Cross Country Border War
UW-Parkside, Kenosha, WI
Nov. 14, 2015
Illinois vs. Wisconsin

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Results

2014 Results 2013 RESULTS      2013 PICTURES


There is nothing like cross country running in the Midwest. On Saturday, November 14, 2015 runners from Illinois and Wisconsin will face off in a 5k race to determine border supremacy. Any runner who has not turned 19 before August 1, 2015 who is a high school student in Illinois or Wisconsin is eligible to participate in the WI-IL Border War. Runners compete as unat-tached individuals.

RACE SCHEDULE
10:30 12 & Under 3K
11:00 High School Girls 5K
11:40 High School Boys 5K
12:20 Open & Masters 5K

ENTRY FEES
The entry fee is $15.00 if received by November 1, 2015. $20 (Nov.2-9), Late entry & day of race fee is $25.00.

RACE PROCEEDS
All proceeds from the WI-IL CC Border War go directly to a fund for the maintenance and enhancement of the University of Wisconsin – Parkside Cross Country Course.


STATE BROOKS SOUVENIER SINGLET
All runners that pre-register will receive a state racing singlet featuring state colors (Illinois: navy and orange, Wisconsin: white and black). Singlets to day of race entries while supplies last.

RESULTS
Results will be posted online the evening of the race to www.wisconsinrunner.com .

RACE DIRECTORY

HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS
Any female resident of the state of Illinois or Wisconsin who is currently a high school student and who has not reached her 19th birthday by August 1, 2015 will run in the High School Girls Race. The race is 5000m.

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS
Any male resident of the state of Illinois or Wis-consin who is currently a high school student and who has not reached his 19th birthday by August 1, 2015 will run in the High School Boys Race. The race is 5000m.

OPEN RACE
This 5000 meter race is open to runners in the following divisions: Junior High (grades 6-8), Open (ages 18-39) and Masters (40 and over).

TEAM COMPETITION
The top five (5) individual finishers from Illinois and Wisconsin in the High School Boys & Girls races constitute each state’s team. The scoring system is based on the total points of these 5 finishers from each state (non-displacement).

AWARDS
The top 5 individual boys and girls from Illinois and Wisconsin in the high school races will receive medals. The top 5 male & female junior high finishers in the open race will receive medals. The top 3 male & female finishers in the open & mas-ters divisions of the Open Race will receive medals.


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RESULTS
2012 Results:   Boys    Girls     Open/Jr.High/Master

2011 Results   Pictures
2010
2010 Race
2009:   Boys    Girls    Open      Pictures
2008:   Boys     Girls   Open      Pictures
2007:   Boys     Girls    Open     
Pictures