Time To Get Yourself Moving At Global Running Day Challenge on 6 June!
Get going, get fit and inspire others with you.
Global Running Day started in 2009 by leading running organisations and races throughout the nation. It was a day to celebrate the sport of running which began in the United States and was formerly known as National Running Day. The inaugural Global Running Day happened on 1st of June 2016 and more than 2.5 million people from 177 countries have pledged to run more than 9.2 million miles - that's like running from the Earth to the moon and back 19 times.
Global Running Day is a worldwide celebration of the sport and it was a way for the runners of all ages and abilities to share their passion for running and also inspire others to get moving. Bill de Blasio, New York City Mayor, has declared that on June 1, 2016, it will be a Global Running Day in the City of New York.
With all of that being said, we would like you to be a part of this Global Running Day Challenge and celebrate the joy of running with everyone.
What is Global Running Day Challenge?
Global Running Day Challenge is a 5-day event and it is an event to get everyone moving, to have fun being active and also inspire others by joining in this challenge. It is not about how fast you run or how far you go but what's important is for you to take part in Global Running Day Challenge and how you do it will be your choice.
You can run around your block, take your dog for a long walk, or call your friends for a pick-up game in the park as long as you keep moving and have fun being active, allowing the others to feel inspired.
How is different from the Global Running Day event?
How Global Running Day Challenge is different from Global Running Day is the categories itself. For the Global Running Day, you can run at any distance but for Global Running Day Challenge, you will need to run more than 1km. You can choose to either sign up for free and run for the Global Running Day or you can sign up for our challenge category in Global Running Day Challenge at S$3.95 and stand to win amazing prizes from our amazing sponsors.
You are spending S$3.95 with a chance of winning amazing prizes, isn't that great? S$3.95 to join a global running event and also get a chance to win amazing prizes that worth so much more than S$3.95. It’s like you paying a small amount of money to eat but yet, you get to eat food that cost more than S$50.
How does it work?
To join Global Running Day Challenge is really easy. The first thing that you have to do is register yourself at Spacebib. The registration fee for Global Running Day Challenge is S$3.95 per person.
This event caters to everyone, so grab your friends and family to join this event! The event is a 5-day event where you can just clock in your timings at any time and any where you want to. It is not even necessary to run. You can also clock in your distance while walking, like taking your dog for a walk, pick up something from somewhere or even just strolling at the park!
On Wednesday, 6 June 2018 to Sunday, 10 June 2018, from 12 a.m. to 11.59 p.m., track your walk/run on any tracking applications. Then, screenshot your walks or runs on your tracking application (include the date, time, distance, duration, and map). Upload your screenshot to Spacebib by 15 June 11:59 p.m.
Ofcourse if you join a challenge, there will be prizes, isn’t it? If you are one of the top participants that clocks in the most distance, you will guarantee yourself some awesome prizes from the sponsors!
Below is the are the prizes (Challenge category only) that you can win:
- 1st : 1 x TREBLAB HD55 (Speaker) - Black (worth USD159.99)
- 2nd to 6th : 1 x TREBLAB XR800 (Earphone) - Black/White (worth USD129.97)
- 7th to 11th : 1 x TREBLAB J1 (Earphone) - Black/White (worth USD86.97)
- 1st to 2nd Male participants : 1 x i6 HR-C Color Bracelet (Smartwatch, worth USD36.59)
- 1st to 2nd Female participants : 1 x i6 HR-C Color Bracelet (Smartwatch, worth USD36.59)
- 1st over 45 years old participant : 1 x i6 HR-C Color Bracelet (Smartwatch, worth USD36.59)
- 1st to 5th : 1 x RUNNER, A Short Story about a Long Run By Lizzy Hawker (Paperback Book) £9.99 + (+ free international shipping)
For those who are not in the top 11 of the Challenge category, you will receive a certificate of participation and for those who are in the top 11 of the Challenge category, you will not just receive the prizes from the sponsors but also receive a certificate of participation.
The Global Running Day Challenge is sponsored by TREBLAB. They were first established in the year 2015 to make quality wireless technology available to everyone who loves music like you and me. TREBLAB focuses more on delivering the best sound quality and style while maintaining a reasonable pricing for the users. Making earphones, headphones and speakers with the best sound quality, TREBLAB offers you sport gears that you will need for the active lifestyle you lead.
Global Running Day Challenge is also sponsored by iWOWNfit. They are a high-tech company that is based in the field of smart wearable. Focusing on personal mobile health and health big data, iWOWNfit is currently one of the industry leaders in the field of smart wearable. They are very committed to creating a perfect combination of hardware and software. iWOWNfit is to help people to regulate their own living habits, to strengthen the exercise, to enjoy a better life.
RUNNER, A Short Story about a Long Run, By Lizzy Hawker
Global Running Day Challenge is also excited to partner with Aurum Press to give away a copy of Lizzy Hawker new book: RUNNER, A Short Story about a Long Run which is set to debut on 7 June 2018.
Lizzy Hawker, a British long-distance runner that held a world record for 24-hour road running and is a former world champion at 100km. From a school girl running the streets of London to a world record-breaking athlete racing on mountains, long-distance runner Lizzy Hawker is an inspiration to anyone who would like to see how far they can go, running or not. This is the complete story of Lizzy’s journey, uncovering the physical, mental and emotional challenges that runners go through at the edge of human endurance.
Are you ready to get moving and be a part of the Global Running Day Challenge 2018 and run the furthest to win some great prizes?