2022 RACE RESULTS
WHAT & WHERE
The Mini Donut Half Marathon has 13.1 miles of the area’s most spectacular views! The start line for the half marathon is at the intersection of 4th Avenue and Riders Club Road in Onalaska, WI, (just past the Omni Center and near the Onalaska YMCA). After the start, runners follow the beautiful Great River State Trail and finish at the Historic Trempealeau Hotel in Trempealeau, WI. This is a timed event. ALL finishers receive a medal, a high quality technical event shirt, an additional race swag item, and complimentary donuts, milk, water, and fruit at the finish line. There are also additional prizes & trophies for individual age division winners.
The 5K Honor Walk/Run begins at the Historic Trempealeau Hotel in Trempealeau, WI. Participants will walk or run 1.5 miles towards scenic Perrot State Park, then turn around and return another 1.5 miles to the Trempealeau Hotel for the finish. THE 5K IS NOW A TIMED EVENT! ALL finishers of the 5K will receive a medal, a high quality technical event shirt, and complimentary donuts and water. There is an additional prize for best overall male and female time.
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Mini Donut Half Marathon (13.1 miles)
Pacers provided by the Grand Bluff Running Pacing Team for the half Marathon
5K Honor Run/Walk (3.1 miles)
The 7th Annual Mini Donut Half Marathon & 5K Honor Run/Walk is on September 17, 2022!
Start times: Half Marathon: 7:00 am
5K Run/Walk 10:00 am
Packet pickup will be on Friday, September 16 from 11 am to 6 pm at River Trail Cycles, 106 Mason Street, Onalaska, WI 54650.
Packet pickup is required for everyone who is registered for the Mini Donut Half Marathon or the 5K Honor Walk/Run. At packet pickup, you receive your race bib, your race shirt, and a goody bag. There is no packet pickup available on the day of the event because it begins at 7 am! If you cannot make it to packet pickup on Friday, please make arrangements for a family member or friend to pick up your race bag for you.
We will have several aid stations along the route of the half marathon.
Aid Station 1 offers water and will be at approximately mile marker 2.2. There will also be porta-potties available here. Last year, this aid station was sponsored by the Friends & Family of Chad Kamrowski.
Aid Station 2 offers water and will be approximately at mile marker 4.5. This aid station was last brought to you by Burn Bootcamp.
Aid Station 3 offers water, Gatorade, and GU protein gel, and will be approximately at mile marker 6.6 near Lytle's Landing. There will also be pit toilets available here. This aid station has been sponsored by the Cody Wozney Family.
Aid Station 4 offers water and will be approximately at mile marker 9.1. This aid station has been brought to you by Mayo Clinic Behavioral Health.
Aid Station 5 offers water & Gatorade, and will be approximately at mile marker 11. This aid station was sponsored last year by Goosebumps Run/Walk.
Aid Station 6 offers water & Gatorade and will be approximately at mile marker 12.1. This aid station has been brought to you by Kevin's Legacy.
Finish Line Aid Station will have complimentary water, Organic Valley chocolate milk, fruit, coffee, and of course....mini donuts!
This aid station is always sponsored by the Mike Olson Family. Mike was the owner of Oly's Mini Donuts and our half marathon was created in his honor.
*Each Aid Station will also contain a First Aid Kit & there will be Medics along the course and at the finish line.
Inclement Weather Plan
In the event of inclement weather before the start of the Mini Donut Half Marathon or 5K, the Mini Donut Half Marathon Committee reserves the right to delay or cancel the event for the safety of the participants and volunteers. Please click here for the full Inclement Weather Plan.
Mini Donut Half Marathon
5K Honor Run/Walk:
PARKING & BUSES
Free parking is available near the start line of the half marathon in Onalaska.
There will also be street parking available in Trempealeau for those of you who prefer to park there.
We will provide several buses traveling from Trempealeau to Onalaska. The buses will depart from the finish line near the Trempealeau Hotel and will drop you off at the parking area in Onalaska. Buses will run from 9:00 am to 12:00 pm, with a bus departing every hour on the hour.
There will be a bag drop available for anyone running the half marathon. The bag drop will be located near the start line in Onalaska. Bag drop times will be from approximately 6:15 am to 6:50 am on race day.
We highly recommend you use your race packet bag for the bag drop. All bags must be picked up by 11:30 am at the finish line, which is outside of the Tremepeleau Hotel in Trempeleau. Please note that we are not responsible for any lost, damaged, or misplaced items.
POST RACE FUN!
JOIN US AFTER THE RACE FOR A CELEBRATION OF LIFE PARTY!
We have an awards ceremony, live music, food, photos, and more!
Live music by the Driftless River Band!
Complimentary coffee (found at the finish line tables) available courtesy of Driftless Bike 'N' Bean You must have your race bib on to receive free coffee.
Complimentary donuts and fruit provided by Reinhart Foods, (found at the finish line tables). You must have your race bib on to receive free donuts and fruit.
Complimentary milk for our half marathon runners courtesy of Organic Valley. (found at the finish line tables). You must have your race bib on to receive free chocolate milk.
Muddy Waters Bar next door is gives out amazing drink specials to all runners and also has a Bloody Mary bar, food, and music available. Get a free drink with your race bib! (Inside Muddy Waters Bar...not at the finish line tables). You must have the coupon from your race bib to receive a free drink.
Food and drinks are also be available for purchase at the Historic Trempealeau Hotel
2016 Photos by Mikano Photography
2016 Photos by Race Director Sarah Meza
2017 Photos by Michelle Cox
2018 Photos by Michelle Cox
2018 Photos by Francis Schmitz
2019 Photos by Race Director Sarah Meza
2019 Photos by Jesse Erdman
2019 Photos by Katie Eklund
2019 5K Photos by Dawn Ellen
2021 5K Photos by Sarah Matchey