Are you starting out on your fitness journey? Just one mile a day will get you the first medal of 25 miles – nearly a marathon!
Perhaps you have a gruelling training schedule? Why not use our challenges as intermediate milestones whilst training for your ‘A’ race.
Or you might be lacking in motivation? Entering a challenge will give you added motivation to be active throughout the month.
Take part with friends, family or even your running club
You can vary your target distance - making it a great monthly motivator for all.
Whatever your reason, when you sign up for a challenge you’re making a commitment to yourself, and Striving To helps keep you on track right through the month until you achieve your goal. Plus we'll send you a medal as a reward and donate £2.00 of your entry to charity.
“Great incentive to get active for the month with my son. He achieved 58 miles and in the process supported his best friend’s charity.
Can’t fault anything - easy to use registration and an amazing medal! Personal touch and really impressed! Thank you”
You have the entire month to complete the distance - at a time, location and pace that suits you, in accordance with the current government guidelines.
In order to be more eco-friendly, the material of our medals are recycled premium acrylic which is made from 100% recycled and recyclable plastics that have reached the end of their life-cycle and are destined for landfill or incineration. These are produced and manufactured here in the UK.
***Please be considerate when you are outside and ensure you keep a 2 metre distance (as per government guidelines) and allow room for others to pass.***
Evidence must be submitted by the 5th May 2020. Please note there may be a delay in posting our April medals as our UK based supplier have temporarily paused production due to the Coronavirus. As soon as we receive them we will post them straight to you.
Our April challenge is proudly supporting:
NHS Charities Together
£2.00 of each April entry will be donated to NHS Charities Together supporting NHS staff and volunteers caring for COVID-19 patients.
Find out more from their website: www.nhscharitiestogether.co.uk