The Titan Race 2020

Saturday, August 1, 2020, 1:00am – Wednesday, August 19, 2020, 11:59pm

THE TITAN RACE

57 Miles of Determination 

19 Days with the Herd

6,000 Steps a Day Towards Greatness

Join CSUF Alumni for The Titan Race 2020!
August 1 – August 19, 2020 

We are challenging all Titans to band together and walk, run, or stampede 57 miles over 19 days to the start of the Fall semester. That’s an average of three miles or about 6,000 steps a day.

This virtual challenge can be done anywhere and at your own pace. We will be using a Facebook group to post your daily check-ins, mile markers, and to connect with the herd of Titans. Your registration will include an exclusive finisher racing shirt, medal, and of course bragging rights! 

Challenge your family and friends to join the race and see who can be the herd leader! 

Registration begins July 10 and will run through July 30, 2020. Please note racing swag will not be received prior to the race start.  

CSUF Alumni Association Members will also receive a membership discount and branded cooling towel! Not a member? Join Today

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