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Since this is a virtual event, you can run anywhere you want and when you submit your times, we'll track you along this 73.71 mile loop. We do NOT expect you to run the actual route. See how many times you can finish the route by running it more than once through the month of August...if you can. #ChallengeAccepted
We miss seeing all of you at the start and finish lines of our favorite races, so we've put together a virtual challenge for you to reminisce and visit some of them over the month of August. Watch your progress on the map each time you submit your daily mileage, then check in to our Facebook event with where you leave off for the day each time.
The Virtual Challenge begins in Downtown Toledo at the finish line of the WTOL River Run. Then we'll have you travel along the river, where you will find the start line of the Muddy Mini Half Marathon in Uptown Maumee. From there you can travel Northwest to Sylvania for our customer appreciation start and finish at Centennial Terrace. Close your eyes and picture a packed Terrace with Boo-Yah Band playing live on stage.
Moving south now to Bowling Green — we find ourselves enjoying a hot pancake breakfast at the finish line of the Boy Scout Half Marathon inside the Wood County Fairgrounds before heading to the Racing for Recovery 10k & 5k where we'll be rockin' downtown Rossford. To finish off the Challenge, we'll head back downtown to the finish line of our annual Thanksgiving day Turkey Chase, and then head home with the thought of fresh homemade Schmucker's Restaurant pies.
Now that's a great run...and you have a full 31 days to complete it. We really can't wait to see all your smiling faces, so join us for this virtual challenge and share your photos #Runthe419. We'll have videos at each waypoint, and encourage you to see how many times you can complete the 419 Challenge — a 73.71 mile loop.
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