24H Online Running / GB

24-hour online running

Start your race from wherever it fits you.

Are you able to run 5 kilometres or 10 kilometres? Are you able to repeat it 8 times in 24 hours? The clock starts at 12.01 am, and you’ll run another lap every three hour.

Effectively, it means 8 loops of 5 kilometres or 10 kilometres in 24 hours, you decide how big a challenge.

24-hour online race
The race is held four times in 2019, one every season. You decide whether you’ll run one time or maybe all four races.

For each completed run, an exclusive medal is made and sent to your home. The race is organized to take place during the weekends.

24H Online Running - Winter (LINK)

  • Saturday, 19 January
  • Sunday, 20 January

24H Online Running - Spring (LINK)

  • Saturday, 27 April
  • Sunday, 28 April

24H Online Running – Summer (LINK)

  • Saturday, 17 August

24H Online Running – Autumn (LINK)

  • Saturday, 26 October

Note that you cannot distribute the 8 loops on several days, all 8 loops need to be run on the registered day from 12.01 am to 11.59 pm.

The rules are simple
You plan your own itinerary from wherever it suits you the best.

  1. Run a 5-kilometer or 10-kilometre stretch from your home, your job or wherever you are at the starting point.
  2. The race is started with a notification on the Facebook event (LINK) every three hours beginning from midnight.
  3. You should start running no later than one hour after the event notification pops up.
  4. After each run, you’ll register your time through the ‘Register your time’ tab
  5. Each lapse has to be +5 kilometres or +10 kilometres, i.e. no loops of 4.96 kilometres or 9.98 kilometres.
  6. All loops need to be completed within 24 hours between 12.01 am and 11.59 pm.
  7. You are welcome to post pictures of your run, itinerary or another cool picture on the Facebook event corresponding to your completed run.

Please use #24honlinerunning when posting on Facebook or Instagram

The results
Upload your time after each run through the ‘Register you time’ tab.
Under the ‘Results’ tab and ‘Leaderboard’ tab, you will find the live scores and positions.

Time slot starts:

  • Loop no. 1: 12:01 am
  • Loop no. 2: 3:00 am
  • Loop no. 3: 6:00 am
  • Loop no. 4: 9:00 am
  • Loop no. 5: 12:00 noon
  • Loop no. 6: 3.00 pm
  • Loop no. 7: 6.00 pm
  • Loop no. 8: 9.00 pm

Race number:
Your race number will be forwarded to you shortly after registration.

The medal is sent by mail to you after all 8 loops have been completed within the correct allocated slot.

DKK 150 per participant, regardless your distance.
Included: Medal, race number, stickers to your race number and shipping costs.

Look forward to an amazing and unique challenge!

Best regards Rico Eiersted – Coast2Coast Denmark


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