BATTLE CANCER SAN DIEGO
A FITNESS FUNDRAISING CHALLENGE FOR TEAMS OF FOUR
Take on four 9-minute CrossFit workouts over one day and fundraise as a team in the lead up to the event.
We're proud to be partnered with the American Association for Cancer Research (AACR) with your fundraising helping them continue life-saving work and research.
NOVEMBER 6TH 2021
1401 East Street
Accessible, challenging and super-fun! Workouts are suitable for all abilities and adaptions so everyone can take part.
Whether you're a professional athlete, regular gym-goer or a complete fitness novice, our fun and creative workouts focus on simple movements and teamwork that level the playing field.
SHORT BURSTS OF HIGH-INTENSITY CARDIO
NO BARBELL OR GYMNASTICS
YOUR FUNDRAISING COUNTS!
BOOST YOUR SCORE, $1 = 1 REP!
Your first 'workout' is a Fundraising AMRAP - as much raised as possible. And it starts as soon as you register!
We ask each team to aim to raise a minimum of $200 for the AACR from family, friends and colleagues. The more you fundraise, the higher you'll place in the Fundraising AMRAP workout!
As soon as you sign up, we'll send you a Fundraising Pack with tips, tricks and ideas for fundraising including sponsorship, bake sales, sharing your fundraising page online for digital donations, and more.
SPECTATE FOR FREE!
VOLUNTEER OR JUDGE WITH US
We need you!
Battle Cancer competitions would not happen without our incredible team of volunteers and judges. Get involved on the day and donate your time to helping us run the event while earning a free Battle Cancer t-shirt, food and drink and goodies from our partners. Sound good?
No spectator ticket needed
Rally your friends, family and fans to cheer on your team from the sidelines. Visit Invictus' downtown San Diego box and bring everyone along for a fun-filled day of spectating, live DJ sets, charity activations and special surprises from our brand partners, WIT and NOCCO.
THE AACR: OUR OFFICIAL CHARITY PARTNERS
Representatives from the AACR will be on hand to chat about their mission to prevent and cure all cancers through research, education, communication, collaboration, science policy, advocacy,
and grant-giving for cancer research.