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Cohasset Road Race by the Sea 10K

One of the most beautiful and popular 10K course in New England. Beginning at the historic Cohasset Town Common, down by the harbor, along the coast and then the rolling hills back to the common.

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The 10K race registration is limited to 1,770 runners.

 Race Begins at 1 p.m. Cohasset Common.

The Fran Coffey Fun Walk by the Sea begins at 10am at Sandy Beach...great time to enjoy the beautiful area and help raise funds for a number of very worthwhile causes.

Sunday, April 6, 2014 in Cohasset, MA

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