We’ve created a new Weekly30 Run Challenge for 2021 – replacing the 2020 challenge so that competitors can see their scores count towards a new year!
All registered entrants to the previous 2020 challenge have been automatically assigned to the new 2021 version on OpenTrack. All participants should ensure they submit their results from upcoming weekends to the new Weekly30 Run Challenge 2021 OpenTrack page – accessible via the below link (which will incorporate any registered scores from the previous weekends of 2/3 and 9/10 Jan).
The previous 2020 competition will still be accessible via OpenTrack for a period of time for anyone wanting to refer back to their previous stats. Please continue to refer to competition rules and follow government guidance including staying close to home, social distancing and planning your route.
Celebrating 2020’s results
We also wanted to take a moment to celebrate those entrants from our 2020 Weekly30 Run Challenge who clocked up some serious distances last year! Congratulations to everyone who took part and particularly to the following individuals, clubs and groups who accumulated the most overall distance in 2020 based on ‘metres covered’… including a special shout-out to Notts Women Runners who covered over 6.2 million metres (6200km!):
Individual men (metres covered in 2020)
- David Wilson – Littledown Harriers – 214,017
- Sam Moran – Southport Strollers – 211, 038
- Peter Clarke – Diss & District AC – 208,171
Individual women (metres covered in 2020)
- Laura Hesketh – Southport Strollers – 179,221
- Heather Travis – Glaxo Hoad Hill Harriers – 168,389
- Maria Everett – Littledown Harriers – 165,304
RunTogether Men (metres covered in 2020)
- Ronnie Irwin – Mad Runners – 189,360
- John Walker – Fitmums & Friends – 181,976
- Mark Hurst – Mad Runners – 175, 167
RunTogether Women (metres covered in 2020)
- Penny Sandhu-McKenna – Notts Women Runners – 144,540
- Sofia Poole – Notts Women Runners – 144,433
- Lynette Adshead – Heathfield Park Runners – 138,137
Clubs (metres covered in 2020)
- Southport Strollers – 3.408 million
- Littledown Harriers – 2.214 million
- Horley Harriers – 1.875 million
RunTogether Groups (metres covered in 2020)
- Notts Women Runners – 6.208 million
- Mad Runners – 1.095 million
- Heathfield Park Runners – 726,000
Thank you to everyone for entering and we look forward to seeing your scores in the new 2021 Weekly30 Run Challenge!
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The Weekly30 Run Challenge is a great way to represent your group or club and compete against other runners from across the country whilst also tracking your own improvement week-on-week. In addition, the challenge offers an ideal 30-minute virtual running activity for people of all abilities looking to run and exercise during the current national lockdown! Click here to find out more.