Think Pink Europe: together we Race for the Cure

The Race for the Cure® is the world's biggest walking and running event in the fight against breast cancer. Over 30 years ago, Nancy G. Brinker promised her sister Susan to end the disease that had cost her life: breast cancer. In 1982, she founded Susan G. Komen for the Cure and managed to host the first edition of the Race for the Cure® in Dallas in 1983. An unexpected success, as there now are over 150 Races all over the world with about 1 million participants.

Uniting survivors and their entourage

Every Race for the Cure® unites people who have been affected by breast cancer along with their family, friends and sympathisers. During the Race for the Cure®, everyone who has or had breast cancer celebrates life. Participants show their support for their loved ones who have been stricken by the most common cancer in women, and together they commemorate those who are no longer with us.

The Race for the Cure: Pink power

Worldwide, the Race for the Cure® stands for the same impressive image: people affected by breast cancer in a pink T-shirt, surrounded by their supportive entourage in a white T-shirt.

One Day, One Race

Women affected by breast cancer are at the heart of the Race for the Cure®. It's a strong sign of support. To enhance this heart-warming message, we will be hosting all European Races for the Cure - and similar events - on one same day from 2019 on. "One day, One Race" symbolises solidarity all across the continent. Are you interested into joining us on 29 September 2019?

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