You can run it, walk, swim or cycle. It can be a metric 9 3/4 or a imperial 9 3/4 (km or miles. You can even complete across several sessions throughout the month. In fact, it could be 9 3/4 hours of fitness or even days. Incorporating weight training, football, dance, running, cheerleading, basically anything as long as its a proven fitness activity.
Please note you are paying to enter the Virtual Race. The medal is a reward for completing the challenge and submitting evidence by the deadline date.
The challenge can be a Virtual Distance Challenge and/or a Virtual Fitness Challenge.
Commit to 9 & 3/4 distance !
So this could be 9 & 3/4 km, or miles. Running, cycling, swimming or walking.
It is a magical design and fit for every muggle as reward bling. You wont be disappointed.
By the end of this virtual challenge you will be a virtual fitness and/or virtual distance
Medals will then be posted to all those that have submitted results by the deadline. Medals are sent second class by Royal Mail.
Free UK shipping on all of our virtual races and virtual fitness challenge medals.
The Red Box Project will receive £2 of every £12 entry fee
The Red Box Project is a community-based, not-for-profit initiative, which aims to support young people throughout their periods by providing red boxes filled with free period products to local schools.
The Red Box Project was founded in March 2017 by three friends who wanted to give young people in their local area access to period products, stocking boxes with underwear and tights too. After reading about ‘Period Poverty‘ in the news, they were angered at the idea that young women were missing out on their education because they couldn’t afford the products they needed during their period. They decided to take action and contacted several secondary schools in Portsmouth to ask if a constantly stocked box of menstrual product would be welcomed. The feedback from teachers was that the issue was real and the resource was needed.
Recognising that the need was nationwide, they invited individuals from across the country to be a part of this movement and the response was overwhelming. From Scotland to Cornwall as well as overseas, people began to group together, set up Red Boxes filled with tampons, pads, tights and underwear which were then delivered in to local schools. They fundraised, collected, had craft sales and donations drives, all to make sure their boxes never became empty.