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2017 Results, Click Here

Online registration through Run Wild Missoula has closed.  By clicking the above link, you will leave the Run Wild Missoula website and be taken to RunSignUp to complete your online registration.

Come run a simple, low-key half marathon in Victor, MT, while still receiving all the amenities of a Run Wild Missoula Race!  The course is a scenic, looping route, starting and ending at Victor Park.  Runners and walkers are welcome and will enjoy the dirt and blacktop course!

Start Time: 8:30 a.m., Saturday, September 16th, 2017, Victor Park

Registration: includes chip timing, custom designed long sleeve tech shirt, finisher's medal, and more!  Run Wild Missoula members log in to receive a $3 discount! 

  • $40 through August 31st at 11:59 p.m.;
  • $50 September 1st through race day;
    • Online registration though RWM will close on Thursday, September 14th at 12PM.
    • Online registration will continue to be available through RunSignUp after 12PM on Thursday, September 14th.  By registering online, fast and easy packet pickup will still be available to you on Friday or Saturday.  There is a small convenience fee that is applied to your registration by RunSignUp.  If you would like to avoid this convenience fee, you can still register at packet pick or on race day, just bring cash or check with you!
  • Registration Questions?  Email RWM's Operations Coordinator, Ashley Cossairt

As race day gets closer, we are hopeful the smoke will dissipate and the air quality will improve.  For information about Run Wild Missoula's race cancellation policy, click here.  See below for air quality updates.

Packet Pickup:

  • Friday, September 15th, from 3 - 6 p.m. in the Run Wild Missoula office (basement of Runner's Edge, 304 N Higgins)
  • Saturday, September 16th from 7 - 8 a.m. at the race start, at Victor Park. 

Overall and age division awards: 
Male - 0-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+ 
Female - 0-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50-59, 60-69, 70+

Course Information:  There will be (6) aid stations on the course, one roughly every 2 miles.  Porta potties will be available at the race start/finish area, as well as the half way point.  Post race refreshments will be at the race finish.

Course Map: Click Here

Time Limit:  The course will be open for 4 hours, from the 8:30AM start through 12:30PM.

Want to volunteer?  Please email Race Director, Paul Rosen

Per Run Wild Missoula event policies, dogs are not allowed to participate in the event with the exception of ADA Service Animals 

2017 Air Quality Updates:

9/14/2017:  It looks like the weather predictions are holding true.  The rain has moved in; and, it appears as though snow could be heavy in the Bitterroot Mountains.  Air quality is already beginning to improve markedly; and, we fully expect that conditions will allow us to proceed with the run on Saturday. 

We will continue to closely monitor weather and air quality conditions.  Should air quality unexpectedly deteriorate, we will make announcements via the race page, email and social media.

9/13/2017:  The National Weather Service continues to predict rain (and snow above 6,000') starting tonight or tomorrow morning.  May see some heavy rain through Thursday night, then lighter rain until Saturday morning.  We remain optimistic that this weather system will clear the air enough to allow the race to proceed.  We will continue to closely monitor the conditions and provide updates here, via email and social media.

9/11/2017:  Air quality improved quite a bit over the weekend.  Even had some periods in the Good or Moderate categories.  A system is expected to arrive in the area beginning late Tuesday or Wednesday, bring much cooler temperatures and much needed moisture to our area.  
9/9/2017:  As you know, air quality has been very poor over the last week.  However, based on the forecast of the National Weather Service, we may very well see changed weather patterns, including precipitation, by the latter part of next week.  If we're lucky, we'll see an improvement to air quality by the weekend.
We'll evaluate whether or not to proceed with the race based on the guidelines of the Missoula County Health Department, Montana Department of Health & Human Services, and the Missoula Marathon event protocols.
If the air quality is in the Good (Green) category, we'll proceed with no restrictions.
If the air quality is in the Moderate (Yellow) or Unhealthy For Sensitive Groups (Orange) categories, the race will proceed; but, with these considerations:
  • Athletes with asthma should have quick-relief medicine readily available and treat as directed by their healthcare provider. All athletes with respiratory illness should monitor symptoms and reduce/cease activity if symptoms arise. At-Risk participants with history of respiratory (lung) and/or heart disease should consider withdrawing from participation.
If the conditions are Unhealthy (Red) (or worse), we will cancel the race.  Exposure to prolonged exercise in these conditions presents an increased risk of causing medical distress for participants.  This becomes more so due to the prolonged exposure that we have experienced in Western Montana over the last month or so.  We certainly want to be able to conduct the race; but, not if there is a risk to the health of our participants.

We'll continue to provide updates here, via email and social media posts.

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