Global Running Day is a day for people around the world to celebrate the joys of running. Participation is easy—just pledge to take part in some type of running activity June 3, 2020. It can be a solo lap around the block, a long run with friends, (socially distanced) or even a game of tag with your kids. The key is to share your passion for the sport and inspire others to get moving too.
The rules are simple: Capture a selfie photo of you and street sign on your run or along a walk in your neighborhood. Social distancing, please. We’ll pick 5 winners in a raffle-style drawing from the photos to share on social media and Cap10K.com.
In addition to our photo contest, we’re also sharing some fun activities from Marathon Kids to celebrate Global Running Day. Click on the link below to learn more about Marathon Kids.
Take every opportunity to responsibly explore your street, neighborhood or town to find unique street signs from around the world. This adventure may take you to places you’ve never been before. Make sure to include yourself in the selfie to prove you’re the global traveler everyone talks about.
This Global Running Day, share your photo with the world. Be the first to capture something unique. Use your smartphone to capture and catalog your photos. Individual photos are nice but why not include a collage of your global trek? Use your own layout builder or download a free collage-maker app to assemble your personal photos.
Download and save one of these passport stamps to your smart phone album. Then use them as one of the photos in your photo collage. The images can also be overlaid on the photo to give the appearance of an authentic stamp from a global traveler.
Now that you’ve researched, explored and cataloged your Earth Day adventure, let’s get it published. Select the button below to submit your photo collage entry.
The first five numbers drawn will receive a Cap10K running hat, Health Alliance for Austin Musicians (HAAM) canteen, CLIF Bar and $25 H-E-B gift card. Each photo is equal to one entry. Winning numbers are drawn at random from photos submitted.