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Cheer Challenge

2017 Cheer Challenge Winners: 

Grand Prize Winners: Madison West High School Girls Swim Team

2017 Cheer Challenge Winners: 

Grand Prize         $1,500-Madison West High School Girls Swim Team

1st Place                $1,000-Madison Memorial High School Girls Cross Country Team

2nd Place              $500-Madison West High School Girls Cross Country Team

3rd Place               $250-Stoughton High School Dance Team

3rd Place               $250-Noverber Project


Get to know more about your Aid Station Cheer Challenge Groups!

Prairie Kids Club is the home and proud supporter of the SUN PRAIRIE YOUTH CHEER PROGRAM.  Our mission is to provide premium enrichment programs for children of all ages.  Our community based cheer program is open to kids of all ages & school districts and offers reasonable time and financial commitments.  In addition to our award-winning cheer teams, we offer open gym time, tumbling and gymnastics classes, birthday parties and team gymnastics.  No registration or membership fees required!  We also offer trial classes, so check out all we have to offer!  More information about our teams, class & open gym schedules and more registration options can be found at


Lululemon Athletica & Orangetheory Fitness. Lululemon Athletica is a yoga-inspired athletic apparel company that creates products for people to live a long, healthy and fun-filled life. By helping people keep active and stress-free, Lululemon believes the world will be a better place. They take great pride in being a part of their community. Orangetheory Fitness is the leading fitness gym. Our innovative workouts make us a health studio that you will see results at.

Movin’ Shoes & West High School Girl’s Cross-Country. Madison’s own running specialty store, Movin’ Shoes, will be joining Madison West Girl’s Cross Country team this year at the mile 5 aid station. Both organizations are committed to building Madison’s running and walking community through volunteerism and race participation.

Stoughton Dance Team. Established in 2011, the Stoughton Dance Team is the official dance team of Stoughton High School and is a part of the proud tradition of Viking athletics. The primary goal of the team is enhancing school spirit at SHS and in the Stoughton community. They dance primarily at football and basketball games, as well as other Stoughton High School functions, community events and competitions locally and at the state level. The team is composed of students in grades 9-12. The dance program is the longest running sport at Stoughton High School with a season beginning in June and running through March. The dancers are always excited to volunteer at the Madison Mini-Marathon.

November Project-Madison November Project™ is a FREE fitness movement that was born in Boston as a way to stay in shape during cold New England months. Now present in 29 cities in across North America and Europe (Iceland and Serbia), the movement is using a simple sense of accountability (verbal) to motivate and encourage people of all ages, shapes, sizes and fitness levels to get out of their beds and get moving. Our members vary from Olympic medalists, professional athletes, marathoners, triathletes, current and former collegiate athletes all the way to complete fitness rookies and recent couch potatoes just looking to kick start their healthy life choices. We meet every Wednesday on Bascom Hill by the Abraham Lincoln statue at 6:30am and every Friday at the State Capitol Steps by the Lady Forward Statue at 6:30am. How can you join? Simple… Just show up!

Memorial High School Boy’s Cross Country. The Madison Memorial Boy’s Cross Country team serves 80+ athletes each fall season. The team consists of 9th-12th graders with varying levels of running experience. Throughout the season they work towards the common goal of running a 5k race at the best of their ability. Along the way many friends are made and life lessons are learned. They hope to bring this enthusiasm to running to the mini-marathon course. If they received a monetary gift it would go towards equipment that could be used to help strengthen athletes and prevent injuries.

West High School Girl’s Swimming Team. “Split the V and dot that I curve that C-TORY!” We are the Madison West Regents Women’s Swim Team and we want a victory for you and us! We’ll be near the end of the course with water to help you finish the race, and you can vote to help us get first place! We’re hard at work so we can’t be beat and we need that money to get us to our meets! We’ll always rep the royal blue and maize, vote for us and we will give you all our praise. Any prize money will be used to lower the cost of team funds, transportation to meets, and equipment to help us increase the intensity of our training. Go Regents!


 H.H Madison Memorial Girl’s Cross Country. The MMCC high school team has volunteered since the start of the Madison Mini showing their commitment to the community for eight straight years. These hard working and dedicated athletes will use the prize money to support their transportation budget.

Prairie Athletic Club & Tri 4 Schools. PAC strives to provide a healthy, enjoyable environment enabling their members to achieve their fitness and recreational goals. Prize money would be donated towards Tri 4 Schools, which organizes triathlons to raise awareness for healthy living at local grade schools.

Fleet Feet Sports Madison Miler-In-Training. The Miler-in-Training program was created by Jessica Anderson, co-owner of Fleet Feet Sports Madison, her brother Matt Groose & his wife, Molly Groose in 2008. In addition to running, this training program includes a health education component and is specifically targeted for kids. During the program, kids learn about health-related topics ranging from nutrition to hygiene and complete running workouts to prepare them for their final one-mile race. Fleet Feet Sports Madison is committed to procuring funds to continue this life-changing program.