28 May 2018
With the support of Real Racine, The Olympian offers a great intergenerational event on the beautiful Racine Lakefront where WSO athletes can compete to qualify for the 2019 NSGA games and for Bronze, Silver and Gold in their respective divisions.
In addition, athlete family members under 50 and members of the community will compete in the general Olympian race. We are proud to announce a family rate of just $45 for the entire family to walk or run in The Olympian.
How To Register
WSO Athletes - register through the Wisconsin Senior Olympics portal just once for The Olympian - $30 general registration; $15 for individual 5K/10K or $45 for family registration. Click here to register if you are a WSO athlete.
Non WSO Athletes - register through The Olympian Portal. $25 for individual 5K/10K or $45 for family. Click here to register if you are NOT a WSO athlete and to find out more about the family activities.
Come race along the beautiful Racine lakefront with it’s spectacular views and fast, flat course. Bring the entire family to cheer the racers on to victory and stay for the post-race events.
Race Director: Cari Greving (262) 898-3323 email@example.com
8:00 A.M. - Packet Pick-up and Check-in
9:00 A.M. - 10K Run Start
9:15 A.M. - 5K Run / Walk Start
10:30 A.M. - Awards
10:45 A.M. - Kids’ Races Sponsored by Just Add Kids
There will be family activities running all morning along with an exhibitor fair.
Registration closes Aug 3. Onsite registration available but T-shirts are not guaranteed after July 27th.
Funds raised from The Olympian supports the Wisconsin Senior Olympics (WSO)’s mission to provide opportunities for those 50 and older to maintain and improve their overall fitness and wellness through recreational, social and competitive events.
Set for February 28th at the Tripoli Shrine, bring your friends and enjoy learning how to get in the games!
Learn about our Humana Hero for the month - WSO Athlete Sherrick Anderson who loves being in the games!
Humana Hero of the Month - Jana Braun, growing up in a family of swimmers, has been inspired by her father, WSO Hall of Famer, Richard Naslund.