalardo, Brendon Parker, Bryan Ruez, Nancy Ruez, Rob Stefanic and Tracy Sylvester. Thank you also to Caroline Lane, our volunteer coach, for her enthusiastic support.
We are so appreciative of everyone’s training and fundraising efforts with the team collectively raising $13,035! A big thank you to all of our race supporters and a very special congratulations to our top fundraiser (for the third year in a row), Lizzie Lane, who raised $4,000 and has cumulatively raised over $10,000 over the past 3 years!
2019 New Balance Falmouth Road Race Wrap Up
We are so thankful to our volunteer coach, Caroline Lane, and our amazing team of 13 runners who ran the 7 mile race from Woods Hole to Falmouth Heights raising $23,375 to support our mission.
About the Falmouth Road Race:
The 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.