SATURDAY, OCTOBER 4th, 2014
Join us in the largest 5k in St. Augustine, Florida on October 4th 2014! Here in the oldest city we will be celebrating our five year anniversary. Founder Cindy Chaconas diagnosed in 2009 with stage II breast cancer turned her cancer diagnosis into a cause. Now with the help of many volunteers and a supportive community, this race is a premier event in St. Augustine. Come celebrate life with survivors, family, and friends while remembering those who lost the battle against breast cancer. All race proceeds go to assist underinsured and uninsured individuals navigate the financial challenges of early breast cancer detection and to educate the public.
Adults over 14 years
Thru August 31st: $20.00
September 1st – October 3rd: $25.00
Race Day: $30.00
Children 6-14 years
Thru October 3rd: $15.00
Race Day : $30.00
Children 6 and under
Sign up at the expo on October 3rd or on race day at the Francis Field
PACKET PICK UP/EXPO
Register for race or fun run, pick up your race bib # and shirt, and visit the booths of our sponsors and vendors on
Friday, October 3rd from 3-7 PM
First coast Technical College
2980 Collins Ave, St. Augustine, FL 32084
Race expo is open to the public. On race day, registration and packet pick up will be available starting at 7 AM on Francis Field. Look for the registration flutter flag.
Race is chip timed and USA T&F Certified #FL12030EBM. Chip is imbedded in the race Bib#.
Custom-designed awards will be given to the top three finishers in each of the following male and female age groups: 6-9, 10-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-45, 46-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75-79, and 80 and over. Overall first place male and female will be awarded a prize.
The Downtown parking garage is a $10.00 flat rate for the day or with a ParkNow card the cost will be a $3.00. Parking can also be found on city streets with the appropriate signage, please follow and abide all signs and meters.
Receive a free pink tech shirt and on race day pose for a survivor picture at 7:30 AM by the Pink Heals Fire Truck.
Water Stations will be found at the 1 and 2 mile marker and at the finish line