How far will you go for the 45 children diagnosed with cancer each day?

Beginning on January 15, 2021, join families, friends, and athletes of all levels from across the country for a 30-day fitness challenge where every step brings us closer to childhood cancer cures. We'll provide fun and inspiration throughout the month and celebrate your accomplishments at our virtual finish line on February 15! All participants will receive a stocking hat and medal and have the opportunity to win additional prizes along the way.

Winter Challenge Details

Honor the 45 children diagnosed with cancer each day by completing the distance that's right for you: 4.5 miles, 45 miles, or even 450 miles! You can run, walk, ski, snowshoe, or jump on your favorite cardio machine - any method of logging miles works! The challenge begins with our virtual kickoff party on January 14.

Who Can Participate

Our Winter Challenge offers something for everyone! Already an athlete? Challenge yourself to be the fastest finisher or log the most "extra miles for cures!" Missing your workout crew? Invite your running buddies, hiking club, extended family or high school track team to complete the miles together virtually. Want to get the kids moving? Take on this challenge as a family to stay active and give back together!


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Top Challengers Top Challengers

  1 -  $2,000 Level Kari Yost ($2,305.00)
  2 -  $1,000 Level Irving Gonzalez ($2,045.00)
  3 -  $1,000 Level Kathy Wolff ($1,600.00)
  4 -  $1,000 Level Joann Richards ($1,420.00)
  5 -  $1,000 Level R. David Kupiec ($1,230.00)
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  1 -  Fordham Brothers ($3,975.00)
  2 -  Team Nolan Yost ($3,475.00)
  3 -  Graham's Magic ($3,060.00)
  4 -  Team Decorah Strong ($2,485.00)
  5 -  Ultimate Hikers, Alumni, and Friends Team ($2,070.00)
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Changing the Odds

Leaders from across the pediatric cancer ecosystem explain the critical need for new childhood cancer treatments, and how CureSearch is changing the odds for the 45 children diagnosed each day.