Course: Fast and mostly flat, arrows at all turns, mile-markers. 4 miles. and mostly flat, arrows at all turns, mile-markers. 4 miles. USATF Certified #MA10029JK. Click here to see the Course Map.
Registration & Check-in: 7:30 to 8:45AM in Davis Square at the Harvard Vanguard parking garage on the corner of Holland Street and Buena Vista Road - right by the start. (Wheelchairs must pre-register by Friday, November 14th to ensure safety precaution with local police.)
*** Early Number Pick Up IS BACK:. Early number & shirt pick up will be available at Marathon Sports in Cambridge during normal store hours Saturday-Wednesday 11/22-11/26.
Results: Full race results published on coolrunning.com.
Prize Money: Please note that cash prizes have been eliminated as of 2011 and beyond.
Award categories for runners: Please note age group medals have been eliminated as of 2011 and beyond.
*** No awards ceremony on race day. In deference to family holiday, and limited capacity in the Burren, we no longer hold an awards ceremony.
T-shirts: Long Sleeve T-shirts to the first 2400 entries only!!
Post Race: Festivities afterwards at the Burren, 247 Elm Street, Somerville (right by the finish line).
Course Record Holders:
Male: 19:13 Justin Lutz - 2010
Female: 22:13 Jennifer Donovan - 2010
For more information please contact: Bill Bryant at email@example.com. To volunteer for this event please sign up here!
Somerville Track PAC: Provides college scholarships for Somerville High School students. This volunteer organization is made up of teachers, city officials, Track Team members, families, and coaches.
Directions: From Mass Pike (I-90) exit I-95/Rte 128 north to Rte 2. Exit Rte. 2 east to Rte 16. Left on Rte 16 at traffic lights. Go to second set of traffic lights on Rte 16, take a right on Broadway (supermarket on far right corner). Go 2 sets of lights, bear right on Holland Street (Rudy's Cafe - Mexican restaurant on right). Go approximately 1/4 of a mile, Harvard Vanguard is on the right. (see Google Maps)
Take the T! We are located at the Davis Square stop on the Red Line. We offer baggage-checking during the race.
Project Soup: New England's first free supper program, opened in 1969. Several years ago, Somerville Homeless Coalition agreed to provide a home for this long-standing community program, recognizing its work to combat hunger was integral to our mission. Project Soup serves nearly 70 people a day. Its community supper program offers meals several times a week at different Somerville churches. It also operates food pantries in three city locations; a meal-delivery service for the elderly, disabled, and those living with AIDS; a dollar-a-bag program of fresh fruits and vegetables; and nutrition classes and outreach.