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34th Annual Nordstrom Beat the Bridge to Beat Diabetes / Benefiting JDRF

May 15, 2016

Husky Stadium

Race

8K • $30 Reg Fee

This USATF sanctioned 8k run, with wheelchair division, challenges you to cross University Bridge before it's raised.

Walk/Fun Run

3 Mile / 1 Mile • $30 Reg Fee

Join 10,000 participants at Husky Stadium for a 3 mile walk through the University of Washington campus.

Virtual

Free

If you can't attend the event but want to raise money for T1D research. Together, we will create a world without T1D.

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Why We Run


When you support Beat the Bridge you join more than 900,000 people, such as 2016 Ambassadors Aiden, Cassidy, Katy and Grace, who come together to raise funds to change the future for the millions of people with type 1 diabetes (T1D).

About Beat the Bridge


The Nordstrom Beat the Bridge to Beat Diabetes is a fundraiser for JDRF – the leading global organization funding type 1 diabetes (T1D) research. The event consists of an 8K run and wheelchair race, a 3-mile walk, a 1-mile fun run, and the Diaper Derby for toddlers. The event is called Beat the Bridge because the course travels over Seattle's University Bridge, which is raised during the race. Participants try to cross the bridge before it is raised. Those who don't beat the bridge must wait, with a live band and entertainment, for the bridge to come back down. After a few minutes, the bridge lowers and everyone can finish the race. Since the first Beat the Bridge race in 1983, Nordstrom has partnered with JDRF to raise funds to cure, prevent and better treat T1D. Beat the Bridge is part of the JDRF One Walk program, which holds annual charitable walks in more than 200 locations in 13 countries. JDRF One Walk has raised more than $1 billion for T1D research and we are proud to currently hold the number one position as the largest Walk in the country! We hope you will join us on May 7, 2017 for the 35th Annual Nordstrom Beat the Bridge to Beat Diabetes.