Race Schedule


Complete 7 of the races.   Races may be adjusted due to weather and will be posted quarterly.

1. Hangover Classic 5-Miler, Bristol, RI – DONE
2. Hot/Cold 10-Miler – PICK ONE
Old Fashioned 10-Miler, Foxboro, MA – DONE
Blessing of the Fleet 10-Miler, Friday, July 26, Narragansett, RI – DONE
3. Late Winter/Spring Half Marathon – PICK ONE
Hyannis Half Marathon, Hyannis, MA – DONE
Horseneck Half Marathon, Westport, MA – DONE
Funky Monkey Half Marathon, Sunday, June 23, Seekonk, MA – DONE
Bristol Independence Half Marathon, Saturday, June 29, Bristol, RI _ DONE
4. Three Seasons/Three States 10K – PICK ONE
Hyannis 10K, Hyannis, MA – DONE
Woodstock 10K, Woodstock, CT – DONE
South Foster Firefighters 10K,  Saturday, Oct. 19, Foster, RI – DONE
5. Massachusetts Police 5K
Officer Thomas Giunta 5K, Sunday, April 7, Fall River, MA – DONE
6. Summer Sizzler 5K – PICK ONE
Narragansett Summer Nights 5K, Thursday, June 20, Bristol, RI – DONE
St. Mary’s Feast 5K, Saturday, July 20, Cranston, RI – DONE
Francis Farm 5K, Sunday, July 28, Seekonk, Mass. – DONE
7. Rhode Island July 5.5-miler – PICK ONE
Glocester Fourth of July 5.5-miler, Thursday, July 4, Glocester, RI – DONE
Tarzan Brown Mystic River 5.5-Miler, Sunday, Nov. 3, Mystic, CT – DONE
8. Common Fence Point 5-miler, Sunday, August 18, Portsmouth, RI – DONE
9. Finish for a Guinness 5K, Sunday, Sept. 1, Warren, RI – DONE
10. Autumn Leaves 5k – PICK ONE
Crackerbarrel 5K, Saturday, Sept. 14, Wrentham, MA – DONE
South Foster Firefighters 5K,  Saturday, Oct. 19, Foster, RI – DONE
East Providence “Townie” Turkey Trot 5K, Saturday, Nov. 23, East Providence, RI
11. Pet Partners’ Great Pumpkin 5K, Sunday, Oct. 27, Warren, RI – DONE
12. Fall Half Marathon – PICK ONE
Jamestown Half Marathon, Saturday, Sept. 21, Jamestown, R.I. – DONE
New England Harvest Half Marathon, Sunday, Oct. 13, Swansea, MA – DONE
Colt State Park Half Marathon, Sunday, Nov. 3, Bristol, RI – DONE

13. Trot Off Your Turkey 5K, Saturday, Nov. 30, Barrington, RI

14. Newport Christmas 10K, Sunday, Dec. 8, Newport, RI


Three factors weigh into what I pick for races …

1.  Popularity in the club. If a road race drew 15 or more RIRR runners, there’s a very, very good chance it will be back on the next year’s schedule.
2.  I’ll give strong preferences to races whose race directors will either donate race entries to our banquet in March or give us discounts to their races. It’s one of the ways to say thanks to these folks for their generosity year after year.
3.  The way to my heart is to my stomach. Any race that gives out free beer and/or has a great spread of food certainly grabs my attention. In other words, if I can leave my wallet in my car and have a couple of beers before I head home, then that’s good enough for me.