2019 Winship Win the Fight 5K

Run to win

Runners and walkers crossed the start line on Oct. 5 for the ninth annual Winship Win the Fight 5K.

The event drew 3,500 participants and 400 volunteers to the Emory campus.

2019 Winship 5K start.

The Winship 5K raises funds for cancer research at Winship, including a newly endowed professorship to support Winship investigators exploring new areas of cancer research. This year's Winship 5K has raised more than $809,000.

Peach State Truck Centers team.

Team spirit was super strong this year from top Winship 5K corporate sponsor Peach State Truck Centers.

Members from the Angie's Angels team.

The Winship 5K brings together cancer survivors...

Race participants at the finish line.

Friends and family...

Winship 5K kid volunteers show off their tattoos.

And supporters of all ages!

Winship and Emory leaders pose with event emcee and event Grand Marshal.

The pre-race program was kicked off by (left to right) WSB-TV reporter and 5K Emcee Mark Winne; Winship 5K Grand Marshal Coach Nicki Collen; Winship Executive Director Wally Curran; Emory President Claire Sterk; and Emory Healthcare CEO Jon Lewin.

Survivors made they day shine.

Survivors made the day shine.

2019 Winship 5K Recap

The 9th annual Winship Win the Fight 5K highlighted great team spirit and community. Nicki Collen, head coach of the Atlanta Dream women’s basketball team, served as Grand Marshal of the October event.

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