Registration open for Susan G. Komen Detroit Race for the cure, in new location

DETROIT (WXYZ) - The 23rd Annual Susan G. Komen Detroit Race for the Cure has a new look this year!

The 5K race which typically begins on Woodward, in front of Comerica Park will start at Chene Park.

"We're grateful for years of support at Comerica Park," said race chairMaureen Keenan Meldrum. She went on to say, "With our community's support, we'll carry on our Komen Detroit tradition at an exciting new venue and look forward to seeing 40,000 of our closes friends on June 7."

Since it's birth in 1992, the Komen Detroit Race has raised and invested more than $25 million to support needs-based breast health programs and fund breast cancer research in Michigan and around the world.

Registration is now open for the June 7 race, the largest breast cancer event in Michigan.

Fees are as follows:

Team Registration - ONLINE

http://www.karmanoscancer.org/KomenDetroit/race.aspx

  • Youths age 6 – 17 and Seniors age 65 and older:  $15 now through May 20.
  • Adults age 18 – 64:  $25 through Feb. 7. $30 Feb. 8 – May 20.
  • Online team registration, including Sleep In for the Cure closes May 20.

Individual Registration - ONLINE  

  • Youths age 6 – 17 and Seniors age 65 and older: 
  • $15 now through Feb. 7
  • $17 Feb. 8 – June 5,
  • Adults age 18 – 64:  
  • $25 now through Feb. 7
  • $35 Feb. 8 – June 5.
  • Sleep In for the Cure registration closes May 20.
  • All other individual online registration continues through June 5.

Individual Registration – Race Day

  • Adults age 18 – 64:  $50
  • Youths age 6 – 17 and Seniors age 65 and older:  $25
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