onePULSE reveals design for CommUNITY Rainbow Run medal

ORLANDO | onePULSE Foundation has released the medal design for its seventh annual CommUNITY Rainbow Run, taking place at Wadeview Park in downtown Orlando June 3.

The medal features an artistic take on three runners with the word “strength” and the year “2023” underneath them with everything in the rainbow colors.

“Strength,” which is one of the six words to come out of the 2017 onePULSE Memorial Survey, represents having strength in numbers and is the theme for this year’s run.

Registration for the seventh annual 4.9K run is currently open. Cost to enter the run is $49 in advance and $60 for same-day registration. All in-person participants will receive an official run t-shirt, tote bag, runner’s bib and commemorative run medal.

Along with the 4.9K in-person run, the event will include a Kids Fun Run — registration is $5 — and a virtual option for runners who cannot be in Orlando on the day. Registration for the virtual run is $54 and participants will be mailed their official run t-shirt, tote bag and commemorative run medal in advance.

The morning’s event will also include the NASCAR CommUNITY Festival, which will be open from 7-10:30 a.m. at Wadeview Park. Admission is free and will feature live entertainment, food and family-friendly activities. For those wanting to enhance their experience, the 26Health Love is Love Lounge Experience is available for $149 and will include unlimited mimosas, Proud Mary’s and breakfast food catered from the Hard Rock Café, as well as the entire run registration packet.

The CommUNITY Rainbow Run kicks off onePULSE’s Seven-Year Pulse Remembrance Week, which concludes June 12 with the Annual Remembrance Ceremony at the Pulse Interim Memorial.

To register, go to and for more information on all of onePULSE Foundation’s upcoming events, visit

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