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Help cure cancer faster with Obliteride

Virtual event unites people of all ages, abilities, and fitness levels
Credit: Fred Hutch Obliteride

SEATTLE — Fred Hutch Obliteride has once again gone virtual for their ninth annual 2021 summer fundraiser. The annual bike ride and 5K run/ride/walk event has replaced their in-person weekend with a virtual event so that everyone can move, have fun and take action – all from a safe distance. Fred Hutch Obliteride is a community event that unites people of all ages, abilities, and fitness levels to have fun, honor loved ones, and raise critical funding for cancer research.

Credit: Fred Hutch Obliteride

Obliteriders can choose to complete any activity by August 14 – biking, running, walking, hiking, kayaking, or any other activity that gets them moving – and register online to raise funds. Obliteride will implement challenges, online events and incentives to keep participants engaged.

Anyone in the world to participate, giving the event a global reach. The registration fee is only $35, with no fundraising requirements.

Credit: Fred Hutch Obliteride

In 2020, the virtual event attracted a record 3,197 participants from seven continents and 50 U.S. states, and raised more than $3 million for cancer and COVID-19 research. The event has raised more than $32 million since 2013. KING 5 is a proud sponsor of Obliteride.

Visit their website to learn more about Obliteride and how you can get involved.