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ORRC’s 1200 Club program is available for both current club members and non-members to run or walk 1,200 miles in one calendar year (averaging about 100/month, or about 25/week). The purpose is meant to be a challenge and motivational tool running from January 1 through December 31.
Participants who complete 1200 miles in one calendar year (January through December) receive a jacket the first year, and patches to add to the jacket in subsequent years. You must be prepared to track your walking and running miles and report them to the club at the end of each month.
The registration fee for non-members includes a jacket or non-jacket option, but PLEASE NOTE!!! The jacket is not guaranteed!!! You are paying for the opportunity to EARN a jacket. If you pay for a jacket but don't reach 1200 miles in the calendar year, you will not receive one, and there is no refund.
Give yourself a challenge and join the 1200 club! Click here to join ORRC if you're not already a member for a reduced rate.
What is it?
• Participants may enter through September each year (but the event is for the calendar year, January through December). No more registrations will be accepted after September 30th
• Each month participants submit their monthly totals to the club coordinator via an online link at http://orrc.net/events/1200-club/
• Yearly ongoing totals of all participants are available to view online at http://orrc.net/events/1200-club/ End of year miles are due no later than January 10th to receive a jacket or patch
What Miles Count?
• Races or training miles
• Running or walking miles
What Miles do NOT count?
• Nothing translated from another sport into miles (e.g. cycling, swimming, or ellipticals)
• Running in the pool
• “Steps” counted on a pedometer during the course of a day that are not part of a standard run or walk (so wearing a pedometer during the day to count up to 10,000 steps does not include steps counted while walking around the office or house)
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