Hot Mess Mud Run, Mudzilla Mud Run and ‘Lil Mess Mud Run

Hot Mess Mud Run
A 3 mile adult course that will force you to do the laundry! Invite your friends to endure 3 Miles of MUD, obstacles and FUN! Stay for post race Coors Light beer and muddy pictures. Bring your age 5 to 12 year old children to the special ‘Lil Mess Mud Run’ for this messy, fun, fall event. New for 2014: the Mudzilla Mud Run boasting a longer course with never-before-used obstacles!

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Run Away to the Bay

Run Away to the Bay
This 55-mile, 11-leg team relay race takes runners all the way from Menomonee Park in Oshkosh to downtown Green Bay. Run Away to the Bay was founded by Run Away Shoes store owner Ross McDowell after participating at the Fall 50 in Door County for several years. He realized there was nothing like it locally in the spring, and it would be a great way to get runner’s excited again after winter. This is quickly becoming a cant-miss event!

Thank you to all the 2014 Participants. 2015 Race Information will be posted when available.

Irishfest 5k Charity Run/Walk

Oshkosh Irish Fest
The Irish Fest 5k Charity Run/Walk benefits Cerebral Palsy of Mideast Wisconsin. Participants in this summer run/walk receive an event t-shirt, drinks and snacks (all while supplies last), and FREE admission to Irish Fest in Oshkosh.

Thank you to all of the 2014 Participants. 2015 Race information will be posted when it is available.

Schneider Community Credit Union Nitelite Run

Nitelite Run logoThe Original, and first of its kind in Green Bay! The 3.1 mile (5K) course for runners and walkers alike is set in downtown Green Bay – AT NIGHT! In the summer, runners and walkers travel the streets of Green Bay while partying the night away with music, glow sticks and DJ stations along the way!

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