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Be part of the greatest shared tradition in Michigan / Ohio history - the annual challenge between the Ann Arbor Running Company and the Columbus Running Company.
Step up to the challenge. Run for your community. Support a local cause. If your community - Ann Arbor or Columbus - wins the challenge, the staff from the losing city's running shop has to dress in their rival's colors, go for a run in public, and document the humiliation. What could be a better prize?
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Taking part in this storied tradition is simple:
When you run for Team Ann Arbor, you'll be supporting Ronald McDonald House Charities of Ann Arbor.Register for Team Ann Arbor
When you run for Team Columbus, you'll be supporting Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Ohio.Register for Team Columbus
Registrants will receive a limited edition AARC vs CRC long sleeve tech running shirt from Brooks.
How do points work? 1 mile logged = 1 point. $1 raised = 1 point. Since AARC has 2 locations, we'll divide their total by 2. CRC has 5 locations, so we'll divide their total by 5. This gives us the "points per store." The team with the most points wins.
How do I log my miles? You can chart your miles here from Dec 12-13. You only get to log one run, so make it your longest of the weekend.
How do I fundraise? You can make a donation during registration plus you can optionally set up a fundraising page to collect donations from others.
Who can take part? Anyone! Sign up today!
With 6 big individual prizes on the line, it's time to step up to the challenge! We'll award prizes to one runner or walker from Team Ann Arbor and Team Columbus based on: