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Human Race 2015

The Human Race is a five-kilometer (5k) charity fun run/walk benefitting Partners in Health (http://www.pih.org/), an international nonprofit organization that delivers life-saving health care to those who need it most in poor communities around the world.

This year’s race will be held on Saturday, April 18, 2015 at 10:30 am. The race will start at the Gonzaga University School of Law, with the start line at the outdoor patio behind the law school.  The race course will take place entirely on the Gonzaga campus.  Feel free to check out the route here: https://www.google.com/maps/d/edit?mid=zk4JLYBGOq7k.kCS_WB5T9BWY.

Thanks to our event sponsors! LexisNexis, Barbri, Spokane Chiefs, Spokane Indians, Trader Joe’s, Gold’s Gym, Walmart, Darigold, Lundberg Farms, and Safeway.

REGISTER HEREhttps://commerce.cashnet.com/lawst.

COST: $20, which includes race t-shirt.

Participants may register the day of the race beginning at 10:00 am, but T-shirt sizes will be limited.

Please contact Jacob Workman at jworkman@lawschool.gonzaga.edu with any questions.

About the Race

The Race was started by one of Gonzaga’s law students, Kristina Glover, in 2007, and who lost her battle to ovarian cancer during her final year of law school. Partners in Health was a cause Kristina strongly believed in.  GJIL honors Kristina’s dedication to bringing vital medical care to those who need our help.  Cash proceeds raised from the Human Race go as a donation to Partners in Health in furtherance of its goals.  Ninety-four cents out of every dollar donated to Partners In Health goes directly to medicines and projects that will help reach its goal of breaking the cycle of poverty and disease.  Thank you for helping us support Partners in Health and honor Kristina Glover.

  • 2014-2015 Goal for PIH: $2,000              Glover Family Starting the Race
  • 2013 Donation to PIH: $1,064.00
  • 2012 Donation to PIH: $1,631.94
  • 2011 Donation to PIH: $1,000.00


  • 2013 Runner Participation: 90
  • 2012 Runner Participation: 140
  • 2011 Runner Participation: 115