From turkey trots to festive fall races, running events abound in and around Wisconsin on Sunday, November 3.
Fitness enthusiasts, elite runners, and fun run fans may choose from a big bunch of November 3 races.
As always, participants and spectators are advised to double-check before setting out for these events. Dates and venues may be subject to last-minute changes. In addition, race-day registrations may be available at some locations, while others may have closed in advance.
- ABS 4th Fall Frolic 5K Fun Run / Walk – Paddock Lake, Wisconsin
- Badgerland Striders Turkey Trot Prediction Run – Greendale, Wisconsin
- Hot Chocolate 5K / 15K – Chicago, Illinois
- Jingle Bell 5K Run / 3K Walk – Milwaukee, Wisconsin
- Madison College Turkey Trot – Madison, Wisconsin
- Rails to Trails Marathon – Norwalk, Wisconsin
Daylight Savings Time Reminder
Runners, race volunteers, spectators, and others will want to set their clocks back an hour before retiring for the night on Saturday, November 2, to ensure on-time arrival for November 3 races.
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