Q: If I can’t make it to either packet pick-up before the race, is there another way for me to get my packet early?
A: Packets must be picked up at a designated packet pick-up prior to race day. You may also arrive at least 30 minutes prior to your race start on race day to claim your packet at the designated packet pick-up area.
Q: Can I pick up my family or friend’s packet?
A: In order to pick up for another runner, please bring their printed registration receipt.
Q: Can we bring pets (i.e. dogs) to the race?
A: Due to campus compliance issues, no pets are allowed at the event. Exceptions are made for guide dogs.
Q: How will I know how I did in my race or if I placed in my race?
A: Results are typically available within one hour after the start of each race and will be displayed on TV monitors in front of the GCU Arena. A link to the race results will be available online at runtofightcancer.com.
Q: Is there an age limit to participate in the race? Do young children need to register?
A: This event is open to all ages. Children 4 years old or younger are free and do not require registration. Runner tech shirts are available to registered participants only.
Q: Can I run with my stroller?
A: Strollers are allowed in the 5K and Cancer Survivors Walk. No strollers will be allowed in the 10K race.
Q: Will there be water and refreshments available at the race?
A: Yes, water will be provided at the finish line, as well as along the route. Refreshments for runners and walkers will be provided after the 10K and 5K.
Q: I can’t make it to the run anymore. Can I transfer my registration to someone else or get a refund?
A: Participant registrations cannot be transferred and no refunds are provided, as all proceeds go directly to benefiting charities.