Weekend of Events
DOWNLOAD OUR MOBILE APP
Available for both spectators and race participants. The Fox Cities Marathon is proud to offer this great benefit to all our participants and spectators. Whether you are running in person or doing it virtually, the Fox Cities Marathon wants to make sure we are providing the best race experience for you, your friends and family.
Here are some of the awesome features you will get with the Fox Cities Marathon app:
- Track your friends and family. Know where they are at on the course in real time
- Live leader board
- Race participants split alerts and in race notifications
- Race weekend information
- Detailed interactive map with water station and mile marker badges
- Access to the official Fox Cities Marathon Spotify playlist
- Be the first to know of important announcements and race day information
You’ll find it easy to get around the Fox Cities! There are many hotels to choose from, activities to enjoy in your free time and great food and drink options!
Bring your energy and get ready to cheer for thousands of runners and walkers, from all across the country, as they speed their way along the 26.2 and 13.1 mile courses.
Race weekend schedule.
Find driving directions, view 2022 parking/shuttle options and more.
We are here for your safety and medical needs while you participate in the event. Look for medical volunteers in red shirts with a white cross.
Have a question? Find general race information, participant information, registration information and post-race information here.
EVENT ALERT SYSTEM
For the safety of all participants, the Community First Fox Cities Marathon Presented by Miron Construction utilizes a color-coded Event Alert System to keep you informed about course conditions leading up to and during the full, half and relay marathon events. The system follows the American College of Sports Medicine color-coded flag system to convey the risk level for cold or heat/humidity stress, thunderstorms, high winds, or air quality concerns.
Colored flags will be posted at 20 water stations throughout the course as well as at the start and finish line, indicating the current alert level and posted on our website. In addition, prior to the event, anticipated course conditions will be shared in email communications and at the OSMS Health & Wellness Expo/Packet Pickup. All participants should familiarize themselves with the Event Alert System prior to the race, remain alert for directions from race officials, volunteers and announcers and take precautions to prepare properly for varying weather conditions on race day.
Bib numbers assigned late August – early September. Find your bib number or look up someone else’s to follow their progress on race day!