CATwalk 2010 was a great success with over 3,200 people walking and running to
help raise $58,000 for the Bobbi Olson Fund at the Arizona Cancer Center! That's
over a quarter million dollars raised for the Arizona Cancer Center since CATwalk
The CATwalk team is already gearing up for the next walk on December 1, 2012.
Three great events at CATwalk
5k Non-Competitive Walk: Our flagship event is the CATwalk 5k, a
3.1 mile family-friendly walk. Thousands will walk in a celebration of
wellness, health, and fitness. 5K Walk starts at 12 pm and the Kid's Walk
starts at 12 pm
10k Run: CATwalk 2011 is proud to partner again with the Southern Arizona
Roadrunners to host the CATwalk 10k Run, a 6.2 mile running race open to all ages
and abilities. The 10K Run starts at 8:30 am
|5k Fun Run: In partnership with the Southern Arizona Roadrunners, the 5k Run, a 3.1 mile running race is open to all ages and abilities. The 5K Fun Run starts at 8:30am||Check Presentation: The Check Presentation will be held at the conclusion of the walk|
A note from Coach Olson
It has been my pleasure over the past
few years to work with the UA Fraternity and Sorority Students helping to raise funds
for the Division of Women’s Cancers at the Arizona Cancer Center. As you know
after losing my first wife, Bobbi to cancer, this is a personal commitment of mine...
to find a cure! But, like a basketball game, there can’t be just one player on
the court. This is a Team effort.
This year’s CATwalk is just around the corner and we are making it a wonderful family event where everyone can walk against cancer. All of the funds raised stay right here in our community benefiting the Arizona Cancer Center at the University of Arizona. Please accept this as my personal invitation to attend and be a part of my team. It just won’t be the same without you!
Need motivation to get you ready for the CATwalk 10K run? Join the Arizona Cancer Center’s Better Than Ever training program with my family and I to get instant motivation. This is a great way to make training fun and to also raise more awareness and money for the Arizona Cancer Center. At the completion of your training you will have the personal satisfaction of knowing that you actually will feel better than ever!
– Coach Olson
Bobbi’s Story & the Olsons’ Mission
On January 1, 2001, Bobbi Olson, wife of UA Men’s Basketball Coach Lute Olson, succumbed to a two-and-a-half year battle with ovarian cancer. more...
Coach Lute Olson and the Olson family’s recent donation of $1 million to the Arizona Cancer Center is drawing attention to the prevention and more...
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