Check back later for 2018 Course Maps!
There will be ambulances and medical personnel at the start line, finish line and along the course. If you need medical attention, find the nearest aid station, bearing in mind you may have just passed it. If you are not able to make it to an aid station by yourself, notify a volunteer, spectator or another runner to notify the nearest aid station of your location and condition. Aid stations will have the ability to contact the race's medical staff to provide you with help.
Aid stations will serve water, Gatorade and GU Energy Gel (assorted flavors, while supplies last). Plan ahead! Make sure you grab GU or fruit when it is available, even if you have to carry it with you until you need it.
The 2018 Spectator Guide will be available closer to Race Day!
More information coming soon!
The UW Health Sports Medicine Center is a multidisciplinary clinic that not only provides sports medicine services that include the same physicians that service the UW Badgers athletic teams and sports rehabilitation services but also provides distance sports training such as the Multisport Club and services for runners such as the Runners Clinic.