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May 1st through May 31st, 2022


Your neighborhood, your favorite trail, your treadmill, or your local city park


Beginning June 1, 2022, to make a gift to the Fiesta 5K, please visit our main website.  Please note FIESTA 5K – TEAM NAME in the “In Honor of” box.

Thank you for your continued support

Since its inception in 2007, the Fiesta 5K has raised more than $3.8 million for ALS research. Participants can run/walk as part of a team or on their own.  The goal of the race is simple - we want to make people more aware of ALS and raise funds to support our efforts toward a cure.


If you’ve participated in a virtual race at any time you know the drill, but if not, it’s easy!

Sign Up to Participate

First step is registering and making it official! Click "register now" at the top of this page to sign up for the 2022 Fiesta 5K. During registration you can also opt-in to report your race results via text or email (we’ll explain more below).

Print Your Digital Bib

We will be creating a "unique" race themed Digital Bib that you will be able to download and print and/or share on social media. Keep an eye out for pre-race email that will give instructions on how to access your "digital bib".

Receive Your Race Shirt

All shirts will be mailed to participants (all registrants registered by April 29th will receive a t-shirt).

Run Your Race

You can run or walk your 5K (3.1 miles) anytime between May 1st and May 31st (11:59PM ET). You can run anywhere you like - your neighborhood, your favorite trail, your treadmill, or your local city park.

Submit Results

After you run or walk your race you can submit their results through text or email (if opted in during the registration process), or directly on the results page. If you have questions about submitting results don't hesitate to reach out to us at Results automatically update as times are submitted, so you can check the results to see how you stack up against the competition.

Send Us a Selfie/Share Your Pictures!

If you don’t take a picture did it even happen? We’d love to see your pre- and post-race pictures! You can post them during the result reporting process or directly to the photo page.


The Robert Packard Center for ALS Research has been on forefront of ALS research for the past twenty one years.  Our approach to research is one where we facilitate intense scientific collaboration across institutional and administrative boundaries.  Our aim is to provide innovative, promising, focused projects with researchers who understand that collaboration is a powerful catalyst in ending the disease.

Race Contact Info

If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.

Race Website

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