Race Schedule


Complete 7 of the races.   Races may be adjusted due to weather/availability. Please be sure to check for updates.


1. Hangover Classic 5-Miler, Jan. 1, Bristol, RI – DONE

2. Hot/Not Really That Cold 10-Miler – PICK ONE
Old Fashioned 10-Miler, Sunday, Feb. 16, Foxboro, MA – DONE
Blessing of the Fleet 10-Miler, Friday, July 24, Narragansett, RI

3. Late Winter/Spring Mass. Half Marathon – PICK ONE
Hyannis Half Marathon, Sunday, Feb. 23, Hyannis, MA
New Bedford Half Marathon, Sunday, March 15, New Bedford, MA
Horseneck Half Marathon, Sunday, May 17, Westport, MA

4. Officer Thomas Giunta 5K, Sunday, April 5, Fall River,MA


5. Summer Half Marathon – PICK ONE
Bristol Independence Half Marathon, Saturday, June 27, Bristol, RI
John & Jessie Kelley Ocean Beach Half Marathon, Saturday, August, New London, Conn.
Jamestown Half Marathon, Saturday, Sept. 19, Jamestown, RI

6. Summer Sizzler 5K – PICK ONE
Narragansett Summer Nights 5K, Thursday, June, Bristol RI
St. Mary’s Feast 5K, Saturday, July, Cranston, RI
Francis Farm 5K, Sunday, July, Seekonk, Mass.
Crackerbarrel 5K, Saturday, September, Wrentham, Mass.

7. St. Mary’s Feast 5.5-miler, Saturday, July, Cranston, RI

8. Finish for a Guinness 5K, Sunday, September, Warren, RI


9. Autumn Leaves 5K – PICK ONE
Thirsty Beaver Dash 5K, October, Smithfield, RI
South Foster Volunteer Fire Company 5K, October, Foster, RI
Pet Partners Great Pumpkin 5K, October, Warren, RI
East Providence Turkey Trot 5K, November, East Providence, RI

10. Autumn Leaves 10K – PICK ONE
South Foster Volunteer Fire Company 10K, October, Foster, RI
East Providence Turkey Trot 10K, November, East Providence, RI

11. Autumn Half Marathon – PICK ONE
New England Harvest Half Marathon, October, Swansea, Mass.
Colt State Park Half Marathon, November, Bristol, R.I.
Black Goose Half Marathon, November, Seekonk, Mass.

12. Trot Off Your Turkey 5K, last Saturday in November, Barrington, RI

13. Christmas 10K, December, Newport, RI


Per Eric Benevides – as for the races that were selected, they were picked because …

A. they have truly outstanding post-race festivities (beer, food, etc.).
B. they were attended by 20 or more RIRR runners in 2019.
C. a few of the race directors were more than generous enough to donate race entries to our banquet’s raffle.
D. the Grand Prix director wanted some in his part of the state.
E. the Grand Prix director decided to “go retro” and pick a couple of half marathons that once graced this schedule many moons ago.