Join us Sunday, Oct. 14, for the 2018 Race Against Cancer presented by Subway.
The Race Against Cancer is multi-event walk and run (5K, 10K or Walk in the Park) that supports Thompson Cancer Survival Center’s Cancer Outreach program. Since its inception, the race has raised more than $7 million to support cancer care in surrounding communities. Thanks to the Race Against Cancer, thousands of our region’s medically underserved citizens receive potentially life-saving cancer screenings and education each year. Through prevention, early detection and education, we are saving lives. Thank you for making a difference
Can’t make it to the race on Oct. 14 or don’t like to walk or run? Then register for the Afternoon Nap race option. You will receive a race t-shirt and raise money just like the participants attending the race.
Angelia Smith received her mammogram completely free, thanks funds raised through the Subway Race Against Cancer. Click here to read her inspiring story of survival.
- To register as an individual or a team, click here.
- For parking instructions and FAQs, click here.
- To donate, click here.
- For training guides and other helpful race day tips, click here.
- For race information and updates, click here.
Thompson Cancer Survival Center uses advanced technologies and a team approach to achieve breakthrough successes in treating many types of cancer. Thompson has facilities in downtown Knoxville, West Knoxville, Oak Ridge and Sevierville.