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This is a 3.4 mile run/walk that was created to help raise money for my friend, Marc Fucarile. Marc was severly injured in the Boston Marathon bombings. He spent 100 days in the hospital and underwent countless surgeries to repair skin, remove shrapnel, repair blood vessles and tissue, reconstruct his left leg/foot, and the list goes on. He is a survivor. Marc is still undergoing surgeries and deals with constant pain in his left leg. All monies raised will go directly to Marc to help cover his numerous medical bills and help ease some of the stress that he and his family feel on a daily basis.
The first 200 registrants will recieve a 27oz. Race for the Recovery sports bottle!
This route leaves Cordage Park in Plymouth and turns left onto Court street. Left onto Hedge Road and a Right onto the bike path. Follow the bike path to the end and on into Nelson Park. Stay to the right through Nelson Park and turn Right onto Nelson Street. Follow to the end of the street and turn Right onto Court Street. Turn Right onto Robbins Road. At the end of Robbins turn Left back onto the bike path. Follow to the end and turn Left onto Hedge Road. At the end of Hedge Road turn right back onto Court Street and Right back into Cordage Park.
I'd like to thank all of our sponsors for their continued support! Cape Cod Nutrition Corner, Teamwork Physical Therapy, Mass Bay Spine & Sport Physical Therapy, Walmart and Rexa.
Bib pick up will take place at Marathon Sports Plymouth on Saturday May 30th from 12-2pm. If you are picking your bib up on race day please get there by 10:00-10:15am. Race starts at 11am! You'll want to give yourself some time to check out our silent auction table! We have some really great items. The auction will close around 12:15pm (give or take). Also, there is plenty of free parking on site. Just follow the Race for the Recovery signs. I look forward to seeing you all!
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