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Start: May 28, 2006 at 07:30:00 AM
Distance: 26.20 mi
Type: Point-to-point, Road
Difficulty: 7 / 10
More Info: Visit Web Site
Address: 3000 Cahill Main, Ste. 216, Madison, WI 53711
Phone: 608-276-9797 x21
Filed Under: Running

  • Currently 2.97/5
3.0/5 (38 votes)

There is truly something for everyone in Madison- from our award winning museums and rich historical sites, to our exciting nightlife and our beautiful recreation areas. Madison boasts over 200 scenic parks, championship golf courses, creative play areas, wooded hiking trails and pristine wetlands for you to enjoy during your stay. The course route of the Mad City Marathon takes runners through and around eleven of these areas, including the beautiful UW Campus and Arboretum, Henry Vilas Zoo, Maple Bluff and of course State Street!

Events include a full marathon, half marathon, marathon relay, wheelchair marathon, 10K run, 5K run, 5K walk, and a kids run. There is also a Health and Expo Fair on Saturday, May 27th during registration packet pick up. Location to be determined.

At this time, start line and finish line are being determined. Please visit our website for the most up-to-date information on the course and weekend activities. www.madisonfestivals.com

References and External Links

Posted by: asg and last modified on Aug 17, 2006 by asg

Comments

no photo On June 7, 2009
Kurt Erbach said ...

This was my first marathon, and I would definitely go back but there is certainly room for improvement. The course and city are absolutely gorgeous but make sure you are ready for the hills. There are lots of them and as one who didn't train on hills, it certainly hurt my time.

My only two complaints were the lack of bathrooms and one leg of the course. There were too few port-a-potties at the start and some people ended up using a grove of trees instead of waiting. Also there was only one bathroom at each water station and a line each time I stopped. Running along Monona Terrace was beautiful, but as the path was not closed to the public the runners were forced to dodge walkers and bikers. My full review at http://brickfeet.blogspot.com/

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