Event Details

Run to Fight Children’s Cancer: 10K Run, 5K Run/Walk, and Cancer Survivor Walk

WHO: Run to Fight Children’s Cancer is an event to both celebrate survivorship and honor those who have lost their battle. We welcome participants of all ages and all levels including elite runners, joggers, and walkers. All are invited to cheer on our amazing superheroes and their families participating in the Cancer Survivor Walk.

WHEN: Join us on Saturday, April 22, 2023, to participate in Children’s Cancer Network’s Run to Fight Children’s Cancer 2023.

IN PERSON PARTICIPANTS: Join us at Salt River Fields, the beautiful spring training facility for the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Colorado Rockies, in Scottsdale, Arizona.  

  • 7:00 AM – 10K Start
  • 7:45 AM – 5K Start
  • 9:00 AM – Cancer Survivor Walk around the bases on the field. Please join us in the stands to cheer on our cancer fighters and their families.
  • Post – Celebration on the concourse with JUST ENERGY ENTERTAINMENT and Dizzie Ramsey. Music, games, arts and crafts, and vendors!

VIRTUAL: You may choose to complete this goal on April 22, 2023, or before on the route of your choosing. You may choose to complete this goal alone, as a small group or a team with social distancing. All we ask is that you include us along the way virtually. Submit your photos, videos, stories, and quotes to Patti at patti.luttrell@childrenscancernetwork.org  with your name and bit about your route and experience. Larger videos may be submitted at no charge through wetransfer.com to patti.luttrell@childrenscancernetwork.org. We look forward to sharing your experiences via social media to help all see your spirit and support. Thank you!

Event Location

Salt River Fields at Talking Stick is a stadium complex located in the Salt River Pima–Maricopa Indian Community near Scottsdale, Arizona. It serves as the Major League Baseball spring-training facility for the Arizona Diamondbacks and the Colorado Rockies. It is conveniently located off the 101.

On your mark. Get set. GO!

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Fundraising

Although not required for event participation, the hope is that those that join the Run to Fight family through event participation and volunteering will be moved to join the fundraising efforts.

When you register, the opportunity to build a fundraising team will be presented. All​ funds will benefit the family centered programs and services of Phoenix Children’s Hospital and Children’s Cancer Network. Thank you for your support!

For assistance with fundraising or teams, contact Patti at patti.luttrell@childrenscancnernetwork.org

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Packet Pickup

PACKET PICK UP DATES:

To Be Announced…

Questions? Please contact Patti at patti.luttrell@childrenscancernetwork.org.

Parking

See the course map for parking locations on property at Salt River Fields. All parking is within walking distance of check in and the start line. Plan to arrive early to miss the crowds!

Timing and Awards

TIMING

Run to Fight Children’s Cancer is a chip timed race. Results are typically available online within one hour after the start of each race and are also displayed on monitors located at the Timing Booth on the plaza.

AWARDS

Everyone medals at Run to Fight Children’s Cancer! Finisher medals are handed out at the conclusion of both races by our wonderful volunteers. Be sure you receive yours at the finish line.

For the top three male and female finishers in each age category, special award stick pins will be available and can be picked up at the Medals Table by the timing results display. Results are posted approximately one hour after the start of each run.

The 2022 Run to Fight Medal is designed by childhood cancer survivor Jeff Luttrell. Diagnosed with cancer at the age of 5-years-old, Jeff is a 29 year survivor and a talented graphic designer.

The 2023 Run to Fight medal design will be shared soon.

Award categories include the following age ranges
11 & under30 - 3455 - 59
12 - 1535 - 3960 - 64
16 - 1940 - 4465 - 69
20 - 2445 - 4970 -74
25 - 2950 - 5475 & over