2017 Falmouth Road Race

Sunday, August 20, 2017
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Falmouth, MA 02543
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The New Balance Falmouth Road Race celebrates its 45th running this year, and the spirit which made the first Falmouth so special is still present today. More than 11,000 runners will gather in Woods Hole for the 2017 race, including many of the world’s elite, though the essence of the event remains a fun run. Back-of-the-pack joggers share the road with the best, forming a tapestry of colors from the start on Water Street to the finish at the beach in Falmouth Heights.

Team Buzzards Bay will be participating in the 2017 Falmouth Road Race as part of the Numbers for Nonprofits Program. If you would like to run and fundraise with Team Buzzards Bay, contact Deb Hood at (508) 999-6363 x207.

For more information:
Phone: (508) 999-6363 x207
Category: Falmouth Road Race
Hosted By: Falmouth Road Race
Outdoor Event
Falmouth Road Race
More than 11,000 runners gather in Woods Hole for the New Balance Falmouth Road Race.

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10:00AM - 11:30AM
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10:00AM - 11:00AM
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