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'More Than Pink' | Thousands participate in Susan G. Komen San Diego 3-Day in San Diego

The 60-mile journey honored those who are in the fight of their lives.

SAN DIEGO — The San Diego 3-Day began on November 18 and ended on November 20 this year. The journey was 60 miles along the Pacific Coast Highway, Del Mar, Torrey Pines, Mission Bay and wrapped up at Water Front Park in San Diego.

About 2,000 participants began their 60 mile walk early Friday morning, November 18 in a united effort to fight for a world without breast cancer, raising a total of $5.3 million.

Friday and Saturday nights were be spent in an outdoor camp, in the embrace of the dedicated 3-Day community, sharing stories, eating meals together and making new friends. 

On Sunday, Nov. 20, all participants took part in the Closing Ceremony celebrating the event, remembering those we have lost, and honoring those who are in the fight of their lives. 

Find more information about the 2022 event, how to get involved in future 3-Day events, and how to donate at the3day.org.

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View the San Diego 2022 course map


More Than Pink Walk

Around 6,000 people participated in the 2022 San Diego Susan G. Komen More Than Pink Walk on Sunday, November 6, 2022 at Balboa Park. The walk raised more than $505,000 for breast cancer research. Their goal is to raise $575,000. If you would like to donate, click here.

Every year CBS 8 and The CW San Diego is proud to team up with Susan G Komen San Diego for the More Than Pink Walk. Once known as the "Race for the Cure."

Susan G. Komen San Diego's mission is to save lives by meeting the most critical needs of our communities and investing in breakthrough research to prevent and cure breast cancer. For more details go to www.komensandiego.org.

Breast Care Helpline:
helpline@komen.org (Se habla español.)

Donor Services Support:
info@komen.org (Se habla español.)

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