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  • May 19, 2019

    Transition Time: Tweaking your Training After a Longer Race

    Running expert Nate Vandervest shares some tips for transitioning from a longer race to the Bellin Run 10K Spring is here and many runners and walkers are well into full on training mode. Those training for a spring half marathon or marathon have been at it for months — and many of you finished…

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  • June 11, 2018

    The Bellin Run is Over — Now What?

    Running Expert Nate Vandervest helps participants stay motivated following the Bellin Run For many participants, the Bellin Run is the Daytona 500 of their race season. They put in countless hours of training through all types of weather conditions to enjoy the thrill of crossing the finish line. So…

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  • June 7, 2018

    Race Day Etiquette for Our Littlest Runners

    To keep each and every child runner safe, Bellin Run has a few race-day guidelines for parents, coaches and kids. Every child’s Bellin Run packet will contain a race bib (with timing chip installed), as well as a Bellin Run technical fabric T-shirt. On the back of the running bib, please write…

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  • June 7, 2018

    General Safety Information and Emergency Alert System

    As race day approaches, it is important to take proper measures to ensure the safety of all participants. Race officials, volunteers, public safety, EMS and first responders will be present on and around the course, and runners and spectators also have a role to play in making the event run safely and…

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  • June 6, 2018

    Get Race Weekend Started with our Thursday and Friday Events

    As many participants know, the Bellin Run is not the only event that happens during the second weekend in June. Of course there’s the Saturday 10K everyone’s been training so hard for — but that is not the only fun-filled day! Race weekend starts Thrusday. Here's how you can get…

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  • June 6, 2018

    Bellin Run Shuttle Service, Road Closures for 2018

    Health Expo Signals Start of Temporary Road Closures Shuttle Service A Bellin Run shuttle service will be available to race-day participants and spectators, helping ease parking concerns and congestion. Buses will load participants at two locations in downtown Green Bay: • Main Street (south side,…

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  • June 5, 2018

    What to Expect on Race Day

    Running Expert Nate Vandervest helps get us pumped for race day! Race day is right around the corner and here’s what you can expect. The Bellin Run is one of the largest 10K races in the nation, and for a good majority of participants, the race is right in their backyard. Ninety percent of the…

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  • June 4, 2018

    Corral Smarts for a Smooth Start

    With an event field that numbers in the thousands, Bellin Run organizers have gotten good at ensuring a smooth start. The key to that effort is our corral system, which groups participants by estimated pace so those of similar speeds will run or walk together. In 2016, we introduced a Corral 1 time standard…

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  • May 17, 2018

    Elite Field Announced for 2018 Bellin Run

    Three recent champs to return as iconic 10K prepares for 42nd year Three recent Bellin Run champions will headline a stellar field of elite athletes competing in the 42nd annual 10K event. Defending women’s champion Kaitlin Gregg Goodman will face off against the record-setting Risper Gesabwa,…

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  • April 16, 2018

    Bellin Run Celebrates Boston Marathon Connections

    Today marks the 122nd running of the Boston Marathon, which is perhaps our sport’s most storied race. At 80 years its junior, the Bellin Run seems young by comparison — and yet we, too, can claim the rich history of an event that is at once steeped in tradition and as relevant as ever with…

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