Do It Anywhere! Run It Anytime or Row It Anytime or Do Both!
- As little as the cost of a single fitness class!
- Get ranked! Where do you place nationally for running or rowing?
- Earn that amazing RunRow Extreme Race medal!
- Feel truly Badass for doing this to raise money for Special Olympics
WHAT'S RunRow EXTREME RACE?
An opportunity to take part in a national level extremely unique race which benefits children and adult athletes with disabilities through Special Olympics.
- You can Row a 5K (5000 Meters)
- You can Run a 5K
- You can do Both
THE NATIONAL RANKING LEADERBOARD:
The leaderboard consists of 4 different opportunities...
- 5000 Meter Row with Water Rower
- 5000 Meter Row with Concept 2 Rower Set at Level 10
- 5K Treadmill Run
- 5K Road Run
HOW DO I GET RANKED & GET MY MEDAL?
Rowers - 5000 Meters Using a (Concept 2 Rower Set to Level 10) or a (WaterRower).
Runners - 5K Using either a (Treadmill) or (Road Run) using a Running App such as Strava, Nike, Runtastic or Runkeeper.
Concept 2 & WaterRower will have separate leaderboard rankings as Concept 2 rowing is significantly different than water rowing so make sure you take a photo of the rower's monitor and that it includes which type of rower you raced with. Again, Concept 2 Rower MUST be set to level 10 on the damper.
Treadmill use is simple, take a photo of your treadmill's time exactly at 3.1 miles (5K)
Running App - screen shot your app at exactly 3.1 miles (5K)
Email your photo or photos to: email@example.com
with Email Subject: Provide Your Order Number - RunRow Results
We love photos with faces and you just might wind up on the Badass Running Company page! However, face or not, to get your medal and to get ranked you must submit the photo proof indicated above.
Special Olympics - The mission of Special Olympics is to provide year-round sports training and competition in a variety of Olympic-type sports for people with intellectual disabilities who wish to participate, giving them continuing opportunities to develop physical fitness, demonstrate courage, experience joy and participate in the sharing of gifts, skills, and friendship with their families, other Special Olympics athletes, and the community.