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Sunday, July 22, 2012

Marsha Rivkin Seattle SummeRun and Walk for Ovarian Cancer by Swedish

Race Details for Swedish SummeRun

The mission of the Marsha Rivkin Center is to save lives and reduce suffering through improved treatment, early detection and prevention of ovarian cancer.Join us in our resolute effort against ovarian cancer. We fund the best scientists, develop the brightest minds, and encourage the strongest research partnerships.

Date: Sunday July 22, 2012
Distance: 5k Run & 5k Walk
Day of Event Timeline:
  • Registration begins at the corner of Marion & Minor 6:30 a.m
  • Aerobics warm up 7:45 a.m.
  • 5k Run/Walk 8:15 a.m.
  • Surviving Ovarian Cancer Tribute/ Awards Ceremony 9:30 a.m.
Location: All running and walking events will start and finish at the corner of Madison and Minor - Download driving directions (pdf) or check your bus options using the Metro Transit Trip Planner.

Registration: $30 per person (through July 18), $35 per person day-of-race. Cash, check, and credit card accepted.
   Register online: Whether your choose to run or walk the 5k, select the appropriate registration option on the SummeRun homepage. On-line registration available until 5pm on Wednesday July 18, 2012.
   Register by mail: Please download the registration form (pdf) and return with payment to: Swedish Medical Center Foundation, Attn: SummeRun, PO Box 3976, Seattle, WA 98124-3976. Mail-in registrations must be received by July 13, 2012.
    In-person registration:  You may register in person from June 20, 2012 until 5 pm on July 17, 2012 at the following locations:  
  • Super Jock 'n Jill (Greenlake) 206.522.7711 
  • Foot Zone (Bellevue) 425.462.7463 
  • Rivkin Center (Swedish Medical Center/First Hill) 206.215.6200

Parking: Free until 1 pm for all participants at the following location: 1101 Madison St. garage (enter on Marion via Boren). Please carpool when possible and allow extra time to enter and exit the parking garage.

Festivities & Awards: After the run/walk, you are invited to stay and enjoy refreshments, live music, an award ceremony for top finishers, and a tribute to ovarian cancer survivors.

Have questions? See our Frequently-Asked-Questionspage!


  1. Missed you, dear, and took you with us in spirit. It was amazing how many people are effected by this disease; the teams were many and large. Next year you'll be with us being honored as a survivor!

  2. Hi Jan,
    I was proud to be there in spirit and plan to be there for real next year. You are wonder woman as are the many others who participated in this very important event.

    Hugs sista!


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