Saturday, May 6th, 2017

Marathons of Wisconsin

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2017 SERIES CHALLENGE
Race series dares runners to participate in four to earn extra bling

The “Marathons of Wisconsin” Challenge is back for a third year, with a lineup of races that stretches from northern to southern Wisconsin. Returning races include the Wisconsin Marathon (May 6 in Kenosha), the Paavo Nurmi Marathon (Aug. 12 in Hurley), the Community First Fox Cities Marathon (Sept. 24 in Appleton), and the Milwaukee Marathon (Oct. 15 in Milwaukee).

Runners who complete all four events in 2017 will receive a special Marathons of Wisconsin medal. There is no fee to join.

In order to have the ability to say that they truly have run Wisconsin, runners will need to complete either a full or half marathon in all four events. Each runner must complete at least one full marathon in one of the following races:

Wisconsin Marathon & Half Marathon, Kenosha, May 6, 2017
Paavo Nurmi Marathon, Hurley, August 12, 2017
Community First Fox Cities Marathon, Appleton, September 24, 2017
Milwaukee Marathon, Milwaukee, October 15, 2017

All races must be completed in one calendar year to be eligible for the medal at the end of the challenge.

HOW TO REGISTER

One must register for each event separately. Please email Jeremy at jeremy@mychicagoathlete.com if you plan on competing in all four events and let him know which distance you’ll be running at each race.

Athletes who complete all four events will receive a commemorative medal for their efforts. Runners will need to register for and complete either a full or half marathon in all four events and one of the four must be the full marathon.

Congratulations to the runners that completed the Marathons of Wisconsin Challenge in 2016! Your medals will be mailed out soon. 

Al Bausch

Kristen Buterbaugh

Mark Gerrits       

Samantha Gerrits         

Katie Paoletti

 

*Note, if completed the Marathons of Wisconsin Challenge in 2016 but are not listed above, please email Jonathan at jcain@mychicagoathlete.com ASAP.