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That’s a Wrap! Celebrating an Incredible 2017 Bellin Women’s Half Marathon

As I come down from my race-day high, I want to congratulate our participants who accomplished a great feat. Running or walking 13.1 miles, or splitting that distance in two, is something that requires hours and hours of training — and race day means pushing yourself to the limits. Our objective for

Women’s Half Marathon Draws 1,000-Plus

Participants chart new course in event’s third year More than 1,000 participants made the third annual Bellin Women’s Half Marathon a success on Saturday, Oct. 7, celebrating sisterhood through the only event of its kind in Northeast Wisconsin. Seven hundred sixteen participants registered for

It’s Race Day! Here’s What You Need to Know

We’re pumped up for the running of the third annual Bellin Women’s Half Marathon! Today’s race begins at 8 a.m. outside the KI Convention Center, 333 Main St., in downtown Green Bay. Click here for parking and shuttle information — and please remember to arrive early! Weather conditions for

Fearless Woman of the Week: Joan Benoit Samuelson

Bellin Health Physical Therapist and Wednesday training run co-leader Lisa Reinke offers the latest installment in this inspirational blog series. I used to think that as I aged my running would as well — and in some ways it did. In my 20s I had some pretty strong runs, but my 5K and 10K PRs came

Fearless Woman of the Week: Kathrine Switzer

Bellin Health Physical Therapist and Wednesday training run co-leader Carrie Stella offers the latest installment in this inspirational blog series. The other night I came across a photo of my mom and I finishing last year’s Bellin Women’s Half Marathon, and it made me smile thinking of all the

Fearless Woman of the Week: Stephanie Bruce

Bellin Health Physical Therapist and Wednesday training run co-leader Lisa Reinke offers the latest installment in this inspirational blog series. This blog goes out to all the women who have dealt with a body that in any way has caused frustration, guilt or just plain sadness. (I think that

Fearless Woman of the Week: Serena Burla

Bellin Health Physical Therapist and Wednesday training run co-leader Lisa Reinke offers the latest installment in this inspirational blog series. Running saved her life. Running does so many positive things for so many people. When looking for the “Fearless Woman of the Week” this week I

Fearless Women of the Week: Abbey D’Agostino & Nikki Hamblin

Bellin Health Physical Therapist and Wednesday training run co-leader Carrie Stella offers the latest installment in this inspirational blog series. Do you remember watching this? With 2,000 meters left to go in their women’s 5,000-meter Olympic heat in Rio, Nikki Hamblin of New Zealand tripped

From the Race Director: Spectator Superpower

Race Director Linda Maxwell shares her thoughts on the importance of spectators Every August, my family members and I participate in a small trail race with 2-mile and 15K (9.3-mile) distance options. My children do the shorter distance, and I opt for the 15K, on a beautiful trail around a lake

Fearless Woman of the Week: Marla Runyan

Bellin Health Physical Therapist and Wednesday training run co-leader Lisa Reinke offers the latest installment in this inspirational blog series Despite laying out my running clothes the night before in anticipation of an early morning run, sometimes they just sit there all day. This happened

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