On 25, 26 and 27 September 2020, the eve of October Breast Cancer Awareness Month, we join ten thousands of people at the same moment, to show solidarity in the fight against breast cancer.
You can register online until Sunday 27 September.
You are invited to register and make a voluntary donation to the breast cancer charity of the country where you are participating. (some charities will ask for a minimum amount)
Upon receipt of your payment you will receive a confirmation email. In case you don't receive it, please check your spam.
Use your registration mail to edit your team page. Check if you ticked the box ‘I want my team visible on the Race for the Cure website’.
The team captain is the person who makes the initial team registration. This person will receive a confirmation mail with a unique team code. This code is the key to making changes to the team page (adding participants, changing information). The team captain can share the code with other team managers.
Yes, but only with the consent of the team captain. He can give you the team code or you click on ‘Request team code’. The team captain will get a message and can decide to share the unique team code with you.
Yes you can, that means that you will be your own team captain. The idea is of course to make connections and make your team as big you can. If you register individually you are still a team (of 1), so you can always invite friends to join your team later.
You are more than welcome to! Click on the team page. There you will find the sponsor button to support the team and make a donation of your choice. Your donation will be visible on the team page if you indicate "I want my sponsorship visible on the team page".
On the team page you can click the ‘join this team’ button. This will bring you in contact with the team captain who can give you access to join in, or you can join immediatly if you know the team code of the team.
Click on the ‘invite friends to sponsor/join’ button. You can send a mail to maximum 50 friends you want to invite. You will need the team code for this.
Share your enthusiasm, make it fun, create a buzz: when training with your friends, family or colleagues, make pictures or shoot a smartphone video, share your team activities on Facebook, Instagram or TikTok using the hashtag #RFTC2020.
A team has the option to dedicate a ‘thank you’ award to a special friend, healthcare worker, volunteer, support group... This contact will be shown on the team page and will receive a thank you email with the team Victory medal.
Every participant gets a unique race number. You can add a personal message to the jersey number (bib) (message per person) and download the design to make a print. Pin the number on your shirt for your Race for the Cure.
You cannot contact us directly because we possibly don't speak your language. We ask you to check the FAQ thorougly and contact your local charity if you have unanswered questions. You can find a link to the website or facebook page of your local charity on the Charities page.
Learn how to be part of Race for the Cure 2020. Learn how to register a team, add participants, find sponsors and create a pink online buzz.
Race for the Cure® is Europe’s biggest sporting event for women’s health. It helps breast cancer organisations and hospitals to collect funds and raise awareness.
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