The start and finish for this event are in downtown Green Bay, allowing participants and spectators to park and walk to and from the Main Street Parking Ramp (300 Main Street) and Pine Street Parking Ramp (355 N. Madison Street), as well as the Wisconsin Public Service parking lots north of the KI Convention Center.
2021 - This information is subject to change in the event of increases in COVID-19 cases.
The relay exchange is located at Fifth Street, between Main and Reid Streets in De Pere, mile 6.5 on the course. Each team member will run approximately half of the half marathon distance. There is no parking in the relay exchange lot on Reid Street. If you choose to drive to the relay exchange, you will need to either get dropped off or find parking in the area.
BOTH relay team members should be at the start area. Runner #1 will start there at 8 a.m. Just after the race begins, Runner #2 will immediately board a shuttle on Adams Street and travel to the relay exchange location. Runner #1 will hand off the timing band (see below) to runner #2 at the exchange and take a shuttle to the runner reunite or finish area. NOTE: Relay members will be required to wear a facemask while on the shuttle bus.
Each relay team member’s bib will contain a timing chip that records individual mat crossings and your combined time. Relay teams also will have a wrist-worn hand-off timing band that will serve as the relay “baton.”
Relay team members are able, but not required, to cross the finish line together. There will be a relay team reunite area at Fox Harbor Pub & Grill, one-quarter mile south of the finish line, allowing relay team members to cross with their partners. The relay team reunite area will offer a heated indoor waiting space, indoor restrooms and volunteers to announce incoming runners by bib number.
Each Half Marathon and Relay participant will receive a high-quality collectible drawstring gear check bag when she picks up her packet. Race packets will contain a zip tie and tear-proof tag with the participant’s bib number printed on it. This will be secured to the participant’s bag for easy identification.
Race-morning gear check will be located in the KI Convention Center, Ballroom A. Participants can hand over their cinched bag to our volunteers in this area. After the event, bags will be available for pick-up just past the finish line. For security reasons, you must have your bib with you in order to pick up your bag at the finish line.
Typical items participants check include sweatshirts, dry T-shirts, special food or fluids, dry socks and changes of shoes. Organizers are not responsible for the safekeeping and potential damage of valuable items such as jewelry, cash, cellphones and MP3 players. These items should not be checked.
Please note: There is no gear check for the 5K event.