Sunday March 17th, 2019
Distance: Half Marathon · 10K · 5K · 1k kids run
This race has that feel-good-vibe dialed in! If you’re a serious athlete, training for your first race, running for fun, or walking with your friends and family – this race is for you! What sets this event apart from the rest is how you feel when you cross the finish line. RACE FEATURES – Beautiful PR-Ready Course – Great Views & Serene Run Along Trails – Half Marathon Race Jacket with Reg – Tech Tee for Half Marathoners & Premium Shirt for 5K/10K participants – Awesome Finishers Medals – Finisher Pint Glass Awards – Fundraising Incentives for Individuals & Teams – Easy, Convenient and FREE Parking – Spectacular Finish Line Expo & Kids Zone – Special Birthday Festivities for our 20th Year! Help kids fight cancer. Register today and dedicate your miles to pediatric cancer research! Are you in?
The Pediatric Cancer Research Foundation is pleased to announce our 20th Anniversary Reaching for the Cure Half Marathon, 10K, 5K, Kids Run will take place on Sunday, March 25, 2018 at Irvine Valley College. Together we will celebrate 20 years of life-saving research dollars raised at this event in honor of pediatric cancer warriors, patients, and survivors everywhere.
Last year over 34,967 miles were dedicated to pediatric cancer research thanks to the 5,000 runners, walkers, fundraisers, sponsors, vendors and volunteers that came out from all over Southern California in an effort to Reach for the Cure!
|Male||01:14:36||Juan Morales||23||Huntington Beach, CA|
|2nd Male||01:21:45||Ryan Kelly||25||Irvine CA|
|3rd Male||01:23:27||Josue Diaz||29||Pacoima,CA|
|4th Male||01:24:52||Alfonza Willis||23||Oceanside,CA|
|2nd Female||01:25:45||Gisele Schaaf||29||Lakewood,CA|
|3rd Female||01:28:20||Natasha Gunaratne||20||Tustin,CA|
|4th Female||01:30:02||Sarah Diehl||26||Laguna Niguel, CA|
The annual Reaching for the Cure Half Marathon, 10K, 5K, and Kids Run takes place at Irvine Valley College. Reaching for the Cure celebrates years of life-saving research dollars raised at this event in honor of pediatric cancer warriors, patients, and survivors everywhere. Race Day Activities include packet pickup, race announcements, finisher medals, awards ceremony, exhibitors, food and musical entertainment; PCRF’s famous Kids Zone features petting zoo, bounce houses, obstacle courses, video trucks, face painting, attractions and more.
Runners in the Reaching for the Cure Run & Ride Half Marathon will follow an out-and-back route that takes them along a combination of city streets and tree-lined trails, including stretches past Oak Creek, Windrow and Woodbridge Community Parks as well as William Mason Regional Park. The race starts and finishes near the campuses of Kaplan International College and Irvine Valley College, just off Jeffrey Road.