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Before you enter The #MyMiles Challenge for SportsAid Week
The #MyMiles Challenge is back….and it’s bigger and better than ever! On average, a SportsAid athlete covers around 40 miles under their own steam in training every week. The challenge, which launched in SportsAid Week 2017, encourages supporters to keep these young sports stars company by undertaking physical activity and posting the distance they cover on social media.
This year the challenge is taking place throughout the whole of September. How you choose to cover the miles is entirely up to you! We would love to see a diverse range of activity. Remember....if it's not easy to record the distance of your activity....20 minutes = 1 mile. The combined total is close to breaking 20,000 miles from the last two years. So what are you waiting for?! Register today!
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Tell us....what would you like to achieve? Set yourself a target of as many miles as you wish. Remember to be ambitious with your challenge as time is on your side....you have a whole month to reach your goal after all!
Plan your own #MyMiles Marathon of 26.2 miles. You could set a course locally and run this all in one go, or gradually progress towards your target by completing a diverse range of activities throughout the month!
This is the distance a SportsAid athlete, on average, will get through under their own steam in training every week! Put yourself in their shoes and see how challenging it is to cover your miles around your busy daily life.
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About The #MyMiles Challenge for SportsAid Week
The #MyMiles Challenge pays tribute to the commitment, dedication and sacrifice shown by talented young athletes as they pursue their ambitions. A combined total of 19,722 miles was accumulated during SportsAid Week 2017 and 2018. The #MyMiles Challenge is growing in popularity year-on-year....so why not join the movement and help support the next generation of sporting heroes?
Race Nation allows you to set up a sponsorship page, via Sports Giving, if you would like to raise funds for SportsAid through the challenge. Fundraising is a key income stream for the charity and SportsAid Week has generated close to £150,000 since 2016. The success of the initiative's inaugural year has led to SportsAid Week becoming an annual fixture in the sporting calendar.