When: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Where: Campbell Park, Campbell
Net proceeds will be used to support ovarian cancer research through Stanford and the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund Alliance, as well as local organizations that provide support services for women with ovarian cancer and their families, such as Cancer CAREpoint in San Jose and Bay Area Cancer Connections in Palo Alto.
- 7:30 am Packet pick-up and pre-race registration opens
- 8:30 am Pre-race registration closes
- 8:30 am Opening ceremony
- 9:00 am Start of Race/Walk
- 10:15 am Awards ceremony
- 11:30 am Event concludes
The start and finish will take place in the main area of the park by the basketball courts.
Cost to Register:
$45 Adult Registration before 9/27/18; $50 thereafter
$25 Youth Registration (between the ages of 12 and 17, inclusive)
$15 Child Registration (between the ages of 4 and 11, inclusive)
$30 Virtual Participant Registration
Pre-Race Packet Pick-up:
Packet pick-up will be available at at the Campbell store located in The Pruneyard Shopping Center (1875 S. Bascom Avenue) from 4-7 pm on Friday, September 28th. The store will offer a 20% discount on merchandise purchased by any individual picking up their race packet during this time.
On-street parking is limited, but parking is available at The Pruneyard Shopping Center and at the parking garage at S. 1st Street and Rincon Ave. (next to the Water Tower). You may also take the Mountain View-Campbell VTA light rail line to the Downtown Campbell station (near Orchard City Drive and Gilman Avenue).
Awards will be given to the top three men and women finishers. Timing services will be provided by SVETiming with instant posting of each participant's time and finish.
Our MC this year will be Lissa Kreisler, formerly of K-BAY
Special appearance by SJ Sharkie
Free photo booth to create instant memories of the event
Free prize drawing, including gifts from local merchants (must be present to win)
Facepainting and balloon art
Teal Tent, with information about ovarian cancer and support services