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Want to take your running to a new extreme? Well, here's just the challenge for you.
You may be asking, "What is high level fun?". At RunStrong Events, High Level Fun is the type of fun that takes place when you are pushing yourself to new limits. It's the type of fun during which you question your decision making, your life choices, your friendships, and your sanity. It's the kind of fun that really isn't fun while it's happening, but that you can't wait to do again once it's over.
All our events embrace the idea of High Level Fun, and this challenge is no different.
So, what is the High Level Fun Challenge? It's a way for you to push yourself (and maybe a friend) to new limits.
The challenge is this: Starting on January 1st and prior to 11:59 pm on February 28 you must run a 5k, 10k, 13.1, 26.2, and a 50k. Each distance must be completed within its own 24 hour period. You can do these in any order, but they all must be done on separate days. Here's the twist: you can do this one with a teammate or solo.
If you do the challenge with a teammate, you can each run any portion of any of the run distances as long as the total is correct. Also, you and your teammate must complete the total cumulative distance within the same 24 hour period. You can run these anywhere, anytime, and you can run concurrently if you are splitting the distance between the two of you. If you are signed up for an in-person race of the same distance, you can also count that as completion of one of your challenge distances. (Ex: If you do the Louisiana Marathon or half, you can count that towards your challenge)
If you are really brave, you can do this on your own, but you also must complete each run distance on its own day.
We've also added a fun new twist this year. We are making this event a hybrid virtual/in-person event. There will be an in-person event for each distance held either at the RunStrong Training Center or at a TBA location on the dates specified below. These events will be mostly self supported, although we will provide some food and drinks, along with a proposed run course, and access to the Training Center to use the bathroom, purchase products or to warm up (or cool off!). There will be no aid stations or course management, but this will allow you to meet up with others doing the challenge, or to bring your teammate along to run together. These in-person events are entirely optional and are just a good way for you to get some support while completing your challenge. Basically, this is potentially 5 individual events!
After registration look for an email with details on how to submit event results via RunSignUp. You will have access to the leaderboard to see who has completed each distance. (Edit: This email is scheduled to go to all registrants on Jan 1 at 8 am, so keep an eye out for that message)
This year, there will also be a reward for who completes the challenge first (1 for individual, 1 for team)
Participants will receive a t-shirt and a medal via mail upon completion of all events.
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