MAY 30, 2020

Columbus 5K Run & 1M Walk

Columbus, OH
May 30, 2020
Registration Open
Registration Deadline
May 29, 2020
About this Event

We are delighted to host the 4th Annual Muscles for Myeloma 5K and 1 Mile Walk in Columbus, Ohio - honoring the Move MMORE Legacy. MMORE created a well-loved event at beautiful Wolfe Park in support of multiple myeloma research. We are grateful for the opportunity to continue this race and the funding of critical myeloma research at this year's event.


We look forward to having you join us to build Muscles for Myeloma in 2020. Race proceeds will be donated to The Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center – Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute (OSUCCC – James) for myeloma research and the Myeloma Crowd Research Initiative.

Key Information

Place: Wolfe Park, 105 Park Drive, Columbus OH

Time: Registration opens at 7:45 AM in the Wolfe Park Shelterhouse.

Parking: Near and around Wolfe Park, and at St. Charles School adjacent to the park.

Registration: Remember, runners are welcome to register online up until 8:00 PM on Friday, May 29. If you miss the online registration deadline, you can register the morning of the race at Wolfe Park Shelterhouse.

Race Start Times

Because the event has become so popular, we have split the 5K and 1M run/walk into different start times.

5K Run - 8:30 AM

1M Walk - 9:00 AM

Packet Pickup


Race  shirts, bibs, and myeloma survivors gifts can be picked up from Graeter's Ice Cream Parlor - 1534 West Lane Ave., Columbus OH 43221 at the following times:

Thursday, May 28

11:30 AM - 6:00 PM

Friday, May 29

11:30 AM - 6:00 PM

If you are unable to make it to packet pickup, you can pick you items up the morning of the race at the Wolfe Park Shelterhouse.



Thank you to our sponsors!


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