Group running program for boys and girls entering grades 1-12. No running experience required. The program will emphasize the fun of running and focus on conditioning and technique at all levels. Runners will learn stretching and strengthening exercises to improve running technique and avoid injury. Held at the Falmouth High School Track.
Session 1: June 30 & July 2
Session 2: July 7 & 9
Session 3: July 14 & 16
Session 4: July 21 & 23
After threats of rain earlier in the week, Saturday, June 13 turned out to be the perfect day for the FTC’s first golf tournament of 2015.
A record 39 FTC members and friends registered for the 18 hole event at beautiful Paul Harney Golf Course.
Falmouth Track Club’s 5th Golf Tournament in the past 3 years was again closely fought with the lone exception of the winning team, The Bobby Bruins, coming out on top with an FTC record low score of 53 — 8 under par for the course!
Save the Date: Sunday, September 13, 2015 at 1 pm.
Race Distance: NEW! Just for fun mile run/walk at 1:30 pm, following the competitive Main St. Mile at 1 pm.
Location: Runs starts at Falmouth Village Green and ends at Surf Drive Beach. Number pickup after 11 am on race day at the Surf Drive Beach House.
Entry Fee: $10 Kids 12 under / $15 Individuals / $47 Family (4 or more) / $15 Kids day of race entries / $20 Individual day of race
The Main Street Mile is presented by the Falmouth Track Club and sponsored by: Wood Lumber Company, Cape Cod Sports Medicine, Falmouth Road Race, Marathon Sports, Sports Center Physical Therapy, Total Orthopedic Care, Howlingbird Studio, Carlson Printing, Studio 280 Photography, Hamilton Tree & Landscape, and Island Queen.
Paul Clerici, author of the recently-published book A History of the Falmouth Road Race, will be at Eight Cousins Bookstore in Falmouth on Thursday, August 13, at 7 pm.
The seven-mile Falmouth Road Race catapulted Cape Cod onto the running radar. Frank Shorter winning gold in the 1972 Olympic marathon inspired local barkeep Tommy Leonard to start a race in his own town. That inaugural race in 1973 garnered fewer than one hundred runners. Participation soon swelled to the thousands, thanks to the success of organizers, volunteers, and talented fields, including running legends like Bill Rodgers and Catherine Ndereba, as well as wheelchair champions Bob Hall and Tatyana McFadden.
Follow author Paul C. Clerici along every bend and uphill battle of the race’s history from the early stages of the running boom to resetting the road-racing calendar.
The next meeting has been moved to Thursday, July 16, 7 pm at the Track Club office (661D Main Street, next to the Falmouth Road Race office).
All members are welcome! Everyone’s input and support are important for the future of our Club!
Full 2015 calendar of monthly meetings is available… Continue reading
All the photos from the Cape Cod Expo and Cape Cod Trail Race are available!
Not only do you join a great group, you join an organization that gives back to the community.
$20 for Individual Membership
$25 for Family Membership
$10 for Youth Membership (under 18)
Our membership year runs from January 1 to December 31.
If you need your status verified, please email Doris Beatty.
Show your FTC pride!
Jackets have arrived! In addition, we have navy blue sweatshirts, singlets, shirts and shorts to offer runners. The prices have not increased and the FTC Jacket is priced at a very reasonable $42.00.
Below are samples of what is available in a variety of sizes. Singlets are maroon and white while long and short sleeves are all white with maroon lettering. FTC logo koozies are also for sale for $2.
Cash and checks only will be accepted.
The Falmouth Track Club office is open Tuesdays 9:30 am-1 pm through Labor Day, then return to Fridays from 9:30 am-1 pm. The office location is 661D Main Street, next door to the Falmouth Road Race office.
Click items for larger view and pricing.