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Calendar of Half Marathon Races in Wisconsin

The half marathon distance is a happy medium between the fun 5K and the grueling intensity of a marathon. It is long enough to challenge you and demand respect but not so long that it consumes your life with training. It is intense enough to require a serious commitment but not so intense that a runner regularly feels that he or she is completely consumed with running.

Here you will find a listing of the half marathons registered with JogRunRace for Wisconsin.

Upcoming Half Marathon races in Wisconsin

Sat, Aug 18Madison Mini-MarathonMadison, WI
Sat, Sep 820th Annual Lyndon Ellefson Memorial RunBarron, WI
Sat, Sep 15ZOOMA Great Lakes Half Marathon + Relay + 5KLake Delavan, WI
Sun, Sep 23Community First Fox Cities MarathonAppleton, WI
Sat, Oct 13Three Eagle Half Marathon & 5K 2018Three Lakes, WI
Sun, Nov 25Noodleini Half Marathon & 5KDe Pere, WI
Mon, Dec 31City Running Tours -Milwaukee Personalized Running TourMilwaukee, WI
Sun, Apr 28Oshkosh Marathon, Half Marathon, Relay & 5KOshkosh, WI

Recent Half Marathon races in Wisconsin

Sat, Jul 212018 Bear Cupboard RunMinocqua, WI
Sat, Jul 212018 Bear Cupboard RunMinocqua, WI

New/Updated Half Marathon races in Wisconsin

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