Join us for the Luckiest Race in town! The Luck of the Irish is coming to Milwaukee in the form of the Lucky Leprechaun Run.The Lucky Leprechaun is a 7K (4.3 miles) run/walk and will take participants through the city of Wauwatosa and Hart Park; starting and ending near Leff's Lucky Town. Before you take off, get decked out with green beads. After you participate in a fantastic Irish themed costume contest and the 'Out Run the Leprechaun' contest, relax as you enjoy 2 FREE BEERS. Keep the St. Patty festivities going as Leff's Lucky Town hosts the Post-Race Party. The race is open to all ages and will benefit the MACC Fund. Monetary donation opportunities will be available prior to the event through the registration form. Join us as we 'Celebrate St. Patty's, Milwaukee Style'!
In its first 7 years, the Publix Georgia Marathon & Half Marathon® has established itself as a premier destination long distance running event that appeals to elite runners, wheelchair athletes, and everyday runners and walkers. With over 17,000 registered and over 14,000 participants in its inaugural year, the event was one of the largest inaugural marathon combo races in history. With equally exciting annual event races in following years, the Publix Georgia Marathon & Half Marathon® has become “A True Southern Tradition”.
The Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon, Half Marathon & 10K is one of the longest standing running traditions in the Midwest. Celebrating its 38th anniversary in 2015, it is one of the 50 oldest marathons in the US. Each year, Cleveland hosts more than 16,000 thousand runners and walkers and thousands more spectators for its various events over Race Weekend.
Kent’s Run established to raise money for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society and to honor the life of Kent Ribordy, a Boone Grove High School student / athlete who passed away in June 2007. Over 7 years, the Kent's Run 5K has raised over $257,000 for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society.
The United Run for Zoo is always a highlight on the Chicago running calendar—and hugely popular: the race SOLD OUT in 2014! The race benefits Lincoln Park Zoo, helping to keep it free and open 365 days a year. In response to participant feedback, there are several changes and improvements in store for the 33rd annual edition of the race in 2015.
The World's Largest Music Festival just got a little more sole! Join thousands of runners at the 5th Annual Summerfest Rock 'n Sole Run presented by BMO Harris Bank on Saturday, June 13, 2015. All routes will begin and end at Henry Maier Festival Park and will provide participants the unique opportunity to run the Daniel Hoan Memorial Bridge, a Milwaukee landmark offering stunning views of the downtown skyline, Lake Michigan and the Summerfest grounds.
The 7th running of the BMO Harris Bank Madison Mini-Marathon & 5K presented by UW Health takes place on Saturday, August 22, 2015. The Madison Mini is a must-do on the Wisconsin running calendar. The Mini utilizes the famous University of Wisconsin Student Union as the host location for this event. UW grads or first timers to Madison will get to experience one of Madison's treasures as our packet pick-up will be in the famous UW Union and our post-race party will be on the UW Memorial Union Terrace on Lake Mendota. Participants will enjoy the beauty of Madison from the University of Wisconsin Campus, State Street, Wisconsin State Capital, the University of Wisconsin Arboretum and the wonderful views of the lakes.
The scenic and unique course will take participants through many Milwaukee landmarks including the Miller Valley, the Harley-Davidson Museum, Mitchell Park Conservatory (The Domes), Miller Park, and others. Participants and volunteers will receive a free Brewers ticket voucher good for select games at Miller Park, a participant medal, a "tech" shirt and a post-race tailgate party outside Miller Park with live music.
University High School's Spirit Run is an annual 5K run/walk that brings people of all ages together to celebrate life and the spirit of young people. We invite you to "Run, Live, and Remember" with us!
Lace up your witch boots for The Children's Museum of Indianapolis 2nd Annual Black Hat Dash. Saturday, October 10, starting and finishing at The Children's Museum. Lots of Halloween fun and entertainment. Participants are invited to take a walk through the opening of The Children's Museum Guild's 52nd Annual Haunted House: "Creepy Carnival" immediately following the fun!
Ghosts & Goblins & Monsters, OH MY! Don’t let the ghosts and goblins scare you from running this October! Join us for Monster Run on October 17, 2015. This Wickedly Wild 5 Miler, Goose Bump Filled 5K and Frightfully Fun Kids’ Run will have you running through the shockingly scenic Whitnall Park in your creepiest, most creative Halloween costume. Quarter Marathon finishers will receive a wicked finishers medal. After the race sit back and enjoy the scary scenery with a free witches brew (aka beer), for registered participants over 21, and devilishly delicious post-race food!
RUN(317) is a celebration of the local culture, diversity and unique aspects of Indianapolis. The event includes a series of 3.17 mile runs/walks throught the most cultual and celebrated places in the (317), followed by a post-race party featuring local beer, food and entertainment. A portion of the proceeds benefits its charity partners. Stay tuned for more information soon!
As a continued Milwaukee Thanksgiving Day Family Tradition, the Drumstick Dash benefitting Feeding America Eastern Wisconsin is a can’t miss event for the holiday season. The Drumstick Dash 5K presented by Sendik's Food Market is a 3.1 mile run/walk open to all ages. The 3rd Annual event, on November 27, 2014 had over 3,200 participants raced around Miller Park raising $7,500 and 2.5 tons of food for the hungry in Eastern Wisconsin. That’s 40,000 meals for the hungry in Eastern Wisconsin!