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It's Back with finisher medals and free pie! ONLY 300 spots available.
The Great Milwaukee Pi Run starts at the Boerner Botanical Gardens. The starting line is in the middle of the gardens and follows Whitnall Park Dr though Whitnall Park. Runners make a turn before the Whitnall Park Golf course and then head back to the Boerner Botanical Gardens for a grand finish. This road course has winding curves and minor "rolling hills." Great for a early year PR or a casual walk.
Don't forget about the pi contest. The person that can recite the most numbers in pi will win a free entry into a Silver Circle Sports Event in 2020. Here is a start 3.1415926535. The contest will be right before the awards ceremony.
All 5K runner receive a finisher medal, 4" pie and custom Tshirt.
All 5K finishers receive a custom Great Milwaukee Pi Run finisher medal.
At registration checkout, you will be given the option to share to Facebook that you've registered for a super fun event with SCSE! For every 3 people you get to register for the same event using your unique link, you'll get $10 back from your registration.
On your emailed registration receipt, there will be a registration link that you can forward to your friends to let them know they should join you on your next adventure! For every 3 friends you get to register for the event using your unique email link, you'll get $10 back on your registration!
All finishers will receive a free mini pie.
Kiddos can run the kiddos 1K at no charge if a parent is running. Kids will receive a SCSE finisher medal but will not be eligible for a pie or shirt.
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