Race Weekend Information

Get ready for a weekend of hog-wild fun! Here are details on everything you need for a successful weekend:

 Weekend Schedule 

6:30 PM – Second Annual Hog Dog Jog

6:30 PM to 12:00 AM – ‘Sit, stay’ for Yappy Hour after the race

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Packet Pick-Up

The packet pick-up is sponsored by Alerus and will be held at Choice Health & Fitness4401 S 11th Street, Grand Forks, ND. Limited registration will also be available during packet pick-up hours (10AM-7PM). While you’re there be sure to check out the  SCHEELS Health & Fitness Expo! 

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HALF Marathon Relay Instructions for 2-, 3-, and 13-Person Teams

IMPORTANT: Please pay special attention to whether you are a FULL Marathon Relay or HALF marathon Relay Participant. The start time for the HALF Marathon is 8:00AM, so the 2, 3, & 13-person HALF Marathon Relay also starts at that time. Failure to start at the correct time will disqualify your time.

 

Packet Pick-up

Bibs and swag for all relay team members will be packaged together; only one person will be able to pick up the team’s materials. Click here to learn more.

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FULL Marathon Relay Instructions for 2- and 4-Person Teams

IMPORTANT: Please pay special attention to whether you are a FULL Marathon Relay or HALF marathon Relay Participant. The start time for the FULL Marathon is 7:15AM, so the FULL Marathon Relay also starts at that time. Failure to start at the correct time will disqualify your time. The race course will not be open for the FULL marathon relay after the 7:15AM start.

 

Packet Pick-up

Bibs and swag for all relay team members will be packaged together; only one person will be able to pick up the team’s materials. Click here to learn more.

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Race Day Road Closures – Who Wouldn’t Want to Stay Home?

A big thank you to the residents of the Grand Cities, especially those who live along the Wild Hog Race course. You’re what makes this marathon memorable for participants, particularly those who travel from far and wide to be here. The support of the community has positively impacted the economy by over $250,000 last year and it’s what enables us to donate $30,000 each year to local charities that benefit the local youth.

To help minimize any inconvenience of our short-term road closures, we have provided a map of the course to show exactly when your neighborhood will be busy. If you’re looking to support the runners during the race, consider setting up a cheer zone in your front yard with family and friends. Thank you again for your support of this fantastic event and we look forward to seeing you on race day, it’s sure to be one of the best yet!