Are you ready for the final decade in our Retro Running Series? It’s here and ready to get a bit noughtie!
It’s time to rewind back to the 2000’s, when Craig David ruled the charts, Big Brother was on our screens and Nokia was king of the mobile phones (and who can forget the Y2K bug that never happened?)
This February we’re spending a whole month celebrating these 10 years of modern history!
As always, sign up to one of the following distances, choose if you would like to complete your run in one go or over a number of days and complete your run when you can.
- Half marathon
- Full marathon
Once you’ve completed your distance, simply upload your evidence to our Strava or Facebook group and we will post your medal to you.
Every supporter that takes part will receive access to the ultimate 00s playlist, 00s event page, where you will find competitions, votes and more as well as an exclusive 00s retro medal once the run is complete.
Anyone who raises or donates £25 will also receive an exclusive I Love the 00’s technical top!
Please note that all medals will be sent out at the end of February no matter when you complete the event, so anyone who completes their run at the start of the month please bear in mind your medal won’t be posted until the end of February when the 00s run finishes.
Why not sign up for the complete Retro Running Series?
Over the last 12 months we’ve visited every decade from the 60s to the 00s, but now’s your chance to sign up for every decade from our Retro Running Series. You can now sign up for all five decades and not only will you receive five exclusive medals, you’ll also earn yourself the ultimate Retro Running Series medal. You’ll also get access to five retro playlists and five techical tops Find out more on our Retro Running Series page.
Important information – Please read:
We want your Retro Run to be as fun and as safe as possible, because of this we ask you please read the following important information below to stay safe and protect others.
It is absolutely vital that those taking on a virtual run, walk or cycle follow the strict Government instructions.
Following on from yesterday’s (04/01/2021) announcement, the current guidelines for exercise are as follows:
- Exercise should be limited to once per day & you should not travel outside your local area.
- You can exercise in a public outdoor place, either by yourself, with the people you live with, with your support bubble (if you are legally permitted to form one) or when on your own, with one person from another household.
It is absolutely essential that we all follow the Government instructions.
You are taking on this challenge in support of those living with lung cancer. They are at high risk of serious illness if they contract this virus, so please make sure you only take on this challenge in line with the latest Government instruction and stay safe.