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Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Sign up now for FCC3 and Queen Bee Events!

Just because Flying Pig weekend is over, doesn’t mean you have to head back to the couch! There are
lots of opportunities to still be part of Pig Works events throughout the year.

The next event is the FCC3 presented by Medpace, a three-mile friendly event on Saturday, June 18,
with a watch party to follow. The FCC3 will start with a 3-mile walk/run followed by the TQL Watch Party
at TQL Stadium as FC Cincinnati takes on Philadelphia Union that night on the road. Registration for the
event opens May 19th —visit www.fccrace.com for more information.

In the fall is the Queen Bee Half Marathon and Medpace Queen Bee 4 Miler on Saturday, October 8. The
Queen Bee Half Marathon is on a mission: to promote the fun of fitness while raising support and funds
for local charities that focus on women. Race weekend will include plenty of pampering, swag, and
fun—the perfect ingredients for a great girls’ weekend. Or you can choose to do the Medpace Queen
Bee 4 Miler and still enjoy the run or walk through Cincinnati with your friends. Visit
www.queenbeehalf.com to register—it always sells out so sign up today!

And then don’t forget the third leg of the TQL Beer Series, the Hudepohl 14K/7K on Oktoberfest
weekend. You can’t be a Brew Hog without doing all three Beer Series events (Bockfest 5K and Fifty
West Mile) so if you’ve done the first two, sign up for the third! www.runbeerseries.com has all your
information to sign up.

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Be Part of the Stock Yards Bank & Trust Piggest Raffle Ever

Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself! Here’s an easy way to support your favorite charity and have a chance to win a great prize for yourself!
The Piggest Raffle Ever, presented by Stock Yards Bank and Trust, is a simple way for charities to raise
money and you can help them do that!

Find your favorite charity’s name on the drop-down menu at www.piggestraffleever.com. Click on the
name, and buy a raffle ticket. Tickets are $5 each, and 100 percent of that money goes to the charity.
Then, on Flying Pig weekend, winners’ names are drawn and you could win one of three great prizes,
including:

  • First prize, $10,000 cash–$5,000 of that goes to the person buying the ticket, the other $5,000 goes to the charity where the ticket was purchased.
  • Second prize, $5,000 cash–$2,500 to the person buying the ticket, $2,500 to the charity
  • Third Prize, a Cincinnati Experience getaway weekend, valued at $1,500.

There’s still time to buy your raffle ticket and support your favorite charity! Visit piggestraffleever.com, purchase your pig and keep your fingers crossed. Good luck!!

2022 Youth Program

Click here for more information about our kids running program!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!

Lots To Do on Flying Pig Weekend!


Whether you’re doing one Flying Pig event or are registered for multiple events, there are lots of things to do and see during Flying Pig weekend! Here’s the schedule of events:

Friday, April 29th

P&G Health and Fitness Expo at the Duke Energy Convention Center opens at noon and runs until 7:00 PM. Not only do you pick up your bib number, shirt and goodies, there’s plenty of great shopping there as well. Take your time and visit the vendors and we’re sure you’ll find something to add to your athletic wardrobe! 

Fifty West Mile, first heat goes off at 7:00 PM along Mehring Way. Packet pickup on site starts at 5 p.m. If you’re doing one of the early heats, stick around to see the elites “dash for cash” at the end of the event, then hang out at the Post Race Party that goes until 10:00 PM at Smale Park.

Saturday, April 30th

It’s a jam-packed morning that starts with the Toyota 10K at 7:00 AM (note the earlier time this year!). On-site packet pickup starts at 5:30 AM at Paul Brown Stadium’s plaza. The Family Fun Festival starts at 7:30 AM at Smale Park, then the Tri-State Running Company 5K goes off at 9:00 AM. That’s followed by the First Watch Flying Piglet for the kids at 10:00 AM, also at Smale Park. The P&G Health and Fitness Expo gets underway also at 10:00 AM, then at 11:00 AM is Cincinnati Children’s 26th mile along Freedom Way, the PigAbilities event presented by Goodwill Industries at noon, and everyone’s favorite dog run, the Flying Fur at 1:00 PM along Mehring Way. 

Sunday, May 1

The weekend wraps up with the marquee event, the Flying Pig Marathon powered by P&G at 6:30 AM along Elm Street by Paul Brown Stadium. That includes the Paycor Half Marathon and the CityDash 4-person relay. Celebrate your accomplishment at the Michelob Ultra Victory Party at Smale Park, running from 8:00 AM until 3:00 PM. And congratulations on being part of the Pig!