Show your support in the fight against cancer by helping to create the longest line of surfboards in the sand.
Survivor Beach was created in 2007 as a way to bring together individuals in the community to show their support for cancer research and to honor all individuals in their fight against cancer. Participants form a symbol of support by creating the longest line of surfboards laying in the sand nose-to-tail. The line starts at Scripps Pier and extends towards La Jolla Shores. Last year, approximately 200 people made a line that was just over three football fields long!
The event also features traditional Polynesian dance, speeches by cancer survivors and a free Surfing for a Cure souvenir for participants.
Hosted by the Moores UCSD Cancer Center.