Virtual race management dashboards make hosting easy

Our multiple dashboards make it fast and simple for race sponsors to motivate participants. Our virtual race management dashboards empower a race sponsor to: Edit text and images in the virtual race’s “about” tab (video) Change the race’s start date, distance or registration fee Add or edit route segments (video) …

Fund raise with a virtual run art 5k challenge (new!)

Our newest virtual race model, the Run Art Challenge, boosts community and inclusivity for charities and companies hosting a virtual 5k. Now you can host a turkey trot 5k in which racers actually draw virtual drumsticks, pie slices or forks! The challenge’s shared online map displays the route of each …

Examples of sizzle reels for virtual races

Sizzle reels are a fantastic way to celebrate and remember the spirit of a virtual race. These recent videos, below, use photos that racers posted during their respective events. Hosted by wear blue: run to remember, the Piestewa Challenge honored the 174 women who have given their lives in continued …

Motivate virtual racers with beautiful personalized digital bling

Racery’s virtual races motivate racers with lots of types of digital bling. Some racers print their personalized bibs or awards to display on an office wall or refrigerator, others share their digital versions on social media. The bling examples below show what every racer gets in standard Racery events. The …

Eleven reasons a virtual race works better with teams

Want to supercharge your next virtual race? Invite racers to compete on teams! Teams add extra layers of competition to a virtual race. In addition to Racery’s standard individual leader boards, teams jockey in real-time leader boards that tally team miles and (in charity races) contributions. Teams engage people who …

‘Awesome’ virtual charity race ‘runs itself’ for JA South Dakota

This spring when Junior Achievement of South Dakota started pondering how Covid 19 would affect its work, two things were clear, says Rachel Petersen, events manager for the organization. First, looming economic dislocation meant that JA’s programs for K-12 students—about financial literacy, work readiness and entrepreneurship—would be more important than …