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Regis Athletic Association (RAA) of Regis High School (located in Stayton, Oregon) is hosting the 3rd annual virtual Regis Ram Stampede: 50/75/100 Mile Challenge (you can run or walk it!) as a fundraiser to support the athletic program of Regis High School. This is an exciting way to take your running or walking to a new level. The Challenge is to run or walk 50, 75, or 100 Miles (total accumulated mileage...doesn't have to be done all at once!) between Sunday, January 15, 2023 and Wednesday, May 31, 2023. Anywhere, anytime, and at your own pace. You can track your run/walk distance with any app, watch, fitness device, or treadmill that you would like. Challenge begins the day you start logging in your mileage and you have until May 31st (11:59 pm) to complete your chosen challenge. **Note: If you would like to include bike miles to this run/walk challenge, then the conversion is 3 bike miles = 1 run/walk mile.
Submit your Miles to the provided online log-in Miles tracker. It's an exciting way to start 2023 with a goal of integrating exercise and fitness for a healthier New Year. The 50/75/100 Mile Challenge is open to everyone everywhere in the USA!
50/75/100 MILE CHALLENGE WITH FINISHER MEDAL: $15.00 per person. Registration deadline is , Wednesday, February 15th, 2023. Finisher Medals to be shipped to participants starting May 1, or earlier to those getting close to the end of their chosen Challenge Miles. Note: Arrangements may be made to drop-off/pick-up Finisher Medals plus any optional add-ons (see below) if the participant is from the Stayton/Sublimity, Oregon area.
REGISTRATION OPTIONAL ADD-ON PURCHASE:
How to log your miles:
Event Sponsor: If your business would like to sponsor the Ram Stampede, then please contact email@example.com for further information on how to become a sponsor for 2023. Sponsors appear on the sign-up website, back of t-shirt, and related social media.
Frequently Asked Questions: Scroll below to after Sponsors section.
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Where can I run/walk? Anywhere! This is your virtual run/walk, and we want you to complete it wherever and whenever you want between the dates of January 15, 2023 thru May 31st, 2023. Go outdoors -- sidewalks, paths, trails, a track. Stay indoors -- a treadmill is also a great option if you prefer to stay indoors, especially when the weather outside may not be pleasant. **Note: If you would like to include bike miles to this run/walk challenge, then the conversion is 3 bike miles = 1 run/walk mile.
What do I need to show proof that I walked or ran a distance? Most people will be using a fitness app on mobile phone (for example, Runkeeper, Mapmyrun, or Strava), GPS watch, or a premeasured route to measure their distances completed. A treadmill does it easily for you. Another option is to go to an open track (~ 4 laps = 1 mile in lane one or inner lane). You will be recording your miles in the event's RunSignUp Tracker using the Honor System.
Can I count my Fitbit miles? It keeps track of all the steps I make each day. No. You should be counting the distances you cover when you actually go outside to run or walk (except for those on a treadmill). **Note: If you would like to include bike miles to this run/walk challenge, then the conversion is 3 bike miles = 1 run/walk mile.
How will you keep track of our distances? Once you finish your run or walk on a certain day, just go to Runsignup and enter your miles (see instructions above).
Where can family/friends and I look up results? Go to "Results" tab of Runsignup event website. Under the "Result Set" section, you click on "50 Mile Virtual Challenge", "75 Mile Virtual Challenge", or "100 Mile Virtual Challenge". *There will be other options under the "Result Set" due to unable to remove them during the editing process, so there will be no results listed under those titles.
This is an amazing challenge! What is RAA (Regis Athletic Association)? What is the purpose of RAA? “The purpose of the Regis Athletic Association is to encourage interest in, and to offer support to, the athletic and physical education programs of Regis High School and to provide ways and means for financing the same.”
To that extent, the Regis Athletic Association (RAA) is a fundraising group dedicated to Regis athletics. That means lower tuition and no sports fees. This allows every student the chance to participate without worrying about cost or having to “pay to play”.
RAA also helps fund certain projects such as the football field grandstand and press box, baseball bleachers, digital camera for taping games, concession stand/baseball press box, and the new baseball home run wood fence.
We also provide manpower for athletic events such as taking gate, running concessions, keeping clock, field preparation, announcing and assisting where needed.
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