Ready to knock bowel cancer for six this year? Join us for Cancer Council’s Undies Run at the Adelaide Strikers BBL cricket game on Sunday 12 January.
Celebrating the most dedicated fundraisers in front of a crowd of approximately 40,000, this is Undies Run like you’ve never seen it before.
By stripping down pre-game alongside your fellow Undies Runners, you’ll help Cancer Council SA to spread awareness and raise funds for local bowel cancer research, prevention and support programs.
All you need to do is register, fundraise, and swallow your pride to run two laps of Adelaide Oval in your undies ahead of the Adelaide Strikers vs Melbourne Renegades BBL game.
But be quick—there are only 250 spots available! Game?
Help us kick it up a notch
For the first time in 2019, we saw 200 participants strip down to their undies and run two laps around the iconic Adelaide Oval.
Congratulations to everyone who signed up to strip down to their undies and knock bowel cancer for six!
What’s new in 2020…
If you’ve run in your undies before, you might notice that this year’s event has had a butt lift.
This year the capacity is capped at 250 spots. If you register in time, you can register a team if you'd like to run in your undies with your family and friends—anyone over 10 years old can run.
With the Adelaide Strikers on board again, we know that this year is going to be cheekier than the last.
So help us knock bowel cancer for six and sign up now!