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Twin Cities Race for the CureĀ®
Photo by Lacey Skorr
Twin Cities Race for the Cure®

We Race Here

The Race for the Cure is a jam-packed weekend of breast cancer fundraising, awareness, and prevention. Can’t make the race on Sunday morning? No problem. There are a bevy of other activities to get the whole family involved.

Race Day Schedule

6–9:30 am: Race Day Registration
Inside MOA, in the Rotunda, on the first level, east side

7–10 am: Health Expo and Race Day Refreshments
Outside, just north of MOA

7 am: Aerobic Warm-Up
Outside, in the Health Expo area, just north of MOA

7:25 am: 5K Wheelchair Race

7:30 am: 5K Run

9 am: 5K Walk

9:30 am: 1K Walk
Inside MOA, on the second level (near Sears)

11 am: Survivor Celebration and Photo
Inside MOA, in the Rotunda, on the first level, east side

Bring the Kids

Everyone’s a winner in the Kids for the Cure Fun Run, which is scheduled to take place outside, just north of MOA, at its new time of 11 am on May 11. For a registration fee of $17, children ages 1 through 12 will receive a T-shirt and goodie bag. They can also participate in any of the Sunday events at no additional cost.

Eat for the Cure

Carb-load the night before. Stop by the Great Room in MOA’s Nickelodeon Universe from 5:30-8 pm on May 11 for a pre-race dinner, hosted and donated by CRAVE Restaurant. $6 for kids, $12 for adults.


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