Kids Area

Super Hero Kids Area

See all those kids in the superhero costumes? They're meeting at the Medical City Childrens' Hospital Kids Zone. Kids will meet "Zoe the Clown" and Medical City's Lion in the Zone where a balloon artist face painter will be adding to the fun. So bring the kids (young and old), wear your favorite super hero costume, and join us for fun and surprises at the MCCH's Kids Zone at this year's Sprint for Cancer.

Registration Fees

  5K 10K
By 3/27/14 $25 $35
Thru 4/24/14 $30 $40
Thru 5/1/14 $35 $45
Kids 12 & Under (No increase) $20 $20
Race Day (May 3) $40 $50

Onsite registration for all races will be available on race. Register online now at       

    Online Registration Closed

What You Get

Each person who registers will receive a Sprint for Cancer race shirt.

Packet Pickup

Tuesday, 4/29 - Thursday, 5/01 from 10 AM - 7 PM at these locations:

Run On! Coppell, 680 N. Denton Tap Rd #100
Run On! Dallas-Mockingbird, 5400 E Mockingbird Ln. #114
Run On! Richardson, 1465 West Campbell Road
Run On! Dallas-Preston/Forest, 11811 Preston Rd
Run On! Southlake, 2175 E. Southlake Blvd. #170

Date & Time TBD
NCR, 14770 Trinity Blvd, Fort Worth, TX 76155

Sprint for Cancer
5K, 10K, & Fun Run

Calling all Super Heroes. Grab your families, friends and coworkers and join us for the 5th annual Sprint for Cancer Dallas/Fort Worth race, benefiting Camp iHope sponsored by Young Texans Against Cancer.

Saturday, May 3, 2014
Urban Towers
222 W. Las Colinas Blvd
Irving, TX 75039

5K & 10K Course Maps

Schedule of Events

8:00 am Fun Run Begins
8:30 am 5K & 10KBegins
9:30 am Awards

Results & Photos

Find your results here on race day.
2014 Results
Professional Photos by Glover Sports Photography
Candid Photos



1st-3rd Overall Male & Female
1st Overall Masters Male & Female

Top 3 Male & Female finishers in the following age groups: 9 and under, 10-14, 15-19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69, 70-74, 75 & over


This year's beneficiary is Camp iHope, whose mission is to allow children touched by cancer to “just be kids.” Through the camp experience, children with cancer gain confidence in their abilities, strengthen their relationship with their siblings, and make new friends. Medical City's vision for Camp iHope is to provide children diagnosed with cancer and their siblings a week filled with new experiences in a safe, supportive, fun camping environment offering hope while creating a lifetime of memories. Read about last year's Camp iHope.

Race Partner

Partnering with us in this race is YTAC, Young Texans Against Cancer. YTAC is a non-profit organization comprised of young men and women affected directly or indirectly by cancer, who actively support the cancer community through the following efforts: Raising funds to help support research-based and small-to medium-sized organizations, increasing support for volunteer organizations, and educating the community about cancer research. Over the past four years YTAC has donated more than $668,000 to fight cancer.

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Contact Us

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Thanks to our sponsors.
For information about sponsorship contact Jodi at
To volunteer, contact Mandy Marsh at