The Bellin Run starts and finishes on Webster Ave. in front of Bellin Hospital. The event uses an assigned corral start to ensure the Bellin Run is safe and enjoyable – and allows participants the opportunity for peak performance.
The Bellin Run 10K & 5K start and finish on Webster Avenue in front of Bellin Hospital and weave through the streets of Green Bay and Allouez. Both events head south on Webster Avenue, with the 5K turning left on Beaupre Avenue and the 10K turning left on Greene Avenue.
The event uses an assigned corral start to ensure the Bellin Run is safe and enjoyable – and allows participants the opportunity for peak performance.
The course is relatively flat, with the exception of an extended downhill stretch.. The final mile has plenty of tree cover, providing shade for participants.
Times are given at the start, finish, and 5K points, and there are four water stations on the 10K course, with two stations on the 5K course. Medical personnel are available on the course for any person in need of assistance.
The course time limit is three hours from the time an individual crosses the start line. Chip timing is used to ensure each participant has the full three hours to complete the course, if needed.
After crossing the finish line, participants receive water and food en route to our post-race celebration in Astor Park. Entertainment, results and sports drinks are available in the park.
Enjoy a flat and fast out-and-back starting on the Katy Trail near Bike Stop Cafe. Both routes are a perfect out-and-back starting north on the soft path. The 5k turns around in Dusable Park. The 10k continues on the shady, non-technical trail that runs parallel to the Katy Trail. Beautiful river views!
Post-run fun at the Bike Stop Cafe including coffee and beer specials and social time on the patio!
This super fun evening event includes a flat, fast run around the dreamy lake to a finish line festival of microbreweries, munchies, and music! Your run begins near the Tremayne Shelter for your choice of 1-2 loops or bring your kiddos and/or pooch for a 1-mile walk or fun jog.
In tradition with true grassroots-style events, you are only allowed to use what you bring with you or what you can find along the route.
50k, 25k, or 10k!
Land Ho was added for our many pirate friends that prefer to explore the Gravel Seas by foot instead of by bike.
Almost 100% gravel and dirt roads, this will be an adventure like no other. Fully self-supported like our other events, runners will navigate the Nebraska gravel seas with aide stations provided by the Gravel Worlds crew.
50k (31~miles) 2,000~ Ft of Elevation
25k (~16 miles) 1,000 Ft of Elevation
10k (~6 miles) 400 Ft of Elevation
Choose between two stage race distances or build your own event by selecting your preferred distance each day. Achieve your goals at the Golden Ultra. Whether you’re aiming for your first 13 km, vertical challenge, half marathon, or ultra-marathon, we’ve got all the options on beautiful trails right from the Town of Golden.
Hosted over 3 days, the Golden Ultra incorporates two stage races (Half Pint & Full Pint) and their component days into one big mountain trail running festival. Runners can choose between either stage race and any of the individual single-day distances.
The “Full Pint” consists of a vertical kilometer, a 60 km ultra, and a 22kms Half Marathon on the final day (Sunday). We have named this race the “Blood, Sweat, Tears”
The “Half Pint” consists of a 3km hill climb, a 30 km second day, and a nice “easy” 13 km to finish off your weekend on dirt. We call this the “Climb, Conquer, Cruise”
KAILANI Rundle’s Revenge is a two-day fun-fest that includes mountain biking and trail running. No, it’s not a duathlon. KAILANI Rundle’s Revenge is so much more than that! Where duathlons combine the two events into one day, KAILANI Rundle’s Revenge gives you a full day for each event.
If you only want to do the mountain biking on Saturday or just the trail running on Sunday, you can! There are shorter courses and longer courses, and for you competitive masochists that both bike and trail run, you can participate both days for maximum pleasure. Bring your A-game to the full donkey and you just might qualify for The Iron Donkey Award. Really… who wouldn’t want to be an Iron Donkey?
Official KAILANI Rundle’s Revenge Souvenir Tee
Fully stocked food and refreshment table in the transition area
Well marked routes
Junior Mixed Gender, Ages 12-15
40+ Men (age 40 or older as of Race Start)
40+ Women (age 40 or older as of Race Start)
The City of Chesterfield’s 6th Annual Shamrock Run will occur on March 11, 2023. The run will be in person at the Chesterfield Valley Athletic Complex. The race will consist of a 5K or 10K race and a Fun Run Race for kids! The 5K and 10K will begin at 8:30 a.m. and the Fun Run will start at 10:00 a.m. Each participant will receive a shirt if registered by February 19.
RACE LOCATION and TIME: 5K/10K Start at 8:30 am FUN RUN Starts at 10 am Chesterfield Valley Athletic Complex 17925 North Outer 40 Road Chesterfield, MO 63005 AWARDS: 5K Top overall male and female finishers. 10K Top overall male and female finishers. 5K and 10K Top male and female finishers in their age groups. Age groups: 12 and under, 13-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, and 70+. (Awards are only available for participants that run in person). Fun Run racers are all guaranteed participation medals.
For 2023 the Nippy Niner Trail run returns to higher ground and takes place in Spanish Lake Park just above the Confluence Conservation Area. The race will begin on a paved trail around Spanish Lake before heading into the double track, gravel, and single track around the upper Sunflower Lake. 9 Mile competitors will complete two laps of the trail section, and 9K competitors will complete one off-road loop. ( Both distances will be extra nippy.
Race Start: This year the Nippy Niner will be a mass start.
Nine Mile (15k) Course Description: The race begins on the approx. 1 mile paved loop around Spanish Lake. The course departs the trail and heads towards the upper trails, single track, and double track to the hills and trails around Sunflower Lake. Runners will complete two trail loops before returning to the finish line around Spanish Lake.
Nine K (5.6 mile) Course Description: The short course will be the same as the 9 miler- runners will complete only 1 lap of the trail loop.
Nine Miler Support: Runners will have one water stations that will serve the out and back for both the 9 mile and 9k. The 9 mile will pass the water station 3 times, the 9K will pass the water station twice.
The Race Location: Spanish Lake County Park is located in north St. Louis County just above the Columbia Bottoms Conservation Area. From I-270 exit at Bellefontaine Road and head north. Turn right at Spanish Pond Road – park entry will be on your right.
This is an extreme 10k trail run of mostly single track trails. It is designed to take you through the most challenging sections of the High Cliff State Park. There will be rocks, roots, boulders, and hills to face. Total elevation gain is over 500 feet. This run will incorporate the true trail running experience.