Run Wild Missoula

Fierce Fab 5K

Sunday, September 25, 2022

-1Days -9Hours -11Minutes -38Seconds

Fierce Fab 5K

The Fierce Fab 5K encourages and supports all women, transgender, non-binary, Two Spirit or otherwise marginalized people because of their gender identity. The Fierce Fab 5k also supports our male counterparts who celebrate women and are working to grow equality and awareness.


Above all, this event is to amplify fun and celebrate the love and camaraderie of coming together! All participants will receive custom finishers medals, free photos, mimosa (or apple juice for our under 21 participants), custom bib and course experience you will never forget! Wearing what makes you feel fierce & fabulous is strongly encouraged!


After multiple surveys with membership and participants over the past decade, RWM is taking this opportunity to rebrand and refresh the race previously known as Diva Day 5K. As requested by a majority of those surveyed, the event has changed the name to reflect a more modern vision and more inclusive atmosphere. You can expect the same great energy, festivities and celebrated accomplishments as previous events.


Registration opens Thursday, July 14 at 8:00 AM!




Includes custom event swag, finisher’s medal, chip timing, entry into post-race raffle drawing, and more!
Run Wild Missoula members receive $3 discount!

  • July 14 through August 15
    • $30 – 15 and Over
    • $20 – 14 and Under
  • August 16 through September 15
    • $40 – 15 and Over
    • $20 – 14 and Under
  • September 16 through Race Day
    • $45 – 15 and Over
    • $25 – 14 and Under


Get a group together and create a team for this year’s Fierce Fab 5K! Training and participating with a group helps promote a healthy and social lifestyle. Teams are not limited to a certain number of participants or ages. Be sure to select you are registering with a team on the registration form. Create or select your team from the drop-down menu during registration.




Run Wild Missoula will donate a portion of race proceeds & 100% of participant donations to YWCA Missoula.  Domestic violence impacts the lives of countless women across all backgrounds, and is the leading cause of homelessness among families with children. YWCA Missoula is committed to ending domestic and sexual violence because everyone deserves to be safe. Funds raised will go to YWCA Missoula’s Pathways Program, which provides shelter and support to survivors of interpersonal violence.


Packet Pickup & Late Registration:

  • Friday, September 23 from 3:00 – 5:45 PM at Run Wild Missoula (304 N Higgins Ave)
  • Sunday, September 25 from 7:15 – 8:15 AM at the Race Start (Community Medical Center)
    • Packet Pickup will end promptly at 8:15 AM on race morning. 

Race Day:

Race Distance: 5K (3.1 miles) – runners and walkers of all ages and abilities are welcome!

Aid Stations: There will be two aid stations, one at mile one and one at mile two.

Course Map: View Course Map

  • The course is open to strollers, we kindly ask you start in the back.
  • Dogs are not allowed with the exception of service animals. Service animals must be on non-retractable, 6 foot or less leash.

Start Time: 8:30 AM

Parking: You can park and any non-coned space at Community Medical Center. Carpooling is encouraged!




  • Top 3 Overall (Female & Non-Binary)
  • Top Overall in each age group (Female & Non-Binary)
  • 9 & under, 10-14, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49,50-59, 60-69, 70+

All participants are eligible for raffle prizes as well!



Want to Volunteer? Click HERE for more information & to sign up!



As outlined in the race waiver & acknowledgement, entry fees are non-refundable, non-transferable and non-deferrable. To view the RWM race cancellation policy, click here.



Thank You Sponsors!




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September 25, 2022

Start Time:

8:30 AM

Start Location:

Community Medical Center Campus; 2827 Fort Missoula Road


"I joined Run Wild Missoula to meet other runners in this area and to have the opportunity to run a variety of races and fun runs since my husband does not run. I live in Montana five or six months a year and found that this was a great way to meet new people. The scenery here is so inspiring!"

– Donna A.