The 22nd annual Solar Turbines 5K run will take place on the corner of Harbor Drive and Ash St. and finishes in Ruocco Park. Athletes will run past 100,000 spectators. Runners, families and spectators can watch the remainder of the parade that features colorful floats, bands and huge inflatable characters. Awards are three deep in all divisions.
The race begins at the corner of Harbor Dr. & Ash St. and heads south on Harbor Drive to 8th St., behind the San Diego Convention Center. It continues north along the marina walkway making a loop through Embarcadero Park N., finishing on the walkway just past G Street in time to catch the first band and balloons as they parade by.
Race Day: Sunday, January 6, 2019
Festival Hours/Packet Pick Up/ Late Registration: 3pm-10pm
5k Start Time: 5pm
10k Start Time: 6:30pm
Grand Park, Downtown Los Angeles
200 N. Spring St
Los Angeles, CA 90012
Join us for the 12th Annual San Diego Resolution Run 5K/10K/HALF on Sunday, January 13, 2019. Whether this is your first race or you’re a trained professional, the Resolution Run on Mission Bay has got something for you. Plus our post-race wellness village has tons of freebies and services to help make 2019 be your best year yet! Visit our official website for the most up-to-date information.
Our biggest fundraiser of the year is celebrating its 10th anniversary on February 9, 2019. The Timberwolf 5K, sponsored by Mike Dunn, Platinum Property Realty, brings the Northwood community together in support of over 1,100 athletes and their 25 teams. Join us for the pancake breakfast, immediately following the race.
Run through some of San Diego’s most beautiful beaches, bays and resorts, with this fast, flat and scenic half marathon, 5k and 10k. Stick around because the party continues at the finish line with live music, a beer garden (your first 12 ounce beer is on us!), snacks, photo opportunities, and much more.
BE A SUPERHERO FOR THOSE WITH AUTISM!
Join us on Saturday, March 24, 2018.
100% of the funds raised at the Race for Autism stays in San Diego to support local autism programs, services, outreach efforts, parent support and educational initiatives. THANKS to the support of people like you, NFAR has awarded over 1.5 MILLION dollars to autism community programs and to 600 classrooms throughout San Diego County.