Horlick Rebel Invitational Racine @ University of Wisconsin Parkside

Who Races? The top finishing 20 girls and 20 boys at the Two Rivers Invitational.

Departure:  The team will depart NDA immediately following school on Friday, Sept 4.  It is an overnight trip.

Course Maps:

5K  (Girls Varsity, Boys JV and Varsity)- Course Map
4K (Girls’ JV Race) – Course Map

Team Hotel: For Parents interested in staying at the team hotel, there are currently available rooms as the hotel where the team will be staying.  Please do not take a room on the NDA block as those rooms are exclusively for team allocation. The hotel:

The Harbourwalk Hotel Racine, http://www.harbourwalkhotelracine.com

Format:   TBD

Parking:  All busses, team vehicles & spectators should come in on Highway E and then turn left onto Hwy JR to access the UW- Parkside Physical Education or Communication Arts parking lots located off of Hwy JR east of the course.  There is no participant drop off on Highway JR. No parking allowed in any of the Petrifying Springs parking lots – this includes teams, coaches and spectators. The Kenosha County Sheriff Department has ticketed those violating this policy in past years!  Handicap Parking (with Permit) is allowed in the lot immediately North of the course on Hwy JR.

UW-Parkside: The UW-Parkside PE Building is off limits to our group.

Petrifying Springs Park:  UW-Parkside has added additional port-a-lets to the race site for 2019. Please utilize those located at the course rather than the ones at Pets. We also request that all warmups are conducted on the UWP course. All teams are required to have their team camps at the designated area on the UWPXC course. NO team camps are allowed in Petrifying Springs.

Tents:  All team tents should be placed behind the finish line. Meet staff will direct you to a spot. Teams may not set-up team camps in Petrifying Springs Park.

Course:  The course is the UW-Parkside JR 5000 meter high school course. Restricted areas will be roped off, coned or marked with signage.  Please remember that is prohibited to mark the course in any manner, including paint, streamers, signage, etc. A digital display clock will provide the countdown for each race and one will provide splits at the 1, 2 & 3 mile marks. Once the first race of the day race has started, warm-ups on the course are limited to following the race in progress. Teams may not warm-up randomly on the course during the race in progress.


Updated:  April 21, 2020