Skateboards and Sunsets 5K and Fun Run
Saturday, October 22, 2022Time: 8:00 am CDT
5025 David Edwards Drive
San Antonio, Texas 78233
About

This October, help make a difference in the lives of pediatric patients (and their families) battling cancer and other life-threatening illnesses by participating in the Skateboards & Sunsets 5k and Fun Run in San Antonio, Texas! Let's have some fun!  Runners have the option to run in costume and compete in a costume contest after the run for prizes!  

We are asking everyone to bring a costume or a few to donate to the pediatric patients at University Hospital in San Antonio Texas. All ages are needed from birth to 25.

RAIN OR SHINE * No Refunds, no exchanges.

Race Day Schedule

07:00 AM - Late registration and packet pickup
08:00 AM - 5K Run/Walk
08:00 AM - Fun Run

Entry Fees

5K Run/Walk$30.00from Aug 02, 2022 until Sep 15, 2022
$40.00from Sep 16, 2022 until Oct 01, 2022
$45.00from Oct 02, 2022 until Oct 21, 2022
   
Fun Run$25.00from Aug 02, 2022 until Sep 15, 2022
$30.00from Sep 16, 2022 until Oct 01, 2022
$40.00from Oct 02, 2022 until Oct 21, 2022

Entry Fee DOES NOT include a shirt.  Shirts are available for an extra $10.00.

Award Categories

5K Run/Walk
Top 3 Male/Female in age groups:
     1-12, 13-18, 19-35, 36-50, 51-70, 71-99
 
Fun Run
No age group awards

Top 3 Costume Contest 1-12, 13-18, Adult Male, Adult Female

Packet Pickup

Early Packet Pick Up and Walk Up Registration
Night before the Race – Location TBD - 5:30 - 7:00 PM

Race Day Pickup and Walk Up Registration
1 Hour Before Race Start Time – Near Start/Finish, Look for Signs

Additional Info
Why Skateboards & Sunsets?
Stay Strong Foundation, Inc was founded by 19 year old Cancer Warrior, Noah Adams. At the age of 17, in the midst of the COVID pandemic, Noah taught himself how to skateboard to get some fresh air each day. He loves sunsets so he would skateboard every evening around that time to see our beautiful Texas sunsets. On a few of those adventures, Noah fell and hurt himself. After a couple trips to different doctors to try to diagnose his injury it was discovered Noah was suffering from a rare bone cancer, Ewing Sarcoma. This was the beginning of 10 months of inpatient chemo every 2 weeks and a surgery to remove the tumor that would make Noah an amputee. (see video) Throughout his journey, Noah never let cancer win. This young man has been an inspiration to all he meets and now is helping make a difference in others through his non-profit, Stay Strong Foundation, Inc.
 

Contact Info
Facebook

https://www.facebook.com/StayStrongFoundationInc

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