The Minocqua No Frills Marathon™ & Half- Marathon keeps it simple and affordable because, at this marathon, it’s all about the race. The race accommodates those who aspire to run their first marathon, as well as veteran runners trying to better their times or qualify for the Boston Marathon. The picturesque course begins at Nokomis Community Park, 20 miles south of Minocqua, and follows the scenic Bearskin Trail back to finish at the trail head behind the Minocqua Post Office. The No Frills Marathon is proud to be a certified qualifying race for the Boston Marathon. The Boston Marathon is the only mass-participation marathon that requires qualifying times in certified marathons observing guidelines set forth by the Boston Athletic Association and USA Track and Field. The No Frills Marathon is proud to be a certified qualifying marathon. USATF Certification Code WI12035DM . The Race Director is Rick Wilson and the registration website is: Event Details Event Details
Don't miss out on participating in one of the first adventure races out there! We started 25 years ago to highlight the rugged and beautiful terrain of the eastern part of Langlade County in and around the upper Wolf River. Now join in on the weekend's festivities whether you are racing or just a spectator. 3.0 mile down river kayak/canoe, 13 mile mountain bike, 3.5 mile trail run and one heck of a party at the finish! Registration opens January 6th at 8am. Don't miss out!
Ragnar Trail Northwoods is back with a brand new name, Ragnar Wisconsin Trail, and it’s still the best running party under the stars. Runners come together on Sept. 18-19th, 2020, at Nine Mile Forest - nestled ten miles outside of Wisconsin’s outdoor mecca, Wausau. Nine Mile Forest is known for cross-country ski trails but when the snow melts, there are miles of epic single-track running trails waiting just for you.
Your team will set out to conquer a series of three challenging trails that meander under a canopy of oak, pine and birch trees. And when the sun goes down, run the night away with headlamps and a billion stars lighting the way.
Back home at Ragnar Village you can rest your legs next to the campfire, chow down on s’mores, and relax with your team. This year, join us on Thursday for a bonus day of camping, campfires, kumbaya-ing and fun!
Any level of runner can come conquer these twisty turny trails as you find yourself in this journey of adventure, self-discovery and sheer nature-loving goodness!
Learn more and register here: Event Details Event Details
Sister Bay’s Door County century ride returns Sept. 19, 2020. Held at Sister Bay’s Waterfront Park, this northern Door County century ride features four routes, fantastic aid station food, a post-ride meal from Thyme Cuisine, dessert from Seaquist Orchards & Door County Ice Cream Factory, as well as beverages from One Barrel Brewing Co. and Tapuat Kombucha.
Join 700 fellow riders in this boutique cycling event that takes you on a tour of Door County’s scenic back roads, along beautiful shoreline, and orchard countryside.
You won’t find a better finish locale than Waterfront Park, Sister Bay’s gleaming new expanse of beachfront, parkland, and playground.
Join us for what is sure to become one of your favorite cycling events!
The 22nd annual Elkhart Lake Triathlon takes place in Northwestern Sheboygan and Southern Calumet Counties. Calumet ARES/RACES is responsible for the entire 28 mile bike portion of the course, providing lead, SAG and roaming vehicles on the bike course. We utilize ham radio to relay the locations of the lead, last and broken down bikers back to Race Control.
ANY AND ALL ham radio operators are encouraged to help out, you do not have to be an ARES/RACES member to participate.
Wisconsin State Triathlon Championships
Olympic Triathlon - 1500m swim, 45k bike, 10k run
Sprint Triathlon - 500m swim, 20k bike, 5k run
Sprint Duathlon - 2.5k run, 20k bike, 5k run
Olympic Aquabike - 1500m swim, 45k bike
Sprint Aquabike - 500m swim, 20k bike
Super Sprint - 200m swim, 10k bike, 1 mi run
**2 and 3 person relays offered for both the Olympic and Sprint Distance Triathlon