The Southland Credit Union Los Alamitos Race on the Base takes place on the Los Alamitos Joint Forces Training Base. The event includes a variety of races for all ages and abilities including; Glow In The Dark Whimsical Fun Run, 10K Wheel/Handcycle, 5K Run/Walk To Remember, Reverse Triathlon, 10K Run, Jr. Reverse Triathlon, and a Virtual 5k Run/Walk To Remember.
Desert Triathlon is the unofficial kickoff to triathlon season. Heading into its 18th year, Desert Triathlon is the perfect race for both the new or beginner triathlon, and the experienced triathlete looking to shake off their winter rust. We’re situated on the calendar as the perfect warmup to several longer distance races, including the 70.3 in Oceanside
Every spring we gather together for a morning of family fun and exercise to bring awareness of CHD to the community. Join us at Rancho Cucamonga Central Park as we enjoy music, vendors, giveaways, opportunity drawings and 5K/1K Run/Walk.
The Pasadena Triathlon, Duathlon and 5k returns for the 12th year! This family friendly event is great for new triathletes (lots of first timers), intermediate athletes (looking to get faster) and experienced triathletes (looking to gauge their fitness). There is a Junior Triathlon (kids 5-10) after all the adults, so the entire family can participate.
Join us for the Enormous Elephant Run: Freestyle and show your support for elephants! Previously held in New York, the herd is on the move and will now be debuting on the West Coast March 10, 2018 in sunny Los Angeles. The run location of Griffith Park features an easy to navigate equestrian trail, through lush scenery of large trees and picturesque views that are perfectly suited for a morning 5K walk or run.
These races are structured to raise the maximum amount of funds for local nonprofits and charities while showcasing one of the most beautiful and historic cities in Southern California. A minimum of 15% of all race registration fees are slated to go directly to the nonprofits and charities that the race registrants themselves choose when they register for one of the races. No other major road race in the United States allows the racers to choose the non-profit or charity they want to support.
Join us on Saturday, March 24, 2018.
100% of the funds raised at the Race for Autism stays in San Diego to support local autism programs, services, outreach efforts, parent support and educational initiatives. THANKS to the support of people like you, NFAR has awarded over 1.5 MILLION dollars to autism community programs and to 600 classrooms throughout San Diego County.