The Biggest Loser RunWalk is back in Racine for a third year on Sunday, Sept. 21. This year’s event has moved from Festival Park to beautiful North Beach, 100 Kewaunee St.
The Biggest Loser RunWalk is a professionally timed half-marathon or 5k for all fitness levels. Dan and Jackie Evans, Season 5 alumni of the hit NBC-TV series, are your hosts. Bobby Saleem from Season 15 is also participating.
The race course follows the Lake Michigan shoreline — starting and finishing at North Beach Park. The half-marathon begins at 7:30 a.m. The 5k starts at 8 a.m.
The Biggest Loser RunWalk is different than any running event you’ve experienced. You’ll challenge yourself on the course, but you’ll also be inspired along the way. The event includes an opportunity to meet Dan, Jackie and Bobby. After the race, don’t miss finish line entertainment by singer/songwriter Dan Evans and his band.
All participants will receive a finishers medal, a commemorative T-shirt, a drawstring backpack and free downloadable race photos. There will be award divisions for runners and walkers.
Packet pick up is from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday, Sept 20 at North Beach Park. It includes a Health and Wellness Expo and The Biggest Loser Meet ‘n Greet. A 1-Mile Fun Run for kids ages 4 through 12, supporting the nonprofit Kids Fit Foundation, is at 2 p.m.
Register online through Thursday, Sept. 18 at www.biggestloserrunwalk.com The half-marathon is $90 per person, the 5k is $40 per person and the kids fun run is $15. A VIP area is available for an extra charge.
Registrations will be available at $99 for the half-marathon and $45 for the 5k during the Saturday, Sept. 20 packet pick up if the events have not sold out. There will be no race day registration.

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