36th Annual Chatham Harbor Run
CANCELED for 2014
6.2 Mile Run/3.1 Mile Walk
(Chatham, 28 April 2013) - Welcome to spring and Chatham in
On-line registration is now open for the 35th Annual edition of the
Chatham Harbor Run or print out an application and
send it via the postal service. This year, proceeds go to the scholarship
fund of the newly established Monomoy
Regional School District so please come out and support our new schools!
See you on June 30th!
(Chatham, 28 June 2009) - Thanks to all who made the 31st annual edition of the Harbor Run and Walk one of our best fields ever. We got the overcast, rainy and cool as promised but still ended up with enough humidity to drown a Hockomock Swamp Rat! Still, Taylor Burmeister of Chatham bested the field in a smoking 32:43 to take down road ace Joe Navas by 30 seconds. The women's field was trumped by Lynn Burns of Needham who eked out a narrow win over Orleans native Dawn Varnum, 41:40 to 42:19. Plans are already under way for the 32nd year and we look forward to hosting you again in Chatham, the first stop of the East Wind!
(Chatham, 13 April 2009) - Welcome to the 31st running of the Chatham
Harbor Run! This year's race will be a fantastic event and we look forward to
seeing you in Chatham in June.
registration is now open!
(Chatham, 07 April 2008) - Welcome to the 30th Annual Edition! Maybe a special event or two planned for this year and the t-shirts are certain to disappear quickly. On-line registration is now open for the 30th running and we hope to see you there!
(Chatham, 25 June 2007) - Full results have now been posted for both the 5K walk and the 10K run. And yes, it really was 10K and not 5 miles. A request is out to the timing company to update the race title. Save the date for next year: 22 June ... and tell all your friends!
(Chatham, 24 June 2007) - Cloudless skies turn the heat on but low humidity make for slightly better than average conditions for the 29th running of the Chatham Harbor Run. Leading from wire to wire, Joe Navas claimed the overall win in 33 minutes, holding off returning champion Ian Nurse and a record-sized field, at least in recent history, of 277. Joe now joins the two-timers club but can he make it a tri-fec next year? Lizbie Porter of Arlington claimed the overall women's title in 41:19 with a comfortable 1 minute 13 second cushion over Dawn Varnum of Eastham. Full results will be available shortly. Thanks to all who participated and join us next year ... and don't forget that "everyday is like this in Chatham." [- John Whelan, official starter and honorary race mascot]
Celebrate summer with a run along the shore in Chatham!
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