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  • Gala 3m ago
    4.2 miles
    52.0 minutes of bicycling, moderate pace = 4.2 miles
     #216 athlete.  6th Longest personal exercise.  Passed 17 athletes.
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  • StarBurst 4m ago
    7.2 miles
    7.2 miles of running/Walking = 7.2 miles
    Love running club with my babies!! Pays didn’t want in the picture but watched a movie while Jay and I ran 3.2 miles (16laps!!) this AM!! After my interview I decided to go do 4 more miles totaling 7.2 miles for Jan 24th, 2019 🏃‍♀️🏃‍♀️🏃‍♂️🏃‍♂️ #Running #RunningClub #MorningRunsWithMyKiddo #Nike #AllTheRunning #StarBurst1106 #DerbyLife #BuckedUpAmbassador #BuckedUpSupps #ORD #OkinawaRollerDerby #RoadTo1200Miles #Invicinle1200MilesIn2019 #OkiLiving #IslandLife
     #39 athlete.  5th Longest personal exercise.  Passed 8 athletes.
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  • TheSmythe 10m ago
    8.2 miles
    13.2 kilometers of running/Walking = 8.2 miles
    Crazy weather ... slippery and now have a hip flexor injury - Lindsay, Kawartha Lakes, ON, Canada
     #69 athlete.  2nd Longest personal exercise.  Passed 14 athletes.
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  • Debbie0809 16m ago
    4.0 miles
    4.01 miles of running/Walking = 4.01 miles
    Feeling stronger and stronger every day!!!
     #88 athlete.  Passed 15 athletes.
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  • CrazyLady 17m ago
    4.3 miles
    7.0 kilometers of running/Walking = 4.3 miles
    Dogwalk 2.7 km Run clinic 4.3 km = 7 km. - BC, Canada
     #62 athlete.  Passed 9 athletes.
    0
  • Ocrmomma 23m ago
    13.6 miles
    13.6 miles of running/Walking = 13.6 miles
    - Fort Walton Beach, FL, USA
     #24 athlete.  Longest personal exercise.  Passed 11 athletes.
    0
  • Babydoll290578 23m ago
    0.6 miles
    1.0 kilometer of running/Walking = 0.6 mile
     #110 athlete.  Passed 1 athlete.
    0
  • Ksrungal 26m ago
    12.0 miles
    12.0 miles of running/Walking = 12.0 miles
     #63 athlete.  Longest personal exercise.  Passed 21 athletes.
    0
  • SaraG 28m ago
    1.8 miles
    1.84 miles of running/Walking = 1.84 miles
     #93 athlete.  Passed 8 athletes.
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  • DS47 33m ago
    14.3 miles
    23.09 kilometers of running/Walking = 14.35 miles
    Morning Cycle ride
     #81 athlete.  4th Longest personal exercise.  Passed 50 athletes.
    0
  • MJEsteves 36m ago
    3.2 miles
    3.25 miles of running/Walking = 3.25 miles
    Intervals for 2 miles
     #200 athlete.  2nd Longest personal streak grows to 6 days at 4.75 miles/day.  8th Longest personal exercise.  Passed 7 athletes.
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  • Zack89 37m ago
    4.1 miles
    4.1 miles of running/Walking = 4.1 miles
     #229 athlete.  Longest personal streak grows to 5 days at 5.24 miles/day.  Passed 18 athletes.
    0
  • Turty 39m ago
    1.6 miles
    2.58 kilometers of running/Walking = 1.60 miles
    Walk home...feeling tired
     #41 athlete.  Passed 2 athletes.
    0
  • Enala 40m ago
    3.8 miles
    6.19 kilometers of running/Walking = 3.85 miles
    🏃
     #266 athlete.  Passed 15 athletes.
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  • Harleygrandma 49m ago
    2.8 miles
    4.53 kilometers of running/Walking = 2.81 miles
     #72 athlete.  Longest personal streak grows to 23 days at 5.10 miles/day.  Passed 4 athletes.
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  • droh 57m ago
    3.6 miles
    7576.0 steps of steps = 3.6 miles
     #242 athlete.  Longest personal streak grows to 18 days at 3.78 miles/day.  6th Longest personal exercise.  Passed 17 athletes.
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  • Megs1985 59m ago
    6.2 miles
    10.0 kilometers of running/Walking = 6.2 miles
    An addition to today’s run. - Saskatchewan, Canada
     #188 athlete.  Passed 22 athletes.
    0
  • SoaronWings 1h ago
    3.7 miles
    3.72 miles of running/Walking = 3.72 miles
    #jugsontherun
     #215 athlete.  Longest personal streak grows to 23 days at 3.23 miles/day.  5th Longest personal exercise.  Passed 15 athletes.
    0
  • ArlaKT 1h ago
    3.1 miles
    3.1 miles of running/Walking = 3.1 miles
     #229 athlete.  Passed 12 athletes.
    0
  • Shannie 1h ago
    10.0 miles
    10.0 miles of running/Walking = 10.0 miles
     #15 athlete.  Longest personal streak grows to 11 days at 10.33 miles/day.
    0
  • MelissaZanette 1h ago
    4.0 miles
    6.5 kilometers of running/Walking = 4.0 miles
    Treadmill run
     #170 athlete.  Passed 13 athletes.
    0
  • Vas 1h ago
    6.8 miles
    10.88 kilometers of running/Walking = 6.76 miles
     #52 athlete.  3rd Longest personal exercise.  Passed 6 athletes.
    0
  • RocknRobin 1h ago
    2.0 miles
    2.0 miles of running/Walking = 2.0 miles
    #jugsontherun
     #327 athlete.  2nd Longest personal streak grows to 5 days at 2.20 miles/day.  Passed 7 athletes.
    0
  • Mdawson714 1h ago
    6.0 miles
    60.0 minutes of vigorous activity (cardio class, HIIT, spinning) = 6.0 miles
  • Mdawson714 1h ago
    4.9 miles
    4.91 miles of running/Walking = 4.91 miles
     #22 athlete.  Longest personal streak grows to 11 days at 9.90 miles/day.  Passed 2 athletes.
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  • Paynem14 1h ago
    5.0 miles
    5.0 miles of running/Walking = 5.0 miles
     #121 athlete.  Passed 15 athletes.
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  • Carnold0904 1h ago
    1.5 miles
    1.5 miles of running/Walking = 1.5 miles
     #150 athlete.  Longest personal streak grows to 23 days at 3.98 miles/day.  Passed 5 athletes.
    0
  • Koji 1h ago
    2.6 miles
    2.59 miles of running/Walking = 2.59 miles
     #271 athlete.  9th Longest personal exercise.  Passed 11 athletes.
    0
  • Glenn 1h ago
    2.4 miles
    2.38 miles of running/Walking = 2.38 miles
     #93 athlete.  Longest personal streak grows to 23 days at 4.62 miles/day.  Passed 12 athletes.
    0
  • Ddeal 1h ago
    3.0 miles
    3.0 miles of running/Walking = 3.0 miles
     #433 athlete.  Longest personal exercise.  Passed 2 athletes.
    0
  • StaceyTrotts 1h ago
    3.4 miles
    5.53 kilometers of running/Walking = 3.44 miles
    Snowshoeing
     #88 athlete.  Longest personal streak grows to 11 days at 4.30 miles/day.  Passed 13 athletes.
    0
  • Sheephunter68 1h ago
    4.7 miles
    4.7 miles of running/Walking = 4.7 miles
     #65 athlete.  Longest personal streak grows to 5 days at 5.22 miles/day.  7th Longest personal exercise.  Passed 12 athletes.
    0
  • biodyno 1h ago
    5.1 miles
    5.1 miles of running/Walking = 5.1 miles
     #237 athlete.  Longest personal streak grows to 5 days at 5.03 miles/day.  Passed 24 athletes.
    0
  • Shogunofsarcasm 2h ago
    3.7 miles
    3.75 miles of running/Walking = 3.75 miles
    Converted from 45min high intensity pole fit
     #61 athlete.  Passed 5 athletes.
    0
  • SarahK2019 2h ago
    5.5 miles
    55.0 minutes of vigorous activity (cardio class, HIIT, spinning) = 5.5 miles
    P90x class
     #262 athlete.  Passed 22 athletes.
    0
  • shawbe73 2h ago
    8.0 miles
    8.0 miles of running/Walking = 8.0 miles
    - Redenius Chiropractic PLC and Lake City 24 Hour Fitness LLC, East Main Street, Lake City, IA, USA
     #73 athlete.  Back after 7 days.  5th Longest personal exercise.  Passed 13 athletes.
    0
  • Sabitha 2h ago
    5.5 miles
    55.0 minutes of vigorous activity (cardio class, HIIT, spinning) = 5.5 miles
     #59 athlete.  Passed 10 athletes.
    0
  • Einy1 2h ago
    3.5 miles
    3.5 miles of running/Walking = 3.5 miles
     #330 athlete.  Passed 11 athletes.
    0
  • Marathonman 2h ago
    4.3 miles
    4.3 miles of running/Walking = 4.3 miles
    Slush fest tonight. - Toronto, ON, Canada
     #81 athlete.  Longest personal streak grows to 23 days at 4.79 miles/day.  Passed 12 athletes.
    0
  • ReneT 2h ago
    4.0 miles
    4.0 miles of running/Walking = 4.0 miles
    - Pettit National Ice Center, South 84th Street, Milwaukee, WI, USA
     #159 athlete.  Passed 12 athletes.
    0
  • Elitejewels 2h ago
    3.8 miles
    3.78 miles of running/Walking = 3.78 miles
    Speed Intervals at the indoor Track - Fort St John, BC, Canada
     #66 athlete.  Longest personal streak grows to 5 days at 5.04 miles/day.  Passed 9 athletes.
    0
  • MelissaZanette 2h ago
    2.7 miles
    4.3 kilometers of running/Walking = 2.7 miles
    Snowshoe
     #183 athlete.  9th Longest personal exercise of this race.  Passed 12 athletes.
    0
  • Jolenedez 2h ago
    4.0 miles
    4.0 miles of running/Walking = 4.0 miles
     #102 athlete.  Passed 18 athletes.
    0
  • GZ 2h ago
    4.9 miles
    4.89 miles of running/Walking = 4.89 miles
     #140 athlete.  3rd Longest personal exercise.  Passed 17 athletes.
    0
  • JillyKBean 2h ago
    4.5 miles
    45.0 minutes of vigorous activity (cardio class, HIIT, spinning) = 4.5 miles
     #276 athlete.  Longest personal exercise.  Passed 12 athletes.
    0
  • Dan73 2h ago
    2.5 miles
    50.0 minutes of moderate activity (yoga, weights, ect.) = 2.5 miles
    Bootcamp - Vitality Fitness Calgary, Macleod Trail Southeast, Calgary, AB, Canada
     #11 athlete.  Longest personal streak grows to 23 days at 10.71 miles/day.  Passed 1 athlete.
    0
  • kgavelda 2h ago
    5.0 miles
    5.0 miles of running/Walking = 5.0 miles
     #370 athlete.  Longest personal exercise.  Passed 11 athletes.
    0
  • HufflePond 2h ago
    2.3 miles
    2.33 miles of running/Walking = 2.33 miles
     #372 athlete.  Longest personal streak grows to 4 days at 3.11 miles/day.  4th Longest personal exercise.  Passed 7 athletes.
    0
  • Joelchoco 2h ago
    3.3 miles
    3.34 miles of running/Walking = 3.34 miles
     #211 athlete.  Passed 12 athletes.
    0
  • Gofur 2h ago
    3.3 miles
    3.3 miles of running/Walking = 3.3 miles
    Don't you 4k about me .... turned 5k
     #372 athlete.  Passed 11 athletes.
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  • Suds Jan 20
    I have been logging minutes for stationary bike time instead of actual miles. I notice the leaders are logging stationary bike time in miles. Which is right? .....Rob
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    Hey there! It's totally up to you. See the About Tab for more information on optional conversions :)!!
  • KarlaL Jan 17
    Is there a way to follow a friend that registered with me, but we're running individual races. Not as a team? :-)
    1
    There's no way to follow someone at this time BUT it's super easy to create your own group. Just add the same Group hashtag to your Bios and then you'll be able to see each other's progress by clicking your Group at the top of the Athletes tab :)
  • Udeni666 Jan 14
    The date in my log is wrong and when I select the present date I get a message saying that I'm selecting a date in the future . How do I correct this pls
    2
    RunMo Racery is based on US times so it will not match your time zone, unfortunately. You may need to log the date prior to your actual run date. Craigy
    Thank you
  • ShePink Jan 14
    Why can I add 10 miles of cycling? My time equates to fewer miles than I actually covered.
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    Racery is based on US times so it will not match your time zone, unfortunately. You may need to log the date prior to your actual run date.
    Please excuse the prior comment. To enter exact miles, use the run/walk option. All other options are for the purpose of conversion to running miles.
  • Craigy Jan 12
    How do I add my friend who registered with me to my team #GandC2gether
    3
    Just use the hashtag to log your miles together. Give him the copy of your email you got from us so he can sign up.
    @RunMo which email I have recieved almost 10 emails.
    If he does not have Racery access yet, you need to give him the one with the directions to get on Racery.
  • Trigirl169 Jan 9
    So I submitted my activity for our bike ride - rode about 10 miles on Sunday - didn't calculate correctly on this - only registered maybe a mile? Kayaking have no issue with - but cycling - those are different miles - especially on days when I go long distances by myself - why can't I put down miles versus minutes? All miles count for this journey shouldn't just be running/walking that counts in miles or kilometers.
    1
    Hi!! All activity selections are an OPTIONAL conversion method that will convert other activities to running/walking miles. If you'd like continue submitting in EXACT mileage for ANY activity, simply use the Running/Walking option. The conversions are for the benefit of those that don't have trackers :) See the About Section for more information.
  • drakos Jan 9
    while I'm doing in 50 minutes 18 miles or 29 kilometers showing me that I only do 4.2 miles. why?
    1
    Hi!! All activity selections are an OPTIONAL conversion method that will convert other activities to running/walking miles. If you'd like continue submitting in EXACT mileage for ANY activity, simply use the Running/Walking option. The conversions are for the benefit of those that don't have trackers :) See the About Section for more information.
  • RunMo Jan 8
    First week done! How did everyone do??
    1
    Off to a good start! Just trying to keep the momentum going. I like how the Challenge motivates me to do at least a little bit every day! :)
  • Crity Jan 7
    Question: I didn’t get a run walk in today. But I did a high impact step class giving me about 3 miles in step class and or 6500 steps. Does this count? Or should I not count this?
    1
    Of course it counts. All steps regardless of how achieved count.
  • Dragonesque Jan 7
    Why is my map in Florida not France?
    4
    You have two maps -- the group map and your own personal map. The group map is in Europe. The personal map is a trek across the US. It's just another way to monitor your overall progress.
    @RunMo Is there a map for Canada that I could use rather than the US?
    No. These are the Racery settings.
    Thanks for your reply, it never hurts to ask. I am still enjoying the challenge and mostly I'm looking at the group map anyway.
  • SallyFK Jan 7
    How come on the first couple of days I could log bike rides as miles/kms but now only in minutes. Strava says I did 9.7 miles in 56 minutes but if I log 56 minutes on here it only gives me 4.5 miles. I could just log it as a run but it just seems odd that it’s changed. Really enjoying it though! Thanks for the motivation!
    1
    Sorry! Should have read replies to other comments first! Question answered already!
  • GMoney Jan 6
    Having a blast with all this! Very cool way to stay motivated. Everyone keep up the good work and thanks to the admins for being so helpful!
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  • Bounds Jan 6
    Exellent job to everyone keep putting that first step forward!!!
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  • Albita Jan 6
    I logged the previous mileage through my cellular but unfortunately it is not working properly today and I entered the information through the computer. I just want to make sure I have a total of 30.13 miles since I started last January 2, 2019. Have a wonderful day!
    3
    I don’t see your total for some reason
    Hi! I'm only seeing .7 miles logged. Shoot me an email at kayla@racery.com if you continue to have issues -- happy to help!
    Checking back in :) On your .7 mile log, it looks like you posted 7 miles in minutes instead of choosing the exact mileage option. You can delete the incorrect log yourself at any time. Again feel free to shoot me an email at kayla@racery.com if you have any continued questions/issues!!
  • RunMo Jan 5
    ANOTHER REMINDER!!!! All activity selections are an OPTIONAL conversion method that will convert other activities to running/walking miles. If you'd like continue submitting in EXACT mileage for ANY activity, simply use the Running/Walking option. The conversions are for the benefit of those that don't have trackers :) See the About Section for more information.
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  • Bamd Jan 5
    Yeah I totally agree ...it was so much better before..
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    All activity selections are an OPTIONAL conversion method that will convert other activities to running/walking miles. If you'd like continue submitting in EXACT mileage for ANY activity, simply use the Running/Walking option. The conversions are for the benefit of those that don't have trackers :) See the About Section for more information. RunMo
  • Mirfxp Jan 5
    Didn't like the new way to log the distances., cause it translate minutes in miles and its not accurate.. Its better if we can put the miles, yards or meters, I think the time is irrelevant in this challenge and distances and time depends in athlete pace
    1
    The cycling activity selection is an OPTIONAL conversion that will convert cycling to running/walking miles. If you'd like continue submitting in EXACT mileage, use the Running/Walking option :) See the About Section for more information. RunMo
  • Mirfxp Jan 5
    Didn't like the new way to log the distances., cause it translate minutes in miles and its not accurated.. Its better if we can put the miles, yards or meters, I think the time is irrelevant in this challenge and distances and time depends in athlete pace
    1
    The cycling activity selection is an OPTIONAL conversion that will convert cycling to running/walking miles. If you'd like continue submitting in EXACT mileage, use the Running/Walking option :) See the About Section for more information. RunMo
  • BobbyReen Jan 5
    Hey Admin .... we biked a vigorous 25 miles today and the moderate biking of 90 mins translated to 7.2 miles ..... that’s a downer .... should the biking not be changed actual distance travelled ..... 25 miles becoming 7.2 is not motivating for sure .......
    1
    The cycling activity selection is an OPTIONAL conversion that will convert cycling to running/walking miles. If you'd like continue submitting in EXACT mileage, use the Running/Walking option :) See the About Section for more information. RunMo
  • Coffee Jan 5
    I was wondering where did people get the calendars they are colouring in with all their miles? It would be great to have something like that on my wall to motivate me and my family to keep moving. This group is amazing and very inspirational.
    2
    You can locate it on the 1200 Facebook group, in the files tab at the top.
    @Mantooth Thank you 🙂
  • Janeravn Jan 4
    Is it possible to add "favorite" participants to a list, to follow friends in the challenge..??
    3
    Not at this time but I LOVE that idea!! I'll bring it up with the rest of the Racery team :)
    OH! Idea!!! You and your friends can create your own group. Just add the same Group hashtag to your Bios and then you'll be able to see each other's progress by clicking your Group at the top of the Athletes tab :)
    @RaceryKayla Thanks We will try that
  • PrincipalJones Jan 4
    Everybody is doing great! I wake up and see how many miles others have logged and it motivates me to get going. Thanks!
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  • NiaS Jan 4
    So just to clarify - I can log all my miles here only -? The is the most convenient way .
    2
    I hope so cos this is where I'm logging mine!
    Yes! All logging is optional, and you can choose to log anywhere and any way you'd like :)
  • NTboy65 Jan 4
    How come my bike session is converted to minutes and not kilometers?
    1
    Hi! It's submitted in minutes and converted to miles. Keep in mind that is an OPTIONAL conversion selection that will convert cycling to running/walking miles. If you'd like continue submitting in EXACT mileage, use the Running/Walking option :) See the About Section for more information.
  • RunMo Jan 3
    The log has been updated so that you can convert other activities to running miles. If you prefer to enter your data in exact mileage, please select the "Running/walking" option to do so.
    1
    Additional information about the race guidelines and optional conversions can be found in the About + Join tab :)
  • semia Jan 3
    I didn't realize this wasn't just for runners?!!!
    4
    If you signed up through Run Motivators, it is listed in the event description, our Facebook ads, and directly on the 1200 Mile Challenge page as well as in the "About" section here on Racery. Run, walk, bike, hike, row.
    @RunMo thanks! In the past, I've only seen runners on my Racery Treks.
    We are an all-ability friendly company that permits other activities. We feel this also is important as it promotes cross training, which will help to prevent overuse injuries.
    @RunMo well said, thanks!
  • TeriH Jan 3
    Hope everyone is doing well! I've noticed that racery won't let me log my actual miles, just the minutes and level (vigorous/moderate). It has created a guessing game and results in inaccurate data. Can anyone advise?
    3
    Hey Teri!! We've added OPTIONAL conversions that you can use to eliminate the guessing games those that would like to convert to running miles are trying to achieve. If you do not want to convert your mileage, continue to select the running/walking option :) See the About Section for more information!
    @RaceryKayla thank you for the quick response!!
    Of course!! Shout if you have anymore questions :) Sorry for any confusion -- sometimes when you try to eliminate confusion in one way, you can create it somewhere else LOL.
  • Dan73 Jan 3
    Funny: 1200 miles map shows me going from Paris to Rome, but 'my trek' shows me going from Florida to Alaska.
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    Hey Dan! Your personal trek is a separate Racery feature that will capture all miles logged while in a live challenge. You then will have the option (once your challenge is over) to continue tracking mileage there :)
    @RaceryKayla thanks!
  • Dan73 Jan 3
    Why should I sign up with Racery as well as with Runmotivators? Isn't it sufficient to have one or the other? I don't wanna log my activities in two locations...
    3
    You don't have to log in both!!
    Thanks
    Technically, you don't have to log at all. This challenge is 100% on the honor system. You can log anywhere and anyway you'd like.
  • Udeni666 Jan 2
    if I happen to run twice in one day how do i log it in pls?
    1
    You can log as many times a day as you'd like :)
  • Halo1974 Jan 2
    How do I get my miles to be recognised and saved in racery? I
    1
    Click on "Log activity" and enter it manually.
  • WilFull1 Jan 2
    Why does the maps always have me in another country other than my own?
    2
    This is a virtual route for everyone so we can all be on the same path and see each other's progress.
    @RunMo, Okies, thanks
  • Kyte75 Jan 2
    Curious, does anyone log other activity, such as martial arts, as miles? If so, how do you count the miles...x steps = 1 miles, x minutes of activity = 1mile, x calories burned = 1 mile, etc? Any help would be appreciated.
    1
    Hey there!! We've worked with Run Motivators to add in some OPTIONAL conversion options to use when logging :) See the About Section "guidelines" for details!!
  • NicoleB Jan 2
    My miles show up on the challenge, but not on my trek. Any idea why?
    1
    Hey Nicole!! I'm seeing your 6.2 miles reflected in your personal trek :) Shoot me an email at kayla@racery.com if you're seeing something differently!
  • Pokey29 Jan 2
    I am loving reading all the logged miles really motivates me. You are all my hero’es!! Seriously it’s amazing Thank you
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  • RunMo Jan 2
    A reminder about this event: We've got racers all over the globe! To keep everyone on the same page, we've come up with some handy guidelines: We rely on the honor system... you don't have to use a device to prove your miles -- a good map suffices. In addition to running and walking, you may also cycle, swim, or row your miles. You do NOT have to convert those miles to running miles, but may do so if that is your preference. Only intentional miles please! Please attribute your mileage to the appropriate day -- don't combine mileage from multiple days. Please only backdate mileage for a race up to two weeks in the past. Miles submitted after the race ends will not count toward race leaderboards.
    2
    I’m sorry, maybe I’m a bit slow but you mentioned ‘Please only backdate mileage for a race up to 2 weeks in the past. Mile submitted after the race ends will not count toward race leaderboard.’ Does this mean we can’t add miles of a race? How can we add miles before a race ends? Sorry I’m just confused by the wording of this statement. I apologize if this is obvious to everyone but me.
    @1_Crazy_Ironmum Hey there! The race mentioned in that statement is this challenge :) It ends on Dec 31st 2019-- so any mileage you have to enter, needs to be entered before then. Hope this helps!
  • AKe Jan 1
    how do i include pic in my bio
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    click on the square icon in upper right corner to access the menu, then click on "my bio".
    @RunMo thanks. have to join then only can do it. Done. thanks
  • WongDong Jan 1
    Tried to log activity but no good....must have to wait each day till after 4pm to add.
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  • Taryono Jan 1
    The same problem, can't log my activity because of the date (today is 2nd january 2019 in my place not 2018)
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  • NTboy65 Jan 1
    How can you change the map, I want to run around Australia, not go from Paris to Rome (although that would be cool)
    1
    You can't. This is the virtual route selected for this race, just as it was advertised in the event description. We intentionally picked a route that would allow user to explore areas they may never be able to go otherwise. It's just for fun!
  • NTboy65 Jan 1
    Hi there, trying to log on an activity that ive done on 2/jan 2019. It wont let me. is that because of the time difference with the US? very frustrating....from the future people
    1
    We will need to contact Racery support to determine the problem.
  • Turty Jan 1
    Trying to log my activity but its not letting me...it says 2018 although the calendar is on today...any suggestions?
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  • Phairenthoi Jan 1
    Hello I just have this question. can I log activity by playing some different activity other than running like playing football or badminton. If so how can I record the distance. I have a fitness wrist band which calculate distance and steps. Is there a way I can connect this device with this app. Can u help me.
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    You can log any intentional miles as you see fit according to your goals and abilities.
    @RunMo oh thank you.
  • Oomps Dec 31, 2018
    Unfortunately I can't log my journey from this morning. I was so excited after my 10+ Km run. Its now 16:55 New Year's Day here in New Zealand and I still can't add my time from 10:00 this morning. I have a 2.5hr bike ride at 05:00 tomorrow New Zealand time and this looks like I won't be able to log till late on 02nd 😞
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    You should be able to log it now.
  • NTboy65 Dec 31, 2018
    Already been for a run but cant log in.....Us cool people from the future, who can time travel...lol
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    The log is open. Log away, future people!
  • Orsolya Dec 31, 2018
    I cant log my activity... :( What can I do?
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    I’m the same it won’t open til 12:00am EST which for me is 4pm on 1st Jan in Australia. So depends on where you are, to when you will be able to start logging in.
    @Lambert ....the problem of the future people strikes again....lol
    Same here, it's now 2:00pm here in NZ and still can't log my run 😪
    Unfortunately I'm the same. Was so excited after my 10+Km run. Its now 16:55 New Year's Day here in New Zealand and I still can't add my time from 10:00 this morning. I have a 2.5hr bike ride at 05:00 tomorrow New Zealand time and this looks like I won't be able to log till late on 02nd 😞
  • elorarunner Dec 31, 2018
    Since signing up for this race I had retinal detachment surgery in Dec so will be starting out with walking until I get the okay to run. Excited to have this motivation and encouragement.
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    Take good care of yourself. My dad hadcthat and I know it’s quite an emergency.
    @schultcw. Thanks. It wasn't much fun. My retina detached on a Monday night and by that Friday I was having surgery. That was 2.5 weeks ago. Not what I had planned right before Christmas.
  • Steve0707RE Dec 31, 2018
    Good luck to all starting this adventure tomorrow have a great 2019 🏊‍♂️🚴🏻‍♂️🏃‍♂️
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  • NiaS Dec 30, 2018
    This will be the biggest challenge that I have set myself. ... really need to do this for a great 2019 .. not looking back anymore :)
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  • Rungirl-74 Dec 30, 2018
    I am all signed up and so ready to run!! I am in Canada. When I signed in on the app and logged my info it would not come up to enter my province even though I select Canada as my country? It’s still kept asking me what state? Anyone else have that problem?
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    I am from Canada as well and cannot enter province either.
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  • From: Paris, France
  • To: Rome, Italy
  • Start date: January 1, 2019
  • End date: December 31, 2019
  • Route distance: 1,200.0 miles
  • Total logged: 36,177.6 miles
Welcome to the INVINCIBLE 1200 Miles in 2019 Challenge hosted by Run Motivators!

Run Motivators is an all-inclusive community. We encourage participants from all walks of life, all ages, and all abilities to participate by whatever means their bodies enable them to do so. Our events include everyone from beginners to seasoned marathoners to individuals in wheel chairs that hand cycle their miles.

We emphasize the "what I CAN do", not the "what I can't", and this has motivated thousands of people to get off the couch, be active, and STAY active. We take pride in the positive, supportive, judgement-free communities that we have created. We hope you enjoy this personal challenge and that it gets you up and moving!!

You can complete activity anyway and anywhere you want. Log on the race page and watch your own progress on the map from Paris to Rome with others in the Run Motivator Group!

Catch a Google Street View of your current spot and cheer on your real fellow challengers with comments on their posts!

We've got challengers all over the globe! To keep everyone on the same page, we've come up with some handy guidelines:
  1. We rely on the honor system... you don't have to use a device to prove your miles -- a good map suffices.
  2. In addition to running and walking, you may also cycle, swim, or row your miles. You do NOT have to convert those miles to running miles, but may do so if that is your preference -- simply select your desired activity option when logging miles and how many minutes you did that activity. The software will automatically convert to running/walking miles. **If you do not want to convert, please select the Running/Walking activity. .
  3. On top of the specific activities listed in #3, you may choose to record other types of activity. Please select one of the general activity options (moderate of vigorous) and input how many minutes you did that activity. The software will automatically convert to running/walking miles.
  4. Only intentional miles please!
  5. Please attribute your mileage to the appropriate day -- don't combine mileage from multiple days.
  6. Please only backdate mileage for a race up to two weeks in the past.
  7. Miles submitted after the race ends on December 31st, 2019 at 11:59:59EST will not count toward race leaderboards.
  8. Please note that the race runs on Eastern Standard Time.

**Note: All optional conversions are based on a translation of steps into hour/mile. For example, an hour of cycling will register as 4.83 miles on the route, while the same period of swimming will register as 5.14 miles. If you use a step counter while you are intentionally walking or running, just enter those as steps and we’ll convert them too!

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