Chris4Life Scope it Out 5K DC


Event Date

Sun, Mar 22, 2015


Washington, DC


Activity Today Later

Individual Registration 5k - Individuals

$25 $30 Closed

Individual Registration 5k - Youths 18 and under

$25 $25 Closed

Family and Team Registration - Team Captains

$25 $30 Closed

Family and Team Registration - Team Members

$25 $30 Closed

Family and Team Registration - Fundraising Only

$0 $0 Closed

About This Activity

Go to to access your fundraising and team pages.

Individual Registration - $25 through Dec 31, $30 from Jan 1 through Feb 28 and $35 from March 1 through March 19 and $40 from March 20 through Race Day
Team Registration-$25 through Dec 31, $30 from Jan 1 through Feb. 28 and $35 from March 1 through March 19 and $40 from March 20 through Race Day

Chris4Life has a no refund policy

BECOME A SPONSOR: Please email for event sponsorship information.

Colorectal cancer, otherwise known as colon cancer, is the second-leading cause of U.S. cancer deaths for men and women combined. Colorectal cancer affects people of all men and women of all ethnic backgrounds equally. Every year, nearly 150,000 people in the U.S. are diagnosed with the disease, and nearly 60,000 die. This doesn’t have to happen.

The goal of Chris4Life Colon Cancer Foundation is to eliminate the threat of colon cancer through discovery of a cure. As long as people are dying from this disease, we will be at the front lines of the fight. We will fund cutting edge research so that the brightest minds are empowered to cure colon cancer for good. Chris4Life Colon Cancer Foundation is committed to significantly improving the treatment experience for patients and caregivers, and to raise awareness about colon cancer.

Get screened. When caught early, colorectal cancer is curable 90% of the time. Many of the nearly 60,000 annual deaths from colorectal cancer can be prevented by getting a colonoscopy at 50 or earlier with a family history. A colonoscopy is a test which can be used to detect growths or polyps in the colon and rectum and remove them before they ever develop into cancer. The earlier colorectal cancer is detected, the more curable it is.


Event details and schedule

The event will start in Freedom Plaza on Pennsylvania Avenue and will include a scenic tour of popular DC sites including the National Galley, Newseum, FBI Headquarters, Ford Theater, U.S. Botanical Gardens, and the Capitol.

Strollers, baby-joggers, skates, and pets are allowed on the 5K course. The use of headphones is strongly discouraged. No refunds. To confirm your entry, please check the list of registered runners a week or so before race day. Please pick up your T-shirt on or before race day, as we cannot mail it to you

Discuss This Activity