Join us for the Second Annual Miles for Melanoma at Universal Studios 5K Run/Walk!!

Register Today for the Miles for Melanoma at Universal Studios 5k!

Thank you for your support of the 2nd Annual Miles for Melanoma 5K Run/Walk at Universal Studios. Through your fundraising and attendance, we have raised over $340,000 and we're still counting!

We could not have done this without you. Thank you! 


Race Results

Medals were presented after the race. Unclaimed medals will be mailed to the top finishers in two to three weeks. All race results can be seen here. 



PACKET PICKUP - on race day only:

All registrants may pick up your race number and t-shirt on race day. We will open at 7am, so arrive early to beat the crowds! We will NOT have on-site registration. Race starts promptly at 8:30 am.


  • Check-in begins at 7:00 a.m.
  • Run/Walk begins at 8:30 a.m.

The run starts promptly at 8:30 am. Runners will be asked to line up first and walkers asked to start behind them. Strollers are welcome, but pets will have to stay home. The course is approximately 5K; it is not certified or sanctioned by any formal running or racing organizations. Medals for the top finishers in their age group will be handed out at approximately 9:30 am. Please stay after the race to meet our sponsors, enjoy the great treats from our food truck vendors, visit with the LA Galaxy and Universal movie exhibits and enjoy the fun with your friends and family.



  • All participants will also receive special race-day t-shirt, sunscreen samples and educational information about melanoma prevention and treatment.
  • Awards will be given to the top finishers and there will be a special VIP tent for the top fundraisers after the event.
  • Strollers and joggers are welcome! Sorry, dogs must stay home.


Universal Studios Backlot, Hollywood, California

From North on 101
Exit 12A for Lankershim Blvd toward Universal City
Turn right onto Lankershim Blvd
Take the 3rd right onto James Stewart Ave at Gate 1 into Universal Studios
Go to Parking Dec 2160 and follow directions to the Shuttles

From South on 101
Exit 12A toward Lankershim Boulevard/Universal City
Turn right onto Cahuenga Blvd
Take the 1st right onto Lankershim Blvd
Take the 3rd right onto James Stewart Ave at Gate 1 into Universal Studios
Go to Parking Deck 2160 and follow directions to the Shuttles

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Parking is at Gate 3 in the 2160 parking structure. Shuttles will take you through the backlot to the race area. Shuttles will start running at 6:30am from 2160 to Spartacus Square. Shuttles will stop at 8:15am until 9:30am for the safety of runners/walkers on the race route.

Attendees who arrive after 8:15am may not be able to run or walk the course. The course closes to Miles for Melanoma participants at 8:45am in order to open to the public. We recommend you arrive at Gate 3 into Universal Studios by 8:00am.

Parking is near the front of the Universal Studios property and away from our event area. Bring with you any items that you will need to enjoy the day. We will provide a bag check area. Our event is secure and we believe it to be a safe area, but we cannot be responsible for any items left at the event space while you are out on course.


Teams of 2 or more, who have raised $100 or more, will have team signs made so you can find each other in the team meeting area. Please use this area for photos or gathering or whatever you need, consider it yours! Team signs were ordered from our printer on Friday, April 19th, any team created after that date may not have a sign in the team meeting area.

Each team member will be expected to check in at the Packet Pick-up table as an individual before proceedig to the team area.


The success of our event depends on our volunteers. Sign up to work with us.

Stay tuned for more exciting announcements about Miles for Melanoma at Universal Studios by following the MRF (@CureMelanoma and @Miles4Melanoma) and Pale Girl SPEAKS (@PaleGirlSpeaks) on Twitter, and staying updated on Facebook by liking the MRF and Miles for Melanoma.



About melanoma:

Melanoma is the deadliest form of skin cancer and is the leading cancer diagnosis for women in their twenties. It is also becoming more common – a trend that event attendees will help turn around by helping to raise funds for new and better treatments.