From November 11th-November 20th (Globally Organize Hug A Runner Day) we will be giving away $500 every day.
You are eligible to win $500 when you run or walk 5K that day and enter it into the Run The Edge Tracker.
Every day we start fresh! Run or walk a 5K and you are entered to win another $500!
You can register for the challenge only OR register with Hug A Runner swag included (yes, that would be our awesome medal and shirts!)Show Me The Registration Options!
We invented GO HARD (Globally Organized Hug A Runner Day) back in 2011. We never expected it to take off like it did!
Since then, we have used Hug A Runner to raise awareness and thousands of dollars for some awesome organizations like Girls on the Run, Playworks, and Shoes That Fit. This year we are happy to be donating funds to support the American Society for Deaf Children.
The American Society for Deaf Children provides vital resources and educational opportunities to deaf and hard of hearing children and their families. Research shows that early experience and education with visual language can make a lifetime of difference is a child’s life. Your participation in this challenge will help bring these resources to more children and families needing visual language learning.
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Run The Year® challenges you to run or walk 2,020 miles in the year 2020. Every participant gets access to our custom tracker for both individual AND team miles along with our private Facebook community. Completely new for 2020 - The tracker has amazing new features like year over year comparison and customizable goals. You can track your own progress AND be on a team at the same time! The tracker allows you to manually enter miles or sync with Garmin, Fitbit, and Strava. You also get access to our private facebook community AND RTY FIT. RTY FIT is an exclusive meet-up community built in our tracker for RTY members only. Learn more about RTY 2020 here and be sure to check out this year's awesome medal and swag!
Q: What do runners do when they forget something?
A: They jog their memory!