Over $2400 in Cash and Merchandise Prizes. $50 Cash prize for new men's or women's 5K overall course record. $100 Cash Prize for new men's or women's 10K overall course record.
Awards ceremony to begin at 11:15
Men: Nick Green 32:31
Women: Erin Brown 41:12
Men: Louis Raffeto 16:47
Women: Kate Blake 19:57
Parking is available for the first 200 cars in the Draper Mfg lot. Over flow parking with be directed to the nearby John F Kennedy School on Dedham St, Canton High School on Washington St or Chapman St. Please note: Parking on Chapman street is limited to the odd numbered side only. There will be no parking allowed on the fun run course (Draper and Sumner St.)
New starting times
1 mile senior walk will start at 9:00 am
1 mile fun run will start at 9:45 am.......
5K and 10K road races will start simultaneously at 10:00 am
REGISTRATION CLOSES AT 9:45
The 30th Canton Fall Classic
The 30th annual Canton Fall Classic is a well organized road race featuring scenic challenging courses.The race has established itself as a staple on the local running circuit. Both courses are accurate, wheel measured with split time and ample water
stations. Long sleeved t-shirts guaranteed for all pre entries. Post race refreshments are plentiful. Merchandise awards are given to top age group finishers and there is a small cash purse for overall winners and course records.
10K: Amos Sang 29:49 (2017)
Julie Spolidoro 35:08 (2008)
5K: Josh Ferenc 15:22 (2006)
Carol Zajac 16:41 (1995)
A word about our colors this year
The Canton Fall Classic has long been not only a great Canton community event, but also an outstanding event for surrounding communities. This past year, Stoughton suffered an unimaginable loss when 4 high school students died in a tragic car accident. Three of those students were members of the Stoughton High track team. There has been a strong connection between the Stoughton team and the Canton Fall classic for almost 20 years. Race director Harvey Blonder coached cross country and track for 14 years at Stoughton High and literally 100’s of Stoughton team members have served in various support roles on race day. This year, to honor the memory of the four students and the community at large we have borrowed the Stoughton colors and will be donating a portion of the proceeds to the track team.