It’s a 60km virtual challenge to start the year. The 60th parallel is what divides the provinces from the territories.
Just 2km a day and you will finish the challenge. Or you can do one run of 60km if you want 😉
Just lace up your shoes during January and track your km in your personal tracking page.
$60 (until 01/01/21) CAD, includes free SWAG shipping to Canada and the USA. $99 after.
Yes! And awesome limited edition finisher medal.
YES! All runners that register will receive:
- Limited Edition Finisher’s medal
- Multi-Functional Neck Gaiter
- Reflective wristband + shoe tags
- Virtual finisher’s certificate
- Official Printable Virtual Race BIB
- An invitation to a participant-only Facebook group
Yes! We just ask for a nominal $15 CAD for additional shipping charges if outside Canada or USA
We will start sending items out mid February. You do not need to finish the race to receive the swag.
Yes! You can register during the month of January 2021.
Yes! You can change your address inside your Race Roster account. Don’t worry, we will send you some reminders before we start shipping.
You will have a personal page to report and track your runs. More info here.
Yes! Since it’s the Honor System, if you decide that you don’t want to enter your km regularly, and you don’t care about watching yourself vs. others on the leaderboard, you can log weekly, monthly, or you can keep up with your own km, and when you finish just log your final distance on a single entry.
You can log your distance starting January 1st at 12:01am ET until January 31st at 11:59 ET.
Wherever you are! The joy of participating in a virtual challenge is you can start right outside your front door. Please follow the guidelines outlined by your local government regarding social distancing and physical activity outdoors to ensure you are keeping yourself and your community safe.
Complete your challenge solo or following your local health authority’s Covid-safety guidelines.
If you are moving with someone, respect the space needs of others; move on a single file, allowing others to pass you easily and safely.
Avoid high traffic pedestrian and vehicle areas. Run or walk close to home in your neighbourhood during a quieter time of day.
Adhere to social distancing practices* while you are out running or walking. Can you safely pass someone? Can you run safely on the road? Make sure you always have a safe way to move around people to maintain 6 feet of distance.
You may complete your challenge using a treadmill if that is an option available to you and that you would prefer.
Wear appropriate clothing. Be visible and dress for the weather.
Bring water and/or nutrition if you’re planning a longer route. There are no water stations in a virtual event.
Carry a cell phone with you and tell someone the route you will follow in case of an emergency.
*Follow the advice of your local public health authority, to help stop the spread of coronavirus.