Pride 5K Run & Walk
With nearly 1,000 participants expected, run or walk the Pride Parade route. The USTAF certified 5 K race will start and finish at University Avenue and Centre Street. (Next to the San Diego LGBT Center).
It's a fast, flat time-chipped course that has crowds cheering you on as the crowds gather in anticipation of the Pride Parade.
The race features:
Gear check, After-race snacks, high-quality tech t-shirts for all participants, Free vendor faire.
FREE PARKING LOTS ON SATURDAY at the Old Naval Hospital at Park Blvd. & Presidents Way and San Diego City College. 8:00 AM to 1:00 PM - Pride Parade Route from FREE Parking Lots to Pride Parade Start. The shuttle drops off next to RACE STAGING AREA.
$40 - June 1 - July 14 @11:59 p.m.
$45 – July 15 - Race Day
Race Bib Pick-up and in-person registration will be available Friday July 14th, 2:00pm - 7:00pm at:
FIX BODY GROUP : 1010 University Avenue C-203 - San Diego, CA 92103 (located at The Hub in Hillcrest)
Can't pick up your bib number and race shirt at FIX?
Not to worry! You have a couple options. You can either have someone else pick up your bib number and race shirt for you or you can pick it up on race day before 9 am.
If someone else is going to pick up your goods, they must come with a photocopy or picture of your ID - no exceptions.
Race day registration and bib pickup: Between 7:30 and 9:00 a.m. on race day
If you have any questions, please contact race director, Enrique Fonesca, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (619) 857-8719.
San Diego LGBT Community Center
The San Diego Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Community Center, Inc., (d.b.a., The Center) is the nation's second oldest and one of the largest LGBT community centers. Functioning as the LGBT community's anchor organization, The Center is led by a 15-member board of directors, employs more than 50 paid staff and utilizes more than 1000 community volunteers to achieve its twin goals of promoting LGBT health and human rights. The Center provides direct program services to the many different facets of the LGBT community, including men, women, youth, seniors, families, LGBT Latino community members and their families, and those living with HIV. Last year The Center provided more than 61,000 direct service visits to San Diego community members, and through its events, activities and advocacy, touched the lives of thousands more.