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It’s not only virtual events that are getting creative. In-person events are also finding ways to spread out, stay safe, and keep running (depending on local restrictions and recommendations).
Take virtual a step further with Challenges that allow participants to track and compete in one or multiple activities (running, cycling, pushups, over a longer time-range). Create a race from your city to the shore or start a cross-training challenge for burpees and cycling.Go Virtual Hub Virtual Challenges
What is a virtual race? Whatever you can imagine. Virtual race can be anything from a fundraising 5K to (anywhere) to a self-supported marathon with RaceJoy tracking and remote cheer-sending.
Our Looking Forward Guidelines are a living document of recommendations and ideas for proceeding safely when allowed - and we have some examples of events that have already been able to proceed, with appropriate modifications.Looking Forward Guidelines Example Events
Whether your annual event is coming up this summer or in 2021, race directors never stop planning.
Our Coronavirus hub can help you make modifications and communicate with your participants if you expect a disruption.
When you’re ready to move ahead, start exploring our array of technology, including free websites, free email marketing and promotional tools, integrated fundraising, and apps for an interactive RaceDay.Coronavirus Hub Create a Race