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Event Details

Virtual Race Information  


We hope you enjoy your virtual race and feel that sense of pride and accomplishment after completing your miles!

Access our 2021 Virtual Event Guide for recovery information and best practices for safely completing your virtual race.

Congratulations on completing your event! Tag us in your post race celebrations and wear your shirt and medal with pride!

Event Information

Information on the 2022 event will be available in fall of 2021.


1.  There will be no charges for parking in the public lots, streets, or other approved parking lots near Lambeau Field.
2.  Please obey all “No Parking” signs. Cars parked on prohibited roads will be towed.
3.  Parking in private lots may result in your vehicle being towed.
4.  RIDE-SHARE  Everyone driving to the start line is urged to share a ride with other participants.
5.  SHUTTLES  Participants staying in Green Bay area hotels should take hotel shuttles, which drop off near the start/finish line.
6.  We are not responsible for any unmanned parking lot. Park in those lots at your own risk.

Shuttles are provided on SUNDAY ONLY for the marathon and half marathon participants and their friends and family members. School buses will pick up runners and family members at predetermined PARTNER HOTELS on Sunday of event weekend. The shuttles will drop off and pick up participants and spectators near the start line in the Stadium District.

  The shuttle schedule will be available in spring.

Road/Traffic Disruption Information

Intersection disruption schedules will be available in spring of 2022.
For the 5K route intersection disruption schedule click HERE.
For the Half Marathon route intersection disruption schedule click HERE.
For the Marathon route intersection disruption schedule click HERE

Getting to the start line for Sunday event:

Detailed driving directions will be available in spring 2022

Bib Pick Up

All Sunday event participants can pick up their bib Saturday, May 16 on the Lambeau Field Atrium Floor (1265 Lombardi Ave.) in Green Bay from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm.

2022 5K Bib pick up schedule will be available in late 2021: 
Saturday, May 14

If you are unable to attend the posted bib pick-up hours someone else may pick up your bib for you. They will need your name and confirmation email in order to pick up your bib.

There will be no race day bib pick up for the Marathon, Half Marathon, Marathon Relay and 5K. 

Pace Teams

Want to have fun with a group and yet keep your desired pace? Run with a Pace Team leader!


Pace team leaders will be holding signs indicating their pace on race day in the start corrals and throughout most of the marathon run. They will also have their pace time labeled on their back. The pace team will have a booth at the Prevea Health & Fitness Expo and will be available to answer questions on Saturday. On race day, you can meet them in the Start Corrals 30 minutes prior to the start of the race.


There is no cost or need to pre-register for the pace team. Nor is there any obligation to stay with the group you choose. You may surge ahead or drop back at will. Running together gives the group a collective energy and enthusiasm that supports and enhances everybody’s marathon experience.


Below is a list of each pace team leader and the pace/wave they will be in.

For more information about the Pace Team contactCarrie Miller at

2020 Full Marathon Pacers

Finish Time HH:MM Pace per mile2019 PACE TEAM LEADERSStart WaveRace Plan
2:55 6:40Thomas WellsASteady, even splits; smart start makes for a strong finish.
3:00 6:52Elias TheodosisASteady, even splits; smart start makes for a strong finish.
3:05 7:03Tim Kowols/Kathy DerksASteady, even splits; smart start makes for a strong finish.
3:10 7:15Mike James/Andrea DalabrouxAKeep a smooth, even pace throughout the race.
3:15 7:26Mike SteffekAStay as close to even splits as possible. May ease up at aid stations to get fluids in but not a walk.
3:20 7:38Ryan PetersonASteady, even splits at 7:40 +/- 5 ses accounting for slowing at water stations.
3:25 7:49Allison Pitt/Aaron BraunsteinARun even splits. Jog through water stops.
3:30 8:01Paul LeTourneau/Katie HeraldBStart conservative but run fairly even splits throughout. Start smart to finish strong.
3:35 8:12Dan Besette/David LawrenceBRun 8:10's the entire race, sail gracefully across the line at 3:34:xx, and head directly to the tent for beverages!
3:40 8:23Cam Foster/Chad OtisBEven pacing throughout the entire race with slight slow down at the water stops.
3:45 8:35Jeff Picken/Stephanie KliethermesBStart conservative and run even splits throughout, building to a 30 second buffer by mile 21.
3:50 8:46Laura Brunner/Adam MonaghanBRun as consistently as possible, hoping to arrive at mile 20 one minute ahead of pace, then finish the race as consistently as possible arriving right at 3:50.
3:55 8:58Carrie Miller/Amanda SonnenbergBRun even splits, slightly faster than race pace to allow for tangents and slowing through the water stations.
4:00 9:09Jessica Rein/Kevin TerryCWe will run a 47/53 ratio with the first half being slightly faster to allow for fading in the final miles.
4:10 9:32Ryan Borucki/Curt BreyCWe will run even paces with a quick walk through the water stations building a 1-2 minute cushion at the halfway point. Then even paces all the way in with a goal of finishing at 4:09.
4:15 9:44Catie Schmitt/Kristen BrazzaleCRun 10 seconds quicker than pace (9:35 min/mile) to allow for slowing/walking through water stops.
4:20 9:55Marty Thomas/Avi KelleyCWe will run slightly faster than goal pace to allow for slowing or walking through water stops and of course give great positive encouragement and conversation throughout!
4:30 10:18Jeri Howey/Tim MuldoonDWe will run a steady 10:10 min/mile pace to allow walking through water stations.
4:45 10:52Mike LaMere/Mark GarriganDSteady 10:30 min/mile pace walking through water stations.
5:00 11:27Barry Thrune/Ken FattmannDGordy will do 4 min run/1 min walk intervals. Ken will do a steady run at 11:27 min/mi pace; walk briefly through aid stations; any significant hills we might attack 30 sec run/30 sec walk.
5:15 12:01Paula Meyer/Sara CarterDWe will do a 4 min/1 min run/walk.
5:30 12:35Bob Strauss/Jeremy KnausD2:00 min run/40 second walk, maintaining an overall pace of 12:30; additional walk through water stations.
5:45 13:10Paula Walker/Rhonda KempenDTargeting a 12:50/mile pace walking all water stops 20-30 seconds each stop.
6:00 13:44Paul Miller/Tom CotterDRun 2 minutes, walk 1 minute to mile 20, run 1 min, walk 1 min from 21-26.2.
Sweeper 16:01Esther ShermanDHelp as many runners as possible to make the 7:00 cutoff.

2020 Half Marathon Pacers

Finish Time HH:MM Pace per Mile2018 PACE TEAM LEADERSStart WaveRace Plan
1:30 6:51Adam Johnson/Josh SchillASplits between 6:45 - 6:50 to guarantee a sub 1:30, plan to grab water but have minimal slowdown.
1:35 7:15Peter Klinner/Michele GiannoneARun even splits to come in just under goal time.
1:40 7:38Jim Benner/Don KussowARun a 7:30 mile to give a small buffer and allow for slowing through water stations.
1:45 8:00Dave Taylor/Katie FeuchtARun an even pace but walk through water stops. We will keep you hydrated and encourage nutrition and make sure you run with a smile!
1:50 8:23Aaron Hizon/Chris SchmitzAStart out a little slower and work our way up to race pace​.​ No stopping or walking at aid stations.
1:55 8:46TJ Lindwall/Gina LindwallBRun even splits, slightly faster than race pace to allow for slowing through the water stations.
2:00 9:09Sydney Vanderloop/Katie HouleBRun even splits slowing for water stops. We will be running in just under 2 hours so you're sure to meet your sub-2:00 goal!
2:10 9:55Tim Jakubek/Theresa MeredithCRun about 5 seconds faster that goal pace and have a brief rest at the aid stations.
2:15 10:18Michelle Webb/Deb GuenterbergDHold a steady pace, walk through water stops.
2:20 10:41Kimberly Huntley/Angela BilbreyERun slightly faster than goal pace to allow for walking through all water stops.
2:30 11:27Robin Coburn/Jackie KohlhagenERun slightly faster than goal pace to allow for walking through all water stops.
2:45 12:35Wanda Wanie/Elise CoonFWe will be running even splits of 11:50 allowing time for walking during all water stations.
3:00 13:44Mandi Wilke/Marissa ZodaFWalk/run with even splits - take and give on hills.
3:15 14:52Jen Lefor/Jeanette Cabrello-BellFWalk/run with even splits - take and give on hills.
3:30 16:00DJ Rein/Mark WalkerFWalk/run strategy with even splits.
Sweeper Melony SasserFHelp the final runner in every way possible to finish!


Normal conditions ( 6am to Noon ) for the race day.

Sunrise SunsetAvg HighAvg LowMean TempRecord HighRecord Low
5:20 am 8:18 pm67 F45 F56 F88 F31 F

Scoring & Timing

Your Cellcom race bib will utilize MyLaps© BIBTAG technology. This system does not use a conventional timing “chip”, but rather an electronic reader strip mounted to the back side of the participant’s bib. There, you will notice a metallic strip. The BIBTAG system cannot be altered in any way prior to or during the event. Please DO NOT try to remove it!

Please make sure wear your bib on the front of your body and on the outside of your clothing at all times during our events (doing anything different will reduce the readability of your results).

The bib is your “proof of purchase” to our race staff and allows participant access to course support and access into the Lambeau Field player tunnel.

No bib means no access into Lambeau!

Our security staff will be instructed to escort runners without visible bibs (“bandit” runners) from the stadium.

MyLaps BIBTAG© instructions:

  • Keep the bib that was assigned to you at packet pickup. Bibs are non-transferable.
  • Do not alter the BIBTAG area on your bib.
  • Wear your bib on the front outside of your clothing at all times during the race.  Do not take it off until after you cross the finish line.
  • You do not need to return or remove the BIBTAG portion of your bib…the bib is yours to keep!

Gear Check

Let us keep track of your belongings while you race!

The Cellcom Green Bay Marathon offers a Gear Check service for the individual marathon and half marathon participants on Sunday of event weekend. Gear Check (for distance runners only) will be available on race day morning beginning at 6:00 am near the start line. Marathon gear check bags must be checked by 6:30 am, half marathon gear check bags must be checked by 7:00 am. Gear bags will be supplied at the time of bib pick up. Runners should hand off their gear bag with their corresponding bib number on it to the volunteers stationed in the gear check area corresponding to their event, wave and bib number. There will be areas at the Prevea Health and Fitness Expo where you can mark your gear check bag.

Please note: Race organizers are not responsible for items placed in gear bags becoming lost, stolen or damaged.  Do not place easily lost (e.g. wedding rings) or easily damaged (e.g. smartphones or digital cameras) items in the bags.

After the race, participants who dropped off gear bags in the morning will need to return to the same area where they dropped them off to retrieve their belongings. Gear check pickup will be available throughout the morning until the course closes.  PARTICIPANTS (OR THEIR FAMILY/FRIENDS) MUST PRESENT THEIR MATCHING BIB AT THE GEAR CHECK TABLES IN ORDER TO RETRIEVE THEIR GEAR CHECK BAGS.

After 2:30 p.m. on Sunday, any unclaimed bags will be relocated to the marathon office. These bags will be available for pickup by scheduling an appointment with the marathon staff. Call the office at (920) 432-6272 or email to coordinate pickup.

Gear Check will not be available for the Cellcom Marathon Relay, or the Cellcom 5K.