Are you all ready? Because soon we'll be opening online registration for the fourteenth Warsaw Oncobieg, and once again we'll be inviting you to run – both for your own health and for the health of cancer patients.

This year, just like the last, for reasons of health and safety and in order to observe all precautions relating to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, you'll once again have the opportunity to run from anywhere on the four corners of the globe.

On September 12, 2021, everyone who has previously registered on the website will be eagerly waiting on their own 'virtual' starting blocks, ready to sprint towards the finishing line – a line which leads to the better health of cancer patients.

As a participant, you are free to choose your own start time, meaning you can start at any point between the hours of 7.00 am and 1.00 pm (GMT+2) on the day of the event. It is important that you cover your pre-declared number of kilometres during your hour-long period of activity.

Online registration will open on May 17, 2021 at 12:00 and will remain open until 23.59 (GMT+2) on June 30, 2021.

In order to register, simply go to and click on 'I'm taking part!', then fill out the online registration form (remembering to fill in all required fields) and make payment. Please bear in mind - it's thanks to you and your ongoing financial support that we are able to really make a difference to those patients who are undergoing cancer treatment.

This year, we aim to donate the proceeds of our fundraiser to, among other things, the purchase of prosthetic limbs for amputee patients and of professional life-saving medical equipment for hospitals. We also aim to reimburse travel costs for those in financial difficulties who regularly need to attend hospital for diagnosis and treatment.

Are you curious to know how and where we spent the money raised during the thirteenth Oncobieg? You can find out all the details here:

Oncobieg - Together for Health! is a running event which has been held every year for the past fourteen years, and which we created in the interests of people with whom we share similar experiences. Knowing the difficulties that patients face on a daily basis, we want to express, if only in a symbolic manner, our solidarity with them, to let them know we recognize and understand the strength and determination that is necessary for a patient to reach their goals. It is also an opportunity to draw public attention both to cancer and cancer prevention. Our goal is to raise awareness among the general public, in order to demonstrate that by helping others we are also helping ourselves.  #RazemPoZdrowie!

The current situation relating to the ongoing pandemic does not give many certainties, but what we can be certain about is that, together, and by having a common goal, we are able to pave the way back to health for cancer patients – so please join us!