Sports Day For Charity

Caroline “Liner” Lee won Wipeout and then got cancer – hence the name Wipeout Cancer. Sports Day for Charity is our primary fundraising activity benefiting Sports Day for Kids living with cancer and other organization supporting cancer services.

Wipeout Cancer’s Sports Day for Charity began in 2013 as an annual fundraising event. In its prime, the event hosted over 1000 participants and volunteers and raised over $25,000 to support local cancer resources. It has been 5 years since we last hosted this event!

The event has consisted of sports Liner enjoys: volleyball, cycling, and obstacle courses.

In 2022, we brought the event back with the objective to bring our community together – to reflect on the past, reconnect with each other, and reap new joys! On July 30, 2022, we held Sports Day for Charity as a fundraiser, but on a much smaller scale. Benefactors this year included AACSN (Asian American Cancer Support Network), founded by the late Dr. Fidelia Butt and Cancer CAREpoint.

Thank you, EVERYONE, for coming out to participate! After so many years and the pandemic, it was wonderful to see so many familiar and smiling faces. Despite only 2 months of planning, we had a great turnout – 39 volleyball teams and 100+ kids on the obstacle course, all supported by our 80+ volunteers!!!

We’ve posted pictures from the event that you can find below with some pics on our Facebook and Instagram pages.  Special thanks to Event Day Photographers:  John Hopkins, Brett Loo, Garrison Wu.


You can continue to support Wipeout Cancer all year long by:

Liner on the Kids Obstacle Course 2017

Click the links below the photos to see more pictures from each album from the 2017 Sports Day for Charity.


View results and photos from the 2017 Sports Day.

View results and photos from the 2016 Sports Day.

View results and photos from the 2015 Sports Day.

View results and photos from the 2014 Sports Day.

View results and photos from the 2013 Sports Day.