Join Run2Cure Local!

Saturday 5 September - Sunday 6 September

Walk, jog or run 1K, 3K, 5K or 10K to raise funds for more effective treatments for the children's cancer neuroblastoma. Take part wherever you are in the world, anytime from 5am on Saturday 5 September until 6pm on Sunday 6 September and use our event app to compare your time to other virtual runners and qualify for our wonderful prizes!

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Run2Cure Domain cancelled

Run2Cure Domain has been cancelled for 2020 due to ongoing concerns regarding COVID-19 however, if you have already registered you will receive a free entry to our 30 May 2021 event in the Domain and a free entry to our Run2Cure Local virtual event.

Visit our Run2Cure Domain update for full details

Join our Run2Cure Run Club

Get fit and have fun in the lead up to the new date of Run2Cure Neuroblastoma on Sunday, 6 September 2020.

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The times to beat in 2020

Our 2019 times: 10K Men (38:06), 10K Women (38.52), 5K Men (17.29), 5K Women (17.45) and 3K Men (10.45) and 3K Women (11.37) All race 2019 times are available through Multi Sport Australia.

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Take part and support vital research into a cure

It’s a shock to learn that children, particularly those with rare diseases like neuroblastoma, come last in the world of cancer research. Our Run2Cure Superheroes and their families have shared their stories to help raise awareness of this devastating cancer. Get to know them and find out why research is so important through their stories on our Superheroes pages.

Register in support of kids like Jazmyn

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🎽Run or walk 1k, 3k, 5k or 10k - wherever you are - in support of research into a cure for the children's cancer neuroblastoma

📅Join in anytime from 5am Saturday 5 September till 6pm Sunday 6 September

🏅Dress up and enter our photo competition

Get fit, have fun and support a great cause this September.

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Help us get a step closer to a cure - only 50% of children survive aggressive neuroblastoma

We believe that by supporting research we can change this for the better.

In this video, Doctor Toby Trahair and Professor Murray Norris AM, Deputy Director of the Children’s Cancer Institute explain the importance of research.

Learn more about our search for a cure

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Run2Cure Domain cancelled for 2020

Unfortunately due to uncertainty and recent COVID-19 outbreaks we've had to postpone Run2Cure Domain until next year. If you have registered for Run2Cure Domain please email to receive your free entry for Run2Cure Local and free entry into Run2Cure 2021 in Sydney's Domain on Sunday 30 May 2021.

We very much hope our supporters will join us in our virtual event, Run2Cure Local.

Read the full message from Neuroblastoma President Lucy Jones regarding Run2Cure Domain