When: Saturday, June 20, 2020
Where: Fort Douglas Field at the University of Utah
Run Options: Kids' Fun K, 5K, and 10K Trail
Ride Options: Distances include 25, 50, 75, 100, or the Huntsman 140 as an individual or as part of a relay team.
100% of funds raised support cancer research at Huntsman Cancer Institute
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RUN, RIDE, SUPPORT CANCER RESEARCH
Our mantra is “Cancer moves fast and WE have to move faster.” The Huntsman Sports Festival is more than just a fun event, it’s an incredible cancer fighting community of runners, walkers, cyclists, and volunteers who help us move faster by supporting cancer research at Huntsman Cancer Institute.
In 2017, Huntsman Cancer Foundation combined the iconic Huntsman Ride (formerly the Huntsman 140) with the community-centered Huntsman Run that includes a 5K, 10K Trail and Kid’s Fun K to create a single-day event, making the Huntsman Sports Festival the perfect way for anyone join us in our mission to eradicate cancer.
Everyone starts and ends at the beautiful Fort Douglas area of the University of Utah campus, and cheers ring out across Fort Douglas Field as the wheels and feet of friends and family cross the finish line. Celebrate your achievement with everyone at the Finish Line Festival with food, drinks, live music, giveaways from sponsors, games, and a kid’s zone play area.
Participants can invite their friends and families to participate with them and to donate to their personal fundraising webpage. 100% of funds raised support cancer research at Huntsman Cancer Institute.
Course Maps Register to Run
The Huntsman Run is your choice of a 5K, 10K Trail Run or a Kids Fun K. This family-friendly event is a fun run for cancer and has raised over $1.2 million since beginning in 2014. Whether you choose to hit the pavement or the trails, you will receive a t-shirt at check-in, and participants have the opportunity to raise money to receive other incentives at the event.
2020 Ride Guide Register to Ride
The Huntsman Ride is an epic ride through some of Utah’s most beautiful valley's and scenery. This road cycling event is a non-competitive, single day, fully supported ride, with multiple distance options that make it the ideal ride for both the beginner and seasoned cyclist. Distance options include 25, 50, 75, 100, and the Huntsman 140 distance either as an individual or on a relay team. All courses are out-and-back, and start and end at Fort Douglas at the University of Utah.
Why Support Huntsman Cancer Institute
With management of the Utah Population Database (UPDB), Huntsman Cancer Institute houses the world’s largest repository of health and genealogic records in the world. More genetic mutations responsible for inherited forms of cancer have been discovered at Huntsman Cancer Institute than anywhere else in the world. The genes for breast, ovarian, melanoma, head and neck cancer, colon cancer, and more, were all discovered here.
By funding efforts to better understand the beginnings of cancer and more effectively treat cancer, you help relieve suffering and improve the quality of life for cancer patients, survivors, and their families. Cancer patients, caregivers, and donors are encouraged to come together in a myriad of ways to fight cancer individually and collectively through fundraising programs and events like the Huntsman Sports Festival.