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Registration Information

  • Hoyle_Seth_Komen_015Avoid the long lines, register online by September 20 at 5:00 p.m. and receive FREE shipping of your T-shirt/bib…including team members!  Registrations after September 20 will pick up their Race packets on Race weekend at the Pepsi Center (see more info below).

    Registration Fees:

    • 7:00 a.m. Competitive Run ⋅ $40 (one fee for all age groups)
    • Adult ⋅ $35
    • Seniors 65 & over ⋅ $25
    • Youth 11-21 ⋅ $25
    • Children 4-10 ⋅ $15
    • Kids for the Cure 3 & under…FREE registration, no Race T-shirt, will receive “Kids” bib
    • Sleep In for the Cure ⋅ $25 (all ages)
    • Doctors for the Cure ⋅ $100

     

    How to Register – REGISTRATION IS CLOSED

    • Register online using the buttons below to register as an individual, start a team or join a team. Online registration will close Saturday, September 28th at 5:00 p.m.

     

     

    • Register in person at a walk-in location beginning September 13.  View the walk-in locations/dates/times.
    • Pepsi Center registration and packet pickup on Race weekend:
      Saturday, September 28 Pepsi Center west parking lots (enter at 7th & Auraria) from 10:00 to 3 p.m. Bring your registration confirmation to pick up your Race packet or fill out a registration form.
      Sunday, September 29 Registration Tent (east parking lot closest to Speer Blvd.) 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Bring your registration confirmation to pick up your Race packet or fill out a registration form.

    There will be a $5.00 increase in the registration fee on Race weekend, Saturday and Sunday.

    Please note: You must be registered to participate in this event. Participant bibs must be worn on Race day to obtain entry to the Race course and grounds. No refunds will be issued on registrations. This event will occur rain or shine. 

  • Registration Walk-In sites will open on Friday, September 13 and close on Friday, September 27 at 12 noon, with the exception of Runner’s Roost on Colorado Blvd. which will remain open Friday, September 27 until close of business and Saturday, September 28th , until 12 noon.

    Northwest Sportline
    6543 Wadsworth Blvd.
    Arvada
    303-421-6751

    Southwest Boulder Running Company
    8116 W Bowles Ave
    Littleton
    303-932-6000

    Central Runner’s Roost 
    1685 S. Colorado Blvd.
    Denver
    303-759-8455

    East Runner’s Roost
    6554 S. Parker Rd (Parker & Arapahoe)
    Aurora
    303-766-3411
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  • Hoyle_Seth_Komen_030If you are part of our very special medical community, you can distinguish your registration by selecting “Doctors for the Cure” when you register online—you will be sending a strong message of support to all local breast cancer patients with a commitment to cure this disease.

    Call 303.242.3100 x301 for more information.

    Download a Doctors for the Cure flyer to pass on to your colleagues and friends.

    Benefits include:

    • Receive a Race T-shirt and bib with your Race registration
    • Photo opportunity prior to Survivor Celebration Ceremony
    • Participation in our Survivor Celebration Ceremony
    • Parking pass on Race grounds (first 100 who register)
    • Join us in the Survivor Village for a hot breakfast Race morning (6-8:30 am)
    • Opportunity to put your information at the Doctors for the Cure® booth
    • Opportunity to request one complimentary Race registration for a current patient
    • Reserved seating at the 10:15 am ceremony honoring our breast cancer Survivors
    • Your name listed on our Doctors for the Cure® web page as an active participant with link to your practice

    Thank you to the following individuals for registering in this year’s Doctors for the Cure® program!

    • Lora Barke – www.riainvision.com
    • Holly Batal
    • Matt Claussen
    • Karen Davis
    • Christophe Dunkin
    • Mary Egan
    • Deborah Fromm
    • Deborah Green
    • Andrea Jazbec Lake
    • Rhonda Jackson
    • Kshama Jaiswal
    • Angela King
    • Lilly Klancar
    • Cyndy McAdam
    • Leslie Moldauer
    • Denise Norton
    • Jill Pechacek
    • John Randono
    • Jerome Schroeder
    • Scot Sedlacek
    • Tiffany Turner – www.nursenextdoor.com
    • Stef Varga
    • Cassie Workman
  • photo_sleep_in_promoCan’t make it to the Race? You can sleep your way to finding a cure! Register for the Race as an individual or team member, get a special T-shirt, and stay home. So, if you will be out of town on Race Day, have a night job or just like to sleep in on Sunday mornings, we encourage you to snooze your way to finding a cure by signing up for Sleep In for the Cure.

    The registration fee of $25 is applicable to all age groups.  Sleep In for the Cure participants will get their shirts mailed to them with their online registration up until October 15. The Sleep In for the Cure T-shirt does not come in a child size or long sleeve option.

    Sponsored by:Sponsored by MattressFIRM

    Register online and Sleep In on September 29, 2013!

    • What is My Race Center?

      My Race Center is your access to the website as a registered participant. From My Race Center, you can create your personal pledge page, check your fundraising progress, and send e-mails to friends to help reach your fundraising goal.
    • What is a Personal Page?

      A Personal Page is a tool to let you share your interest in the Race with your friends and family. You can use it to let people know you are participating, ask them to join you, and ask them to sponsor you by making a donation. When you register for the Race, a Personal Page is created for you from a template. You can personalize it to tell your story and show your pictures. You can share your Personal Page by using our website to send E-mails with a link to your Personal Page.
    • Is there a Team Page?

      Yes, there is a Team Page. A team captain can create both a Personal Page and they can create a Team Page with a team picture and messages by clicking on Team Progress in the Race Center. You can also personalize your Team Page!
    • Does it matter who gets which bib?

      No, it doesn’t matter, unless they registered as a Competitive Runner (online only). Every participant needs a bib. Bibs represent that you have registered and are entered to participate. Bibs are not assigned to specific individuals participating in the 5K Run, Walk and Family events.
    • Can I register and not have to be at the race?

      Yes. You can Sleep In for the Cure.
    • Can I register an additional person?

      You can use the “shopping cart” feature at the end of your registration to register additional “family members” (or friends).  If you are re-entering the site after your registration to register others, you must be “logged out” to do so.
    • Changing my personal information

      It is advised that you look closely at your registration confirmation to make sure your T-shirt size and address is correct.  Respond immediately if you find any errors.  This includes secondary registrations that may not have accepted a change of address with the primary registration.
    • Are shirt sizes guaranteed?

      Race shirts arrive at the end of August and are shipped out based on registration time/date.  To guarantee your size, you must register early.  As we get closer to the Race date, shirt sizes are not guaranteed, we will ship the next largest size available once quantities become limited. Should we run out of shirts, you will receive a shirt coupon on Race day which may be redeemed for a shirt at a local walk in location beginning 30 day post-Race.