Fair Fun Run/WalkFun 5K (3.1 miles) run or 2-mile walk around the perimeter of the Waukesha County Fairgrounds
Saturday, July 18 | 8 ambenefiting the Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation
Friends, families, runners, and walkers of all skill levels and families are welcome to participate in this timed run. The 5th Annual Fair Fun Run/Walk to benefit the Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation begins at 8 am. The 5K run/two-mile walk course takes participants around the perimeter of the fairgrounds including running in gravel, grass, dirt (possibly mud) and asphalt. Participants will receive a ticket for admission to the Fair and a Fair Fun Run t-shirt. A percentage of the proceeds from the run will be donated to the Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation.
The Fair is also continuing the tradition of welcoming participants in costume for the Fun Run! Prizes will be awarded for Best Team, Family and Individual Costume. Please keep costumes family-friendly and safe to yourself and those running around you.
Though this 5k even is timed, it’s all about having fun and promoting a healthy lifestyle with your fellow fairgoers.
Online Registration NOW OPEN!Online registration closes at 6 pm on Thursday, July 16. On-site registration is open on the day of the race.
Before July 1
(Each participant receives one all-day admission to the Fair good on Saturday, July 18 and a race t-shirt)
Children (17 & under) $10.00
Team Registration (6 adults) $100.00
Family Registration (2 adults & up to 3 children) $50.00
After July 1
(Each participant will receive one all-day admission to the Fair good on Saturday, July 18; race t-shirt is not guaranteed)
Children (17 & under) $15.00
Team Registration (6 adults) $125.00
Family Registration (2 adults & up to 3 children) $65.00
About the Bryon Riesch Paralysis FoundationOn April 25, 1998, the life of Marquette University student Bryon Riesch, changed forever. A devastating accident left Bryon paralyzed from the chest down, with limited use of his arms. In order to assist Bryon and his family through a difficult time, friends and family quickly pulled together to help with a fundraiser. Those same friends and family have now helped to form the Bryon Riesch Paralysis Foundation (BRPF) to help others faced the challenges of paralysis.
Established in January of 2001, the BRPF is a 501©3 that has utilized the tremendous support and community response that was demonstrated after Bryon’s injury. Since then, through donations and fundraisers close to $3,000,000 has been raised to fight paralysis.