The Race Expo will be held during race weekend at the Resort & Conference Center at Hyannis, in the Ballroom on the 1st floor (farthest right of hotel).
You can pick-up your Packet (Bib, with B-Tag & T-shirt), during Race Expo hours.
Race Expo Hours:
12:00 - 5:00 pm* on Saturday, February 25, & 7:30 - 4:00 pm on Sunday, February 26.
EXPO SPECIAL GUESTs:
Bill Rodgers and Frank Shorter
Boston & New York Marathon legend Bill Rodgers and 1972 Olympic Marathon Winner Frank Shorter will be our special guests in 2017.
#5 Frank Shorter #3 Bill Rodgers - 1978 Boston Marathon
Boston Billy Rodgers won both the Boston & New York Marathon races four times each between 1975 and 1980, twice breaking the American record at Boston with a time of 2:09:55 in 1975 and a 2:09:27 in 1979.
In 1977 he won the Fukuoka Marathon, making him the only runner ever to hold the championship of all three major marathons at the same time.
He made the 1976 U.S. Olympic team and raced the marathon at the Montreal Olympics in 1976, finishing 40th. He did not participate in the Olympics in 1980due to the U.S. boycott over the invasion of Afghanistan by the USSR.
Frank Shorter won the U.S. national cross-country championships four times (1970, 1971, 1972, 1973). He was the U.S. Olympic Trials Champion in both the 10,000-meter run and the marathon in both 1972 and 1976. He also won both the 10,000-meter and the marathon at the 1971 Pan American Games. Shorter was a four-time winner of the Fukuoka Marathon (1971, 1972, 1973, 1974). He was successful on the road racing circuit as well, winning the Peachtree Road Race in 1977 and the Falmouth Road Race in 1975 and 1976.
Shorter won his greatest recognition, however, as a marathon runner, and is the only American athlete to win two medals in the Olympic marathon event. Shorter won the gold medal in the marathon at the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, Germany, after finishing fifth in the Olympic 10,000-meter final. He received the James E. Sullivan Award as the top amateur athlete in the United States afterward. He won the silver medal in the marathon at the 1976 Summer Olympics in Montreal, Canada, finishing second behind previously unheralded gold medalist Waldemar Cierpinski of East Germany.
From 2000 to 2003, Shorter was the chairman of the United States Anti-Doping Agency, a body that he helped to establish.
Exhibitor Space & Sponsorship Opportunities are STILL AVAILABLE.
Please contact Paul Collyer for more information & availability.
National Running Center has great deals on running shoes, clothing, socks, packs to carry your items, and a full array of nutritionals and accessories.
At the Hyannis Marathon we will be selling our retro-reflective gear! Our collection includes everything from hats and gloves to both men’s and women’s jackets and pants. Our gear is meant for outdoors and combines fashion with safety. We are exclusively online, check us out at www.illuminite.com.
Founded in 1975 by Howard Sagrans, &under the sole ownership of Colin Peddie since 1992, we have grown from our humble beginnings as a renovated first-floor apartment near Cambridge's historic Harvard Square to seven retail locations spread in all directions across the Greater Boston area.
By implementing a foot and biomechanical analysis in the shoe selection process - what we call The Right Fit - in early 1992, we helped to pioneer the gait assessment component now prevalent among most running and walking specialty stores across the nation.
Through a commitment to exceptional customer service and an unparalleled depth of knowledge for the products we carry and the ways in which they work, we have won the prestigious BEST OF BOSTON award (given by Boston Magazine) an unprecedented 14 times, an honor we take very seriously.
Ultimately, our mission is to bring you all the passion, knowledge, and honesty that we share for our sport, in an effort to help you successfully pursue your own personal goals for a healthy life.
Sign up for Ragnar Trail New England – MA and/or Reach the Beach Relay Today! Teams of friends & families run day and night, relay-style on roads or trails. Running together as a team is an experience like no other. Join the Ragnar Nation as you forge new friendships, challenge each other, and connect as Ragnarians in the overnight running relay that makes testing your limits a team sport!
Wag Your Tail is owned by two sisters, Dawn and Heather. We have a great time working together, love dogs and believe that life is something to be enjoyed. Stop by for some wagging good shirts and other items!
Bondi Band will be selling sweat-wicking headbands, fashion bands, reversible skinny bands, pony ties, arm & wrist bands, pony ties, hats, and Bondi Compression Socks & Sleeves.
LOCO Sports will be selling race apparel at the LOCO Booth this year and offering discounts on it's fun LOCO Races.
Description: Renewal By Andersen is a residential energy efficient replacement window and door company. We are Green Seal Certified because all of our products are made up of re-claimed wood fibers. All of the work done by Renewal By Andersen is start to finish meaning we handle every phase of the customer’s window project. We make, sell, install, warranty, and service all of our products resulting in beautiful homes and delighted home owners.
ChafeX Skin Cream…NOT a new product…New Science for runners to prevent chafing and blistering. Stop by for a demonstration!
Meet award-winning writer and runner Paul Clerici, author of the “Boston Marathon History by the Mile” and “A History of the Falmouth Road Race” books. He will be selling and signing his books at the expo on Sat., February 25, from 12-5 p.m. Come by and ask about the Boston Marathon, Falmouth Road Race, the weekend Hyannis races, running and training in general, or just stop by to say hello!
"Going the Distance: The Power of Endurance ,” with a Foreword by Jacqueline Hansen, chronicles Mary McManus' journey as a survivor of paralytic polio and trauma, as a runner and as a woman who refused to quit. She refused to take the diagnosis of Post-Polio Syndrome, a progressive neuromuscular disease, sitting down and went from a wheelchair in December 2006 to the finish line of the 2009 Boston Marathon and beyond! Mary will be selling and signing copies of her latest book, and inspire runners with her 10 year healing odyssey, sharing what finally helped her reclaim her life and how, at age 63, she is more vibrant and healthy than she's ever been. To learn more visit www.marymcmanus.com
Did you know most competitors at triathlons were runners before they entered the sport? If you haven’t tried a triathlon before, perhaps this is your year! Meet the race directors of several New England triathlons as well as representatives from area clubs. Never give up the running races — but increase your enjoyment of sport with a triathlon this year!
We've all had a pathetic moment in our running, an untied running shoe, a T-shirt on backwards, a blister, an injury, or an "only a runner would think this is funny" T-Shirts, Hats and runner gear! To learn more visit: www.patheticrunner.com
The American Lung Association is the nation's leading voluntary health organization fighting for clean air and healthy lungs. American Lung Association staff will be taking on-the-spot registrations for our awesome Stair Climb, Bike Trek and Walk events, and will be stocked with plenty of info for all of your lung health needs.
For more information about the race, volunteering, etc. contact: