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Tillman Honor Runs hosted in cities across US

ASU Alumni Association, Pat Tillman Foundation organize in-person runs in 13 locations


2020 Virtual Tillman Honor Runner in L.A.

A Los Angeles Sun Devil participates in a 2020 virtual Tillman Honor Run.

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March 18, 2021

On April 24, Arizona State University alumni, Sun Devil fans and members of the military community will run or walk 4.2 miles to honor Pat Tillman’s legacy.

Each year, the ASU Alumni Association, in partnership with the Pat Tillman Foundation, organizes Tillman Honor Runs across the country. This year, select ASU alumni chapters and clubs throughout the United States will be offering in-person Honor Runs. From California to New York, communities are coming together to celebrate the impact of Sun Devil and Army Ranger Pat Tillman.

Cities offering in-person Tillman Honor Runs are Flagstaff, Arizona; Lakeside, Arizona; Tucson, Arizona; Newport Beach, California; Sacramento, California; San Diego; Boise, Idaho; Chicago; Minneapolis; St. Louis; New York; Austin, Texas; and Fort Worth, Texas.

Participants and volunteers will be required to wear a mask during the in-person Honor Runs, and each event will have a limited capacity of 50 participants. Runs will follow local health and safety guidelines.

Don’t see your city? Not to worry — there are still plenty of ways to get involved and support the Pat Tillman Foundation. Pat’s Run is being held virtually this year, so runners and walkers can complete their 4.2 miles from anywhere across the globe. Young Sun Devils are encouraged to get involved through kid’s races, where they can run or walk .42 miles.      

MORE: View photos from the 2020 Virtual Tillman Honor Runs

All participants, whether attending an in-person Tillman Honor Run or virtually joining Pat’s Run, will receive a Pat’s Run 2021 T-shirt. All adult runners will receive a medal, and all virtual participants, including kids, will be sent race bibs.

Register for virtual Pat’s Run events, or sign up for a Tillman Honor Run in a city near you. Register by April 1 to ensure you receive your swag before the run.  

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