Race To Cure Sarcoma Baltimore 2020 supporting Sarcoma Foundation of America
Sarcoma Foundation of America

About Race To Cure Sarcoma Baltimore 2020

Important Update:
Race to Cure Sarcoma Baltimore Rescheduled

The Sarcoma Foundation of America (SFA) has been closely following news regarding the spread of the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, and the guidance of local, state, and federal authorities. In light of this, SFA has rescheduled May's Race to Cure Sarcoma Baltimore event.

We have already secured a new date for the event! The Inaugural Race to Cure Sarcoma Baltimore will now take place on Saturday, August 8, 2020. RTCS Baltimore will still be held at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, Baltimore, MD 21217. Please mark your calendars!

Already signed up for RTCS Baltimore? There's no need for you to do anything as your registration will carry over to the new date. Haven't signed up yet? The new date means that there's more time to sign up and raise funds for sarcoma research and awareness!

We appreciate your understanding & patience during this difficult time. Thank you for your continued support of the Race to Cure Sarcoma and the SFA.


PRE-PACKET PICKUP

TBD

Falls Road Running Store
6247 Falls Road
Baltimore, MD 21209
4PM-6PM

Date: Saturday August 8, 2020

What: 5k or 1 mile walk/run through the Maryland Zoo.  All 5k participants will be timed!

Check in: 7:00 AM begins promptly. All participants must have a wristband to enter the zoo which will be given at registration. 

Registration fee: $35.00 for registration.  Fee includes t-shirt and ENTRY TO THE MARYLAND ZOO FOR THE DAY!!!  To be guaranteed a t-shirt you must be registered by April 11, 2020

We will have a special shirt for SARCOMA SURVIVORS! Be sure to check the Sarcoma Survivor/Patient box during the registration process!

**There will be NO onsite registration available**

Please be sure to follow the FACEBOOK EVENT PAGE for updates/information!


For more information, please visit our FAQ page!

No pets will be permitted within the Zoo boundaries.  Service animals are permitted in most area of the Zoo but some restrictions apply due to collection animal welfare. 

Date

Starts at:  May 9, 2020 6:30 AM
Ends at:  May 9, 2020 11:00 AM

Location

The Maryland Zoo in Baltimore
1 Safari Place
Baltimore,MD 21217 USA

Contact

Sarcoma Foundation of America
baltimorertcs@curesarcoma.org

5K Course

5k course will be a timed event.  You may walk or run!

1 Mile Course

If you selected this course, you will not be timed!

Why Participate?

When you choose to take part in the Race to Cure Sarcoma Baltimore, you are choosing to join hundreds of others who want to make a difference for sarcoma patients and their families. Join us and the sarcoma community and be a part of the premier run/walk series in the United States focused on raising awareness and research funds for sarcoma.

Funds raised through RTCS Baltimore drives innovative sarcoma research nationally, through the Sarcoma Foundation of America, and locally through the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center.

Benefiting Partner

Fundraising through this event drives innovative research through the Sarcoma Foundation of America and the University of Maryland Marlene and Stewart Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center.

What Sets Them Apart

  • Team-oriented approach to care – Our highly-skilled, multidisciplinary team includes orthopaedic oncologists, medical oncologists, radiation oncologists, pathologists, physical medicine and rehabilitation specialists and nurse coordinators. Whether the case is straightforward or complex, our integrated team of surgical, medical and radiation oncologists work together to understand each.
  • Every case is discussed at a weekly multidisciplinary tumor conference.
  • Our orthopaedic oncologists are highly trained and specialized in provided expert care to the most complex bone and soft tissue cancer cases.
  • Surgical patients treated by our specialists are cared for by the highly-trained intensivists, anesthesiologists, nurses and therapists associated with the R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, renowned for treating musculoskeletal conditions and critically-ill patients.
  • All of our patients have access to groundbreaking clinical trials, including immunotherapy.
  • UMGCCC offers some of the most advanced technologies in radiation therapy, including proton therapy.

We couldn't do it without our sponsors!


For information about sponsoring, see our Become a Sponsor page.