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We run to help families navigate through their child's journey with cancer.


 CCR Congratulates Richard Nares on the completion of his 1,700 mile Heart & Sole Run for Emilio! We are honored to help bring awareness to the Emilio Nares Foundation and the programs they provide to help families navigate a childhood cancer diagnosis.

CCR Congratulates Richard Nares on the completion of his 1,700 mile Heart & Sole Run for Emilio! We are honored to help bring awareness to the Emilio Nares Foundation and the programs they provide to help families navigate a childhood cancer diagnosis.

It's Not Too Late To Make A Different This Fall!

Be #CheetahStrong and join us for our 4th year of raising money on behalf of the

emilio nares foundation

Pick your beach this season for two great featured events! CCR is proud to featured the Maui Marathon on October 14th, which also includes half marathon and 10K options and the Malibu Half Marathon on November 4th. What better way to celebrate California's beach culture then running along the Malibu coast? No time for travel? Already have a fall race on your calendar? Join us for DIY (Do It Yourself) event. You provide the race, we provide the training!


Upcoming events

 

session: UCSD (Pangea Parking structure)- saturday, september 19th at 7am

DIRECTIONS: Take Interstate 5 to the Genesee exit. Go west off the Freeway. Turn left onto North Torrey Pines Road. Continue until you hit Pangea Dr. A left on Pangea Dr. takes you onto the UCSD Campus. The Pangea Parking Structure will be on your left. We will meet outside the parking structure on the east side.


BIG NEWS! CCR is excited to announce that The Emilio Nares Foundation is an official 2018 Thinksocial Partner with Thinkbaby.Thinksport

When you shop online at shop.gothinkbaby.com, be sure to select the Emilio Nares Foundation from the dropdown menu at checkout and a portion of your sale will go help children battling cancer in San Diego. 


 Meet Bianca, CCR's Patient Ambassador!

Meet Bianca, CCR's Patient Ambassador!

Meet Bianca!

CCR is pleased to introduce our Patient Ambassador Bianca Rollbusch! Diagnosed with Acute Lymphblastic Leukemia (ALL) in April of 2008, Bianca underwent two years of chemotherapy treatments. Through it all, doctors were impressed by her endurance and courage.

With her long days of treatment behind her, Bianca has become an avid runner, joining her school's cross country team and going on early morning runs with her dad. She already has an impressive and growing collection of 5K medals.

We are pleased that Bianca and her dad will be joining us for our fall season and training for her first half marathon.  Bianca had a fantastic run at the Rock n Roll San Diego Half Marathon. She will completed the second leg of the Half Marathon Relay and the Cheetahs were honored to cross the finished with her.

Welcome to the Cheetahs Bianca!


 

Congratulations Cheetahs! Voted "Best Charity Running Group" and Emilio Nares Foundation voted "Best Charity to Fundraise For" in the Pacific West Region!


Learn more about CCR and ENF by watching our video!

Contact CCRRunInfo@gmail.com to find out more information and where the Cheetah's are meeting next.

Train for amazing destination races with professional coaches and help support the Emilio Nares Foundation.


Cheetah Charity Runners’ mission is to empower others to positively enhance their lives though running and racing in a fun and supportive atmosphere while raising important funds to help children battling cancer. We proudly support the Emilio Nares Foundation and together our Team will ensure that no child ever misses their cancer treatment due to lack of transportation.


 The Pack was recently spotlighted on Channel 8 News.

The Pack was recently spotlighted on Channel 8 News.

 

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