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Road Closures on Sunday Due to Lakefront Marathon

About 2,500 runners will hit the streets on Sunday for the 32nd annual Milwaukee Lakefront Marathon, and that means some area road closures, too. Plus, check out who's joining from Fox Point and Bayside. Good luck!

About 2,500 runners will hit the streets on Sunday for the 32nd annual Milwaukee Lakefront Marathon, and that means some area road closures, too.  

The run starts at 7:30 a.m. at Grafton High School, 1950 Washington St. and snakes 26.41 miles south along Lake Michigan taking runners through a hefty chunk of Fox Point and Bayside, according to the event website.

Specifically, the local roads impacted are North Port Washington Road from County Line to Fairy Chasm, down Lake Drive past the Schlitz Audubon Nature Center, continuing along Lake Drive all the way to finish line at Veterans Park in Milwaukee.

The race starts at 7:30 and closures will likely last two hours.

Of the 2,500 runners, 33 are from the Fox Point and Bayside area. Here's the local people who are registered:

Bayside

  • Ann Affolter
  • Lane Brostrom
  • Steve Brown
  • Cory Conto
  • Clark Evans
  • Suzanna Evans
  • Amy Knox
  • Steve Nelson
  • Katherine Scarpinato
  • Sara Swanson
  • Herald Tomesch

Fox Point

  • Brett Bostrack 
  • Jeremy cherny
  • David Cross
  • Anatoliy Daskal
  • Peter Donahue
  • Jennifer Evans
  • Stephanie Goldstein
  • Tim Gullickson
  • Frances Kaczor
  • Julie Karnes
  • Betsy Kimmel
  • Terrence Knight
  • Keith Kolb
  • Marueen Kolb
  • Gary Krenz
  • Tim Maciolek
  • Patrick O'Neill
  • Terrance O'Neill
  • William Poznanski
  • Karl Stuen
  • Monte Weiss
  • Jamie Westfhal

See the entire list of runners as well as the entire course on the event's website. Also, sign up for live results of runners' progress by using this messaging system.

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