Milwaukee Marathon Switches to Virtual Race Amid Covid-19 Pandemic
The Milwaukee Marathon, half and 5K will now be a virtual race due to the current coronavirus pandemic.
The race, which was scheduled to take place on 11 April, now must be run virtually by 30 April 2020.
What this means is all runners who signed up to take part in the race will receive their racing packages in the mail, which will include their medal, bib number, free t-shirt, and quarter zip (for the half and full marathon runners).
Then, each runner must run their race, whether it be 3.1 miles, 13.1 miles, or 26.2 miles. Runners are asked to track their time, and when finished, they can log onto their EnMotive to upload their results and download their official finisher’s certificate.
While participants will still be able to get their medals and run their race, some runners may not get the opportunity to qualify for the Boston Marathon, as the Milwaukee Marathon is a qualifying race.
Original Author: Julia Marshall of tmr4.com
Article Syndicated from tmj4.com