Join a team. For our Athletes vs. Epilepsy, it’s about more than just the race, game, meet, etc. Each of our athletes also raise money and awareness on behalf of Epilepsy Foundation and our fight to stop seizures and SUDEP (sudden unexplained death in epilepsy), find a cure and overcome the challenges created by epilepsy through efforts including education, advocacy and research to accelerate ideas into therapies.

Athletes vs. Epilepsy has partnered with a variety of sporting organizations nationwide to receive a set number of entries for individuals who would like to participate and raise funds and awareness for the Epilepsy Foundation. If you don’t see the event that you are interested in participating in you can still raise funds and awareness through our Choose Your Own (CYO) event or create your own special event through our DIY (Do It Yourself) options. 

  • Registration is OPEN!
    Marine Corps Marathon & 10K
    October 27, 2019

  • Register Today!
    2019 TCS New York City Marathon
    November 3, 2019
    Space is limited!



  • Local Network Events

  • Epilepsy Awareness Game
    Register Your Game Now!
    November, 2018-April, 2019

  • Thank you Gear Up Cyclists!
    May 15-September 1, 2018

  • Step Challenge
    presented by NeuroPace
    Thank you to our Athletes!

  • Move Mountains
    WOD October 19, 2018

  • November 17, 2018
    Tucson, Arizona
    Thank you ETT Team!

  • Yoga for a Cause
    Year-Round Event
    Get Your Om On and Plan Your Event Today!

  • Thank you for participating in the 2018 Summer Fitness Challenge
    26-Day Challenge
    Philadelphia, PA
    November 17 & 18, 2018

Featured Athlete

Many of you may recognize our son Braylon as the kid playing his trombone at the Illini Men's Basketball games, decked out in his jersey and cheering passionately for his beloved team. What you may not know is that Braylon has epilepsy.

Learn more about Braylon, his battle to overcome the challenges of epilepsy and how the University of Illinois Men’s Basketball team is making an impact for those living with epilepsy.