Race Results

Race Results

Wisconsin Cross Country Coaches Association

River City Fourth Fest 5K

Brooks Border War

High School Meet Roster Spreadsheet

UW-Parkside All-Time High
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(Green Bay ,WI 6/13) Brian Finnel outkicked Wisconsin Runner Racing Team teammate Tyler Sigl to win the Wisconsin USATF 2015 10K Championship. The WI USATF 10K Championship titles are based on Wisconsin athlete’s placing in the Green Bay Bellin Run. Finnel of Madison, was fifth overall in 30:48. Sigl, from Seymour, ran 30:56. Holly Nearman of Milwaukee won the women’s title with a 37:19 clocking.

    Jason Ryf of Oshkosh and Jennifer Chaudoir of Green Bay were the master (40+) champions. Ryf ran 32:46 and Chaudior finished in 39:07.  The overall race winners were Kenyans Allan Kiprano (29:01) and Kisper Gesabwa (32:50).
Complete Bellin Run results


Chris Solinsky Distance Camp

Dear Runner,

There are a lot of different distance running camps available to you in the summer, all offering different kinds of advice to young runners. Because of the experiences I've had in our sport and the interactions I've had with other top distance runners and coaches, I believe that I have a lot of insight, as well as training and racing advice to offer.

I would love to share my experiences with you from July 12-16 at UW Parkside in my first distance running camp, which has residential and commuter options. It will also feature guest speakers who have had many varied experiences in the sport, all of which can help set you on the path to success.

You will also become intimately familiar with the iconic UW-Parkside National Cross Country Course, which is the site of the Foot Locker Midwest Regional Championships.

Go to smarttrainingandracing.com for details on the camp.

Hope to see you this July. 

Yours in running,

Chris Solinsky


Tyler Sigl and Dani Fischer of Wisconsin Runner are at the top of the USATF Wisconsin 2014 Road Championships
Tyler Sigl and Dani Fischer are among the leaders of USATF Wisconsin Road Race Championships based on their performance in races throughout the year. To see their performances throughout the year, click here

Wisconsin Runner Racing Team paces state in Bank of America Chicago Marathon
Two Wisconsin Runner Racing Team athletes made their marathon debut in the Bank of America Chicago Marathon today. John DeWitt ran 2:17:38 (23rd place – 1st WI) and Hanna Knurr ran 2:47.11 (36th place – 1st WI). Brian Finnel rounded out the WRRT squad with a 2:24.35 (44th place) performance.

DeWitt’s (Oshkosh West HS, UW-Oshkosh) performance met the USA “B” qualifying standard for the 2016 USA Olympic Marathon Trials. Knurr (Waterford HS, UW-Madison), ran the fastest debut effort ever by a Wisconsin female. Finnel (Southern Door HS, UW-Stevens Point) fell a bit short of his 2:23.47 2013 Chicago effort.

Approximately 45,000 runners participated in the event. The next major event for the three runners will be the USATF Club Cross Country Championships on December 13th in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania.

         The Wisconsin Runner was founded by brothers Peter and Jon Henkes in 1984. It originally was a monthly newspaper highlighting running in the state of Wisconsin. Although the newspaper is no longer published, the Wisconsin Runner has remained in the forefront of the Wisconsin running scene.

            Originally a youth oriented running club, the Wisconsin Runner Racing Team has evolved into the premier club for post collegiate runners in the state.  The WRRT has won the USATF Club Cross Country Championships and has had six members represent the United States on World Cross Country teams.

            The Wisconsin Runner is actively involved in cross country and road race management and scoring. Over the past years WR has directed the NAIA National CC Championships, the Big East, Horizon League, CCIW and Great Lakes Valley conference  cross country championships, as well as countless high school cc events, most notably the Foot Locker Cross Country  Midwest Regional Championships.

            For further information on the Wisconsin Runner or Wisconsin Runner Racing Team, contact Peter Henkes at: wisrun@execpc.com.


To contact WRRT please email Peter Henkes at wisrun@execpc.com.

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