Green Bay – The Prevea Training Runs are back in 2017 to get participants ready for the Cellcom Green Bay Marathon on May 21. Prevea Health is proud to be the official health partner of the 2017 Cellcom Green Bay Marathon and is committed to helping participants of all fitness levels achieve success.
The first training run of the free, 19-week program will take place Saturday, Jan. 7 and continue every Saturday through May 13. Participants will meet at Green Bay Distillery, 835 Mike McCarthy Way in Ashwaubenon at 7 a.m. for announcements and a group warm-up before the training run begins. Routes vary in distance to accommodate runners’ training for the half or full marathon.   
Prevea Training Runs are part of a specialized program calculated to get you to the finish line,” said Mike LaMere, Prevea Training Runs Director. “We gradually increase the mileage throughout the program to help runners build the necessary physical and mental endurance they will need to complete their half or full marathon.”
Free water and Gatorade will be available along the course each week, and free injury screenings from Prevea Sports Medicine experts will also be available after each run at Green Bay Distillery.
About Prevea Health
Prevea Health’s mission is to care for people with passion, pride, and respect. Founded in 1996, Prevea Health partners with HSHS St. Vincent Hospital and HSHS St. Mary’s Hospital Medical Center in Green Bay, HSHS St. Nicholas Hospital in Sheboygan, HSHS St. Clare Memorial Hospital in Oconto Falls, HSHS Sacred Heart Hospital in Eau Claire and HSHS St. Joseph’s Hospital in Chippewa Falls, to provide access to more than 200 physicians in more than 60 specialty areas. Prevea has more than 40 locations throughout Northeast Wisconsin and Western Wisconsin’s Chippewa Valley region. For more information, visit
About Cellcom Green Bay Marathon
The 18th annual Cellcom Green Bay Marathon will take place May 19-21, 2017. Over the past 17 years, the race has generated over $1.2 million in proceeds for local charities. For more information, visit