RUN SOLO PROJECT 2020

Run Solo. Run Local. Run Safe.

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Run Solo 2020

Embrace Running Solo. Join Our 4-Week 5K Virtual Series.

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RUN SOLO PROJECT 2020

Run Solo. Run Local. Run Safe.

REGISTER NOW

Run Solo 2020: 4 Week Running Challenges

The Run Solo Series was created in response to covid-19. Although we are race directors and love creating actual in person races we recognize this is not currently a reality with the necessary safety measures in place. The purpose of this series is to give runners something to look forward to while raising much needed funding for running stores, clubs, and school teams. And to help our company stay alive.

3 New 4 Week Challenge Dates
June 8th - July 5th

July 6th - August 2nd
August 3rd - August 30th


The Run Solo Project consists of 4-week virtual challenges where you complete one "race" a week for 4 weeks.

We have several challenges you can choose from in each 4-week series (when you are registering there will be a question that asks which series you would like to sign up for):

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4 Week 5K Challenge

Run a 5K (3.1 miles) each week for this 4 week challenge
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4 Week 100 Mile Challenge

Run/ Walk 100 miles in 4 weeks. After each Run or walk add your distance and Run Sign Up will keep your progress.
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4 Week 10K Challenge

Run a 10K (6.2 miles) each week for this 4 week challenge
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5K and 10K Challenge

1st Week Run 5K
2nd Week Run 10K
3rd Week Run 5K
4th Week Run 10K
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Distance Challenge

1st Week Run 5K
2nd Week Run 10K
3rd Week Run 5K
4th Week Run Half Marathon
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1. Sign Up

Sign Up for the Run Solo Series HERE.
Remember to join the team you would like to support while registering.

2. Train to Run

Train to get in shape for your weekly race distance. Remember to listen to your body and mix up your paces and workouts for optimal results.

3. Run Weekly Race or Log Miles

Run Your Weekly Solo Race on a safe course. Remember to upload your result each week and check out the weekly results.

4. Earn Your Swag

At the completion of your series you will be mailed your technical Run Solo Workout shirt, Bib Pins, Socks or Mask AND your handmade medal. You Earned This!

Handmade Medals

Every participant receives a handmade medal. We wanted offer something unique and personal and since Jen works in resin she has created a variety of colorful medals to pick from.

Pick Your Run Solo Swag

Every participant can choose from a variety of Run Solo Swag included in your registration.  Chose from a variety of technical (100% polyester) moisture wicking shirts, Running Socks, Bib Boards or Face Mask. Lots of great designs to pick from.

Results

We aggregrate submitted results so you can see how you did in relation to everyone else. Obviously your courses/conditions will be different but still fun to see and compare.

Support Running

Support a specialty running store, school cross country team, running club, or Charity. When you register you will be asked to join a team and teams in the above categories will receive a portion of your entry fee.

4-Week Series

Challenge Yourself one day a week for 4 weeks. You can "race" Monday - Sunday each week and submit results by each Sunday night.

Your Course

Run on your favorite local course. Make sure to maintain a safe distance from anyone else and be aware of cars, etc.  #RunSoloProject and share your run on FB or Instagram.
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Huge Post Race Party -
Party at Home With Your Family!

We encourage you to endulge in excessive fun after you complete virtual challenge. You have earned the opportunity to party. 

Support Running

$20 from every 4-week series registrant will be donated to specialty running stores, running/track clubs, and school cross country teams we have partnered with.
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Running stores create and nurture vibrant running communities. In many cities they are the glue that holds running communties together. In addition to keeping runners healthy through proper shoes and gear, they also support local running clubs, races, and schools. Everyone should support their local running stores.
Cross Country and Track Teams in many states rely on fundraising to compete. Costs may include team uniforms, transportation, meet entry fees, etc. Cross Country and Track introduce hundreds of thousands of athletes to the world of running at a young age.
Running Clubs and Youth Track Clubs are an integral part of our running community. Youth track and cross country clubs introduce kids to running in a fun and safe environment. Adult running clubs motivate and help adults stay fit through running. They nurture friendships, educate runners, and provide positive training environments.

Are You Ready to Run Solo?