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This week, we want to see how far you can go! Log your individual miles, and we'll score you as a team - the team who has the most average miles per registered runner is the winner this week. Requirements:
1. Navigate to "Log Distance Challenge Miles" from the menu (or follow this link). There are actually buttons that say "Log Activities" or "Submit Virtual Results" ALL OVER the site and on your RunSignup profile. Any one of these buttons will take you to the right place
2. Search for yourself by name or by email address and date of birth
3. You'll show up twice in the seach. This is fine - only one of you will have a button to log activities. Click the Log Activities Button.
4. Enter the date of the activity and the distance in miles. If you have a fun note about the run, you can add a comment, but it isn't required. Hit Submit at the bottom.
You can also add your miles directly from a GPX file, but this does not give us access to the GPX file for any verification. It just fills in your date and distance automatically.
5. Your submitted! There is usually a lag of 2-4 minutes before your results will show up on the results page, so don't be too impatient.
6. Repeat with each run.
You can view results in three ways, none of which will tell you directly who is winning
But I'm not great at running distance. Am I going to hurt my club?
Any miles are better for your club than no miles! The average is on total registered runners for the club, so anything you can do is better than doing nothing at all. And don't stress: this is the only week where distance counts, so you can shine on onther weeks.
If I go for a walk, does that count?
Maybe. The regular walking you do throughout the day does not count. But if you use a run/walk method or just walking for your intentional exercise, then yes, that counts. Use your common sense and integrity: if it counts for you, it counts for us.