Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Houston

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Houston 5K Results

The Komen Houston Race for the Cure® is the largest footrace in Houston with more than 35,000 participants including 2,000 breast cancer survivors and thousands of volunteers, supporters and onlookers. The 5k Timed Competitive Run, sponsored by Academy Sports + Outdoors, is a certified USATF 5K course.

Website: Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Houston | Oct 6, 2012


  • Family Walk/Kids K
  • 5K Timed Competitive Run
  • 5K Non-Competitive Run
  • 5K Walk


Registration fees is $40 Adult Competitive Runner. To participate in Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Houston you can register in the official website.

Course / Route Map

The Komen Houston Race for the Cure® routet is predominantly located on the inbound and outbound lanes of Allen Parkway. The Survivor Celebration and Sponsor expo area will still take place in Downtown Sam Houston Park. Arrive Early! Arrive in Downtown Houston by at least 7:00am so you can park and walk to the designated staging area for your event, near the start line before the Opening Ceremonies. Allow ample time for possible traffic delays and parking entrance lines in the area due to the high volume of vehicles headed into downtown.


Results of past runs for all runners are available at our Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Houston Results page.

Race Date
Oct 31, 2015
Race Location
Houston, Texas, USA
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Race Registration

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2 thoughts on “Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Houston


Hello, I’m a breast cancer survivor, and have been walking in the Dallas race for 3 yrs now. This year was the first year that I walked in the Houston race and was really surprised how much bigger the Dallas race seemed to be. They had music playing through out the location, uplifting and engergizing. They offered alot more items for survivors, they had a continential breakfast tent for survivors and one guest. door prize raffles, using the number off your bib. After the race you check by the survivior tent to see if your number was pulled. Please dont misunderstand me, Im very grateful for everything that you do. I just think Houston can step up and show Dallas, that we too, know how to do things big in our great city of Houston. Thank you, Yvette Braden

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