These athletes will be racing in the 7-mile Falmouth Road Race, and the Wheelchair Mile at the Falmouth Track Festival.

Men’s Bios

Alexandre Dupont

Clarenceville, Quebec

Competing with his wife Llana in the wheelchair division, Alexandre represented Canada in the 2016 Rio Paralympics and won the bronze medal in the 4x400m relay. He has also competed in several Commonwealth Games, winning gold in the 1500m in 2018.

2019: 2nd (25:06)

Hermin Garic

Utica, NY

2021 ASICS Falmouth Road Race champion and multiple time top finisher. Hermin is also the course record holder at the Cooper River Bridge Run.

2021: 1st (25:24)
2019: 3rd (25:28)
2018: 2nd (28:41)
2017: 6th (26:59)
2016: 2nd (29:15)
2015: 4th (26:57)
2014: 4th (27:25)
2013: 6th (28:10)

Delmace Mayo

Jamaica Plain, MA

An up and coming star in para athletics, Delmace is the current U17 (athletes who are 15 or 16 years of age on 31st August within the competition year) record holder for the 100m. In 2021, Delmace was also a High School All American in the 100m and 400m. In addition to wheelchair racing, Delmace also competes in sled hockey, WCMX, basketball, surfing, and baseball.

2021: 8th (36:28)

Daniel Romanchuk

Champaign, IL

Three-time ASICS Falmouth Road Race Champion, and course record holder. Daniel is a two time Paralympian with a gold medal in the 400m and a bronze medal in the marathon in the 2020 Tokyo Paralympics. He is also the world record holder in the 800m.

2019: 1st (21:58) *Course Record
2018: 1st (23:48)
2017: 1st (23:16)
2013: 4th (26:51)

Krige Schabort

Cedartown, GA

Schabort, who lost both legs as a corporal in the South African Army when his unit came under attack in 1987 in the Angola Border war, became a U.S. citizen in 2009. A 6-time Paralympian — including the triathlon in 2016 — Schabort has also competed in Hawaii’s famed Ironman Triathlon. On July 4, Schabort finished 10th in the AJC Peachtree Road Race, in what was likely the deepest non-marathon field in road-racing history.

2019: 6th (27:42)
2017: 2nd (23:29)
2014: 2nd (25:13)
2013: 1st (24:170
2012: 1st (24:16)
2011: 1st (24:11)
2009: 1st (26:13)
2008: 1st (23:35)

James Senbeta

Champaign, IL

James graduated from the University of Illinois in 2014. That same year he won Grandma’s Marathon and was 9th at the BAA Boston Marathon. In 2016 he represented the U.S. at the Paralympics.

2021: 2nd (27:18)
2019: 7th (27:46)
2017: 4th (26:08)
2015: 1st (21:42)
2014: 1st (23:42)

Women’s Bios

Jenna Fesemyer

Champaign, IL

A 2020 Tokyo Paralympian, Jenna is returning to compete in Falmouth this year. Jenna has won the gold in the 2019 Parapan American Games in the 800m, as well as reaching the podium at the Chicago Marathon in 2021, winning third place.

2016: 3rd (38:03)

Yen Hoang

Vancouver, WA

A 2019 graduate of the University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, Yen participated in the 2014 and 2015 U.S. Paralympics Track & Field National Championships. In 2015 she was 4th in the 100m, and was 5th in the 400m, 800m, and 1,500m. In 2014 she was 4th in the 100m and 5th in 400m, 800m, and 1,500m. In 2021. She also competed in the Tokyo Paralympics for team USA in the 100m, 400m, and 800m.

2017: 4th (33:19)
2016: 1st (35:59)

Katrina Lambeth

Natick, MA

A multiple time top finisher in the ASICS Falmouth Road Race, Katrina Lambeth returns again this year to compete in the wheelchair division. Katrina was a member of the US Paralympic Track and Field Team, and she won first place at the 2019 LA Marathon.

2019: 2nd (28:06)
2018: 2nd (32:38)
2017: 3rd (29:32)
2015: 2nd (30:10)
2014: 2nd (33:38)

Tatyana McFadden

Clarksville, MD

A legendary wheelchair racer, Tatyana is the course record holder in the ASICS Falmouth Road Race, and has won the race each time she has competed in it (5 time champion). Tatyana is a 20 time Paralympic medalist with 8 Golds to her name. Tatyana has won the World Marathon Grand Slam 4 times.

2019: 1st (26:15) *Course Record
2018: 1st (28:43)
2017: 1st (27:36)
2015: 1st (26:27)
2014: 1st (27:06)

Susannah Scaroni

Urbana, IL

A newcomer to Falmouth, Susannah recently broke the world record for the 10k at the BAA 10k in June 2022. She is a 3 time Paralympian and won the gold medal in the 5,000m in the 2020 Tokyo Paralympic Games, in addition to the bronze medal in the 800m.