RunTogether challenges came about during the Covid-19 pandemic. Our current virtual running challenge - open to groups and individuals - is the Weekly 30 Challenge.
Weekly30 Run Challenge
Do you need a new reason to get running each week? Are you keen to represent your club and your sport in a new virtual competition?
If so, our Weekly30 Run Challenge is just for you!
With group running and mass participation events currently restricted, the Weekly30 Run Challenge gives you a perfect incentive to run on a weekly basis whilst also proudly representing your group. You’ll be competing against an online community of other runners from across the country.
How to take part in the Weekly30 challenge
You are challenged to run as far as they can in 30 minutes on Saturday or Sunday each week (following government guidelines while running). Simply register free via the dedicated Weekly30 Run Challenge section of the OpenTrack virtual running platform (users only need to sign-up once).
Once registered, participants complete their weekly run at any time on a Saturday or Sunday and then upload evidence of their run to OpenTrack. Every runner will see their results added to the scoring tables, with both total distance and average distance contributing to overall league tables.
Our groups have been busy over the last year creating their own challenges and virtual running events in times when they’ve not been able to run together. We’ve highlighted just a few of many group challenges – check them out below:
Please keep tagging us in your running challenges - we love to see what you’re all getting up to and feel inspired by your continued positivity during this difficult time. And who knows, your challenge might inspire other groups to do something similar. Happy running everyone!
Run Redbourn are keeping the January blues at bay!
Run Redbourn are taking on a running challenge in January to run at least 19 times. There are over 90 members taking part and are all split into 4 teams. Check out their Instagram page where they’re sharing all of their members amazing selfies and Strava Art.
Tewkesbury Jolly Jeffers ‘Through the camera lens’!
Runners were given the task to take pictures on their runs during lockdown with familiar places/buildings that they normally run past on their group runs around Tewkesbury – the person with the most pictures was awarded a prize!
Worlingham Road Runners – Tier 4 emoji board challenge
Being in Tier 4 presents its challenges but Worlingham Road Runners didn’t let it stop them from running and chatting virtually! At the end of December, their members were given the challenge to take part in activities which are emojis! We like the sound of running to get a takeaway – keep up the great work team!