October 25, 8:30 AM Start on Main Street, Falmouth, MA The one-loop course begins and ends at the Village Green in Falmouth center. The first part is easy, the latter is a test. The people who do well on this course follow the following formula: go out easy, take plenty of fluids, and save energy for the hills. Although the course is not closed to traffic, it is run on secondary roads and monitored by the police and numerous volunteers. Registration Information CLAM CHOWDAH CHALLENGE: Runners interested in the Clam Chowdah Challenge (running both the Half and Full Marathons), should go to the Clam Chowdah Challenge page for more information. NOTE: To register to run the Challenge, you must register ONLY for the Clam Chowdah Challenge which will automatically enter you in both the half and full marathons. DO NOT enter the half and full marathons separately! Entry Fee is $75.00 through July 31; $85.00 through October 25 OR until the race sells out. To register, go to Online Registration and follow the simple instructions. PLEASE NOTE: The entry fee is non-refundable. THE FIELD WILL BE LIMITED TO THE FIRST 1,200 MARATHONERS WHO ENTER. Runners entering the Cape Cod Marathon should be well enough trained to complete the course in six hours. After 2:30 pm, the course will be closed, and runners who finish after that time may not be scored. Parking is available at the school, Lawrence Junior High, 113 Lakeview Ave and the municipal lots nearby and in walking distance to the start/finish line. All finishers receive a medallion and certificate. All entrants receive a t-shirt. Confirmation of entry will be emailed when entry is processed. Marathon...Read More
October 25, 8:30 AM Start, Main Street, Falmouth, MA The one-loop course begins and ends at the Village Green in Falmouth center. There are five relay legs, the distances are 3.05, 6.15, 5.7, 6.0, 5.3 miles. The first part is easy, the latter is a test. Although the course is not closed to traffic, it is run on secondary roads and monitored by the police and numerous volunteers. The Marathon and Marathon Relay are run simultaneously on the same course. Registration Information Entry Fee is $160.00 per team through October 25 OR until the 200 team limit is reached. Once the captain has registered and created a name for the team, it is very important to understand when team mates go to register, the entry fee of $160 will come up on the side once again. However, as soon as the team name that the captain created is chosen, the $160 is taken off because the captain already paid and set up the team. To register, go to the Online Registration and follow the simple instructions. PLEASE NOTE: The entry fee is non-refundable. NO RACE DAY REGISTRATION Parking is available at the school and the municipal lots nearby and in walking distance to the start/finish line. View a map of the race day parking areas. Confirmation of entry will be emailed when entry is processed. Bib number assignment and more information will be emailed out by October. The “ChronoTrack B-Tag” system will be used for timing and scoring. Team Membership (Open Race): Minimum – two, maximum – five. Changes may be made online through the registration site. Runners may compete in an age division younger than their age group...Read More
October 24, 7:30 AM Start, Falmouth Town Square, Falmouth, MA The Novo Nordisk Cape Cod Marathon Half race course is a fast and scenic route that hugs the Falmouth coastline of Nantucket Sound. Designed to maximize runners’ view of Martha’s Vineyard and the beautiful waters of Nantucket Sound this out and back course is limited to one hill, the famous final hill for the Falmouth Road Race located in the Heights of Falmouth Heights. But don’t be alarmed- this one hill occurs at miles 3.5 and 9.75 and is over before you know it. The 2015 Novo Nordisk Cape Cod Marathon Half starts at Town Hall Square in the heart of Falmouth and proceeds down Walker St. After a quick loop around Beebe Acres Rd. it proceeds to the end of Walker and makes a left onto Surf Dr. The course then takes a left onto Shore St. followed by a right onto Clinton Ave. At the end of Clinton it takes a left onto Scranton where it proceeds until making a right onto Robbins Rd. At the end of Robbins Rd the course takes a right and follows Falmouth Hights Rd, through the finish line of the Falmouth Road Race where the road turns into Menauhant Rd. The course continues on Menauhant Rd. until it forks off to the right onto Ocean Ave. Traveling along Ocean Ave the course flows onto Vineyard St. until it intersects with Bridge St. where it takes a right. At the end of Bridge St. the course take a right back onto Menauhant Rd and continues until the turn-around point at the intersection of Central Ave and Menauhant Rd. The course then follows...Read More
Main Street, Falmouth, MA Take on the challenge of running both the half marathon and full marathon, there is nothing like in the New England area! 39.3 miles over two days!! Registration Information Entry Fee is $155.00 through July 31; $175.00 through October 24 OR until the race sells out. To register, go to the Online Registration and follow the simple instructions. PLEASE NOTE: The entry fee is non-refundable. All runners entered in the “Clam Chowdah Challenge” will automatically be registered in both the half and full marathon. Participants in the “Clam Chowdah Challenge” who complete both the half and full marathons will receive a commemorative long-sleeved t-shirt and a 24 oz ceramic chowdah bowl in addition to the t-shirts, finishers’ medals, and certificates given to all finishers in the half marathon and marathon. The commemorative t-shirts and chowdah mugs will be handed out at a designated location following the marathon. IMPORTANT NOTE! If you have already signed up for either the half or full marathons and now have decided that you are willing to inflict even more pain on yourself by entering the “Clam Chowdah Challenge” (assuming it has not filled), e-mail the Race Administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org for instructions. THE FIELD WILL BE LIMITED TO THE FIRST 200 CLAM CHOWDAH CHALLENGE PARTICIPANTS WHO ENTER. Runners entering the Clam Chowdah Challenge should be well enough trained to complete the half marathon in three hours and the full marathon in six hours. The course closure times are: half marathon on Saturday — after 10:30 am and marathon on Sunday — after 2:30 pm. Runners who finish after those times may not be timed. NO RACE DAY REGISTRATION Parking is available...Read More
The 2015 Cape Cod Marathon Weekend will take place on Saturday and Sunday, October 24(7:30am) and 25(8:30am).
The Cape Cod Marathon began in 1978, run for first 6 years at Otis AFB, and since then, on a scenic one-loop certified course in Falmouth. This year marks the 37th running and is hosted by the Falmouth Track Club.
Falmouth Track Club is again organizing and hosting the 3rd Annual Cape Cod Invitational Cup (CCIC) Club Relay Challenge to take place during the 2015 Cape Cod Marathon/Relay in Falmouth on Sunday, October 25, 2015.