Riebe Run

Walk/Run for Heart Disease
October 7, 2023
Riebe Run Runners in a park
10/07/2023 09:00

Until Riebe Run Begins

Join us for the Riebe Run on Saturday, October 7th at French Regional Park in Plymouth, MN starting at 9AM.

This family-friendly 5k walk/run raises awareness for heart disease in honor of Greg Riebe, who passed away in 2015 from arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy. With each step, participants will fuel cutting-edge heart disease research–bringing us closer to changing the trajectory of heart disease for current and future generations. Your participation and donation supports heart rhythm research at the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation.

“Live in the moment and never give up” – Greg’s motto was also his way of life. He inspired others by exuding a positive outlook and forever smile.

Event Details:


9:00AM – Check In

9:30AM – Kids Dash

9:45AM – Walk/Run Starts

Registration Info:

Adult 5k Walk/Run Participant – $30

Youth 5k Walk/Run & Kids Dash Participant – $15

Registration includes a Riebe Run T-shirt!

Riebe Run for Heart Disease, October 7, Plymouth, MN

Fundraising Goal:

We hope to raise $10,000 in support of heart rhythm research at MHIF. When you register for this event, you will have the option to create a team, join a team, or register as an individual. After registration, you may create an optional fundraising page to support raising funds for the Riebe Run and heart rhythm research.

If you are unable to join us at the event, you can simply make a donation to help us reach our goal. Your generosity is appreciated!

Support Riebe Run

Questions? Please contact:

Kate Riebe, Advancement Officer
Phone: 612.226.5836 • Email: kriebe@mhif.org

About Greg & The Riebe Run:

Greg was an amazing father, friend, and active participant in the Twin Cities running scene. Sadly, his life was cut short due to a sudden and unexpected heart condition. He had a rare, genetic form of heart disease called arrhythmogenic cardiomyopathy (ACM) that he did not know he had; he had no signs or symptoms.

After Kate’s husband Greg passed away, she became a passionate advocate for heart health. She, along with some of Greg’s friends, started the Riebe Run in 2016 to honor Greg and raise awareness for heart disease and support the Minneapolis Heart Institute Foundation. Kate and Greg’s two children look forward to celebrating their Dad each year with the Riebe Run.

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Greg Riebe
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Heart Rhythm Research

The Joseph F. Novogratz Family Heart Rhythm Center is discovering new ways to help patients with heart rhythm disorders live longer and better lives around the world.