01 Feb 2020
Sat 01 February, 2020
To :
Sat 29 February, 2020

United States, Canada, United Kingdom
2020 events in United States
During the weeks around
14 Jan 2020 - 06 Mar 2020 Several
We will be having our 3rd
01 Feb 2020 - 29 Feb 2020
Join us for the 5th annual
01 Feb 2020 - 29 Feb 2020
Broad Institute is proud
03 Feb 2020 - 30 Mar 2020 Cambridge
The Rare Disease Family
04 Feb 2020 Paterson, NJ
Little Zebra Fund is a
15 Feb 2020 - 29 Feb 2020 Nationwide
You’re invited! Join us
21 Feb 2020
ObjectivesTheme "Re-think,
21 Feb 2020
Join the Rare and Undiagnosed
22 Feb 2020 Charlotte, NC
Join us for the 3rd annual
22 Feb 2020 Birmingham
SEE RARE RUN is hosting
23 Feb 2020 - 29 Feb 2020
For International Rare
24 Feb 2020 - 29 Feb 2020 Boston
Stop by the Yale New Haven
26 Feb 2020 New Haven
The NYC Police Department
27 Feb 2020 New York City, NY
The division of genetics
27 Feb 2020 New York City
The Phoenix Southwest Patient
27 Feb 2020 - 29 Feb 2020 Gilbert, Phoenix
We will have a table set
27 Feb 2020 Pittsburgh
We will have refreshments
27 Feb 2020 Frankfort
Since 2015, the Frank H.
28 Feb 2020 North Haven, CT
The UNC Catalyst for Rare
28 Feb 2020 Chapel Hill
Marking International Rare
28 Feb 2020 Cambridge
Each year, NCATS and the
28 Feb 2020 Bethesda
28 Feb 2020 Austin
Join us to celebrate Rare
28 Feb 2020 Gainesville
Robious Middle School 6th
28 Feb 2020 Midlothian
Lace up your shoes and
29 Feb 2020 San Antonio
Registration is open for
29 Feb 2020 Henderson
Join RSDSA for a mini-winter
29 Feb 2020 South Haven, MI
One in 10 people in the
29 Feb 2020 Grand Rapids
Please join us as we come
29 Feb 2020 San Jose
On line meeting hosted
29 Feb 2020
This is a benefit concert,
29 Feb 2020 Jeffersonville
NORD and California RAN
01 Mar 2020 Los Angeles
Join us for a great day
01 Mar 2020 Columbus
United States

Rare Disease Day Virtual Race 01 February 2020 - 29 February 2020 , United States, Canada, United Kingdom
Hosted by Running On Air

Join us for the 5th annual Rare Disease Day virtual race sponsored by Running On Air and benefiting the National Organization for Rare Diseases (NORD) and the PCD Foundation.   Participants receive a medal of a zebra encircled by the Rare Disease Day overlapping hands.

Our previous 4 events combined have raised over $11,000.

Why a zebra?  “When you hear the sound of hooves, think horses, not zebras.”  In medicine the term “zebra” is used in reference to a rare disease or condition.  Doctors are taught to assume that the simplest explanation is usually correct.  Unfortunately that means those with rare diseases are often misdiagnosed or go for years without a diagnosis.

Every registration will also get a bib number specifically designed for this event.  We also have some extras provided by Running for Rare.  These will be shipped to US medal registratants on a first come basis.

Because of issues with shipping international medals last year we are limiting registration this year to the US, Canada and United Kingdom.

Share your event pictures and event details on https://www.facebook.com/RunningOnAirO2/ and use #RareDiseaseDay. We'll share to inspire others to make a difference and have fun in the process.

You can choose how far you want to walk or run to complete this event, whether it’s a 5K, 10K or a half marathon.

This event is organized by Running On Air, which is not affiliated with NORD or the PCD Foundation. A portion of the profits from this event will go to NORD and the PCD Foundation. All fundraising money goes directly to the charity selected.

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