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Pre-registration: $25
Day of the Race: $30
Ages 14 and under or over 65: $15

FEATURES USATF Sanctioned. Time Splits at 1-3-5 miles. Water Stations each mile. Refreshments. High School Locker Room available for change/showers.
TIMING Provided by Harrier Race Systems.
AWARDS 10K male winner's name engraved on Herb Lewis Memorial Trophy
10K female winner's name engraved on John Murphy Trophy
Trophys displayed in town.
Awards to top 3 men and women in each age group.
PRIZES Many prizes awarded by random raffle. All are eligible!
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    Tim Giblin
    Conor Cashman
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    Walpole Labor Day Road Race
    P.O. Box 174
    Walpole, MA 02081 


Labor Day
Monday, September 1, 2014

Race begins at 10:00 am
Walpole High School

Proceeds to benefit the
Walpole High School Boys & Girls Cross Country, Winter Track and Spring Track Teams

*5K Race begins promptly at 10:00 am, followed immediately by the 10K Race. Tables will open for registration at 8:30 am.

We are excited! This is the 41th year for the race, making it one of the oldest in the area and a wonderful Walpole tradition! We expect over 600 participants, many volunteers, and loads of cheering spectators!

This year, we will have a Youth Mile that will begin at 9:15. The Youth Mile will begin at the top of Clapp Street and finish in front of the high school. For the Youth Mile, we will award only the 3 top finishers overall. There will be no awards by gender/age. Here is the course: Start at Clapp, go down Common, Left on Mass, Left on Stone, Left on Ellis, Left on Common, Finish in front of high school.

» View the 2012 Road Race results

» View the 2013 Road Race results

Walpole Grand Prix Race Series
Grand Prix

We will be keeping the basic blueprint of this fun community event the same and are eager to add a few features. This year, we are proud to announce that we will be following the Boston Marathon’s lead to be more environmentally-friendly—our race is “GOING GREEN”! We will recycle everything we can, we will use all leftover materials from races past, and we are encouraging participants to walk/carpool to the race and to register online to reduce paper usage.