WAVE TWO Begins July 21st! - Join Anytime Anywhere, TX US 27517
Challenges
5 miles per week

WAVE TWO 30 Mile Challenge

$45 $39 Walk, Run, bike, hop, or spin 5 miles on average for six weeks!
10 miles per week

WAVE TWO 60 Mile Challenge

$45 $39 Walk, Run, bike, hop, or spin 10 miles on average for six weeks!
15 miles per week

WAVE TWO 90 Mile Challenge

$45 $39 Walk, Run, bike, hop, or spin 15 miles on average for six weeks!
20 miles per week

WAVE TWO 120 Mile Challenge

$45 $39 Walk, Run, bike, hop, or spin 30 miles on average for six weeks!
(NEW) 30 miles per week

WAVE TWO 180 Mile Challenge

$45 $39 Walk, Run, bike, hop, or spin 30 miles on average for six weeks!
Description

The Texas Food Run Challenges 30, 60, 90,120 or (NEW) 180 Miles

6 week challenge - WAVE TWO starts July 21st!

Freedom! We could all use a little more these days, so we designed a challenge that puts you in control of you! This quarantine has seen people's activity levels skyrocket by 88%! That's amazing. These challenges are designed to motivate you to move more, while also providing you an opportunity to help feed those facing serious food insecurity right now.

 

You Can Join The Challenge Anytime!

You can join a challenge anytime before August 31st -  (and you can back date any efforts you missed all the way back to July 21st :).

 

You Got This!
This is a Six Week Challenge - as few as five miles per week.

You can set your goal to move as few as five miles per week or challenge yourself to cover as many as 20 miles per week. We will help you total up your distance and track your progress.

These challenges are simple:

1. Do what you want to do, when you want to do it, from wherever you are (run, walk, bike as few as 5 miles per week)!
2. Connect and track your progress on our race page, facebook group, or simply email us)!
3. Get your limited edition Texas Food Run Challenge T-shirt, car magnet medal, milestone badges to help motivate you along the way and digital finisher's certificate!

 

Let's Make An Impact!
All Challengers Support Local Food Banks and Hunger Relief Programs

Donations support local food banks and hunger relief programs to help people who are in dire need of food. Before Covid-19, 1 in 9 Americans struggled with food insecurity. As a result of Covid-19, food insecurity is expected to double worldwide. Our goal is to raise a minimum of $10,000 to support local programs via Feeding Texas. UPDATE: We have surpassed the $10,000 goal and are now striving toward $20,000 for Feeding Texas!!!

Challenger T-shirts

Women's T-shirt

Back of T-shirt will proudly display your specific challenge!
Shirts will be Gilden Softstyle and will be gender-specific (the number on the back reflects the distance you will cover for your challenge).

Unisex T-shirt

Back of T-shirt will proudly display your specific challenge!
Shirts will be Gilden Softstyle and will be gender-specific AND challenge-specific (the number on the back reflects the distance you will cover for your challenge).

Challenger Magnet Medals

Challenger Magnet Medals are 4x4 inches and are fade resistant.

Custom Challenger Bib

Sample Challenger Bib - available for digital download when you register

What Is Food Insecurity?

What is food insecurity?

Food insecurity describes a household’s inability to provide enough food for every person to live an active, healthy life. Food insecurity is one way we can measure and assess the risk of hunger. In the United States currently, one in nine people struggle with hunger.

 

What causes food insecurity?

One "bad month" can be enough to plunge a household into food insecurity. Layoffs at work, unexpected car maintenance or an accident on the job can suddenly force a family to choose between buying food and paying bills. A global pandemic only heightens this vulnerability. 

That’s why many working families, including thousands of households who don’t qualify for federal nutrition assistance, depend on the Feeding America network of food banks to help make ends meet during difficult times. The Feeding America network serves nearly every community in the United States, helping more than more than 40 million people — including 12 million children and 7 million seniors.

 

Race Contact Info

If you have any questions about this race, click the button below.

Questions?
FAQ's

Who can enter the event?

This challenge is designed for anyone and everyone! With the challenge of covering as few as five miles a week, anyone in your family can participate.  You can also encourage family members to join you, to help you achieve your goal.  If you are running or walking more these days, then see if you can achieve the 90 -Mile Challenge (15 miles per week). And if you're really ready to push yourself, lock in the 120 Mile Challenge! You can run from anywhere to participate.

 

What do I get?

Your inherent reward is that you are improving yourself while supporting those in need of food. All challenges will also receive a Limited Edition T-shirt - female-specific or unisex options available. In addition, all will receive a 4x4inch Car Magnet Medal to proudly display your accomplishment. And each challenger will receive a virtual challenge bib that can be downloaded from the race page. We will also be promoting random prizes throughout the challenge to help make it more fun - and keep you more connected with other participants!

 

How do I complete the challenge?

You can complete it any way you wish. You can walk, roll, run, spin - whatever makes you happy! And you can cover your miles any day, and in any way, that works for you - you could run/walk one day, bike a few days later, and hop the last day of the week.    

 

When Can I Start?

You can start anytime - a new wave starts every six weeks.  Wave two starts July 21, wave three starts September 1, wave four starts October 14th, and so on.

 

How Do You Track Our Progress?

This challenge relies on the honor system. Though we encourage you to take photos of your watch, phone screen, treadmill, etc showing your results and/or activity.

These are the ways you can track and prove your accomplishment:

1. Join our Texas Food Run Challenge Facebook Group - you can upload photos of your activity and also connect with other challengers.
Join The Texas Food Run Challenge Facebook Group 

2. www.TexasFoodRun.com - Submit your results straight through RESULTS page.  (detailed instructions are below the FAQ's on this page)


How does the charity component work?

This challenge supports local food banks and hunger relief programs.  We have provided the option to select one of the following charitable organizations:  Feeding Texas (which, in partnership with Feeding America, directly enables food banks across Texas) and Beautiful Together. Proceeds from the challenge will go toward supporting these organizations.  100% of all donations will go directly to the selected charities.

 

When will my shirt, magnet, and any other swag be mailed to me?

We will start mailing out your swag the week after the event concludes. Please allow a couple of weeks for everything to get shipped!

How To Track Your Progress FAQ

You can track your progress by going to TexasFoodRun.com and click on the RESULTS link in the menu - it takes about 30 seconds :).  
You can follow along below:

Click RESULTS from the main menu:

Click on the SUBMIT VIRTUAL RESULTS button:

Lookup yourself via your name or email/birthdate:

You will see your registration record (once logged in) and from there you can click to SUBMIT VIRTUAL RESULTS:

Finally, you can enter your distance - and since some people may take two walks or more than one run a day, you can enter multiple entries on the left and the box on the right will automatically sum them up and track them for you :)


Your cumulative progress will be viewable under the original RESULTS link once you start submitting activity:

 

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