The Rex Lee Run Against Cancer is a strong annual tradition at BYU. The run was originally organized in 1996 in honor of BYU President Rex E. Lee who passed away that year as a result of cancer. Now in its 19th year, the run continues to be put on by the BYU Cancer Awareness Group, a student club of those who are interested in raising public awareness about cancer, assisting those who are dealing with this illness, and seeking cures for this disease by raising money for cancer research. All proceeds go to fund cancer research fellowships at the BYU Cancer Research Center.
JOIN US MARCH 2014 FOR THE 19th ANNUAL REX LEE RUN AGAINST CANCER!
The 2014 Rex Lee Run Against Cancer will be Saturday, March 8, 2014.
Race Details HERE!
Additional Information: Please click here or call the BYU Cancer Research Center at (801) 422-3913 for more information.
Race registration: Click here to register.
NOTE: REGISTRATION IS OPEN!!!! We apologize for the delay and thank you for your patience and support.
Details for 2014!
- REGISTRATION MAY BE DONE ONLINE VIA THIS WEBSITE!
- Day-of registration will still be available, but you will not receive a timing chip. You will still receive a t-shirt and bib number, but you will not be timed.
- Registration will be open until 10 pm the night before the race.
- You must wait 24 hours from the time of registration to pick up your bib and t-shirt. For example, if you register any time on Thursday, March 6, before 10 pm you must wait until Friday to pick up your bib and t-shirt. Those that register on Friday, March 7, will need to pick up their bib and t-shirt at the race. You can no longer receive a bib assignment the same day you register.