~ Due to the unprecedented national health care crisis the Ramble is canceled for April ~
The Ramble Mission Statement
Running is an expression of freedom and poetry, both which embraces the deepest values of life. The James Joyce Ramble embraces these values as an expression of charity, a plea for human rights and a celebration of art.
"An eclectic mix of high art and hard running" Sports Illustrated
"Has a lot to offer even if you haven't read Ulysses" Runners World Magazine
"A quality and culturally enriching event" The Boston Globe
"If you want some culture with your workout, you have to come for this race" Patriot Ledger
"Race of the Year" New England Runner Magazine
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The 2019 James Joyce Ramble is a proud sponsor partner of Back on My Feet
Back on My Feet seeks to revolutionize the way our society approaches homelessness. Their unique running-based model demonstrates that if you first restore confidence, strength and self-esteem, individuals are better equipped to tackle the road ahead and move toward jobs, homes and new lives.
Sunday, April 25, 2021 at 11:00 a.m.
"Time is, time was, but time will be no more".
Register at the Estate, Saturday from Noon to Six p.m.
Sunday, 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
I resent violence or intolerance in any shape or form… It’s a patent absurdity on the face of it to hate people because they live around the corner or speak another vernacular, so to speak.
A host of the
656 East Street
Host Hotel (use JJR as discount code)
Race Day Information
Sunday, April 25, 2021 at 11:00am
37th Unabridged Edition
Endicott Estate, 656 East Street, Dedham, Ma 02026
~ Saturday Registrations and bib pick ups commence at Noon and will close at 6 p.m.
~ Sunday, Registrations, 8:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m.
Championship Registrations are not available on Sunday
On Sunday, April 28th, the James Joyce Ramble welcomed Masters athletes back for the 7th consecutive year they have hosted the Masters 10 Km National Championships. The day before the race, runners were worried about the 20+ mph winds and the threat of rain. After race day dawned, the winds dropped to 9-10 mph, the showers held off, and with low 50’s temperatures, race conditions were about as good as it gets. A record crowd had entered—273 online and with onsite registrations the number swelled to over 290. The runners toed the line, the gun sounded, and the races were on!Read more