Join us for a timed 5K run to put cancer behind us on Saturday, May 19 at the Orange County Great Park. Participants not interested in beating the clock are welcome to go at their own pace. 5K participants 3 years of age or older must be registered. Children under the age of 18 years of age must be accompanied by an adult participant.
The 5k route will be posted once finalized; check back soon for details.
Time results and photos will be posted on the website after the run. Remember your bib number to look up your results. We recommend taking a picture of your bib with your cell phone after the race.
If this is your first 5K, check out our FAQ section.
5K Runners have a fundraising commitment of $50, which is made as a self-donation at the time of registration. We hope to raise as much money as possible for cancer research, so don’t be afraid to increase your goal.
We encourage all our runners to fundraise $50-we all have five friends who can donate $10. If all runners commit to fundraising, we can greatly increase our impact on cancer. 5K Race participants have access to fundraising materials and the Participant Center to raise funds for cancer research.
Keep in mind runners line up according to how they think they will finish-fast runners in the front, slow runners in the back, walkers behind runners. This prevents congestion on the course. You want to be amongst the participants who will be running-or walking-the same pace as you. You don’t want to be passed by a crowd of people, and you don’t want to be dodging and weaving around people slower than you. Here is a quick guide to help you line up:
If you choose to run with a baby jogger or stroller, you must line up in the back of all runners. It is your responsibility to make sure the jogger or stroller does not impede other runners. You must take extra precaution for your safety, your child’s safety, and the safety of other runners around you. We reserve the right to pull any person from the race who is endangering other runners or themselves.