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Race to Wrigley

The 10th Annual "Race to Wrigley" presented by ATI Physical Therapy drew more than 6,000 runners, raising $55,000 and drawing a total of $390,000. In recognition of the Race to Wrigley's 10th anniversary, the Cubs introduced an additional race, the "Let's Run Two" 10K.

Friends, families, neighbors, fans, first-time visitors, and the Wrigley faithful came together in support of Cubs Charities, which provides increased access to sports opportunities and targets improvements in health, fitness and education for those at risk. Cubs Charities once again donated all proceeds from personal fundraising to support critical care needs for pediatric patients in Chicago. The race was kicked off by Fox Chicago Broadcaster Lou Canellis, The Cubs Wives and Clark.

In constant support of the community and youth, Cubs Charities looked to the racers for donations, with 3 time repeating champions team Zakk Attakk and leading individual fundraiser Megan Carrier. All racers who raised more than $1,000 were given the opportunity to take a picture on the Wrigley Field, see their name on the brand new video board and take a lap around the warning track.

"This is our tenth year for this race and we are incredibly grateful for the fans' generosity and their show of support." - Laura Ricketts

Cubs Charities thanks the participants and donors for their continued support as we look to improve the quality of lives within our community.

Thank you to all those who came out to run and support the event.