We are bringing to you the opportunity to keep moving this winter with the December Movement Virtual Relay. Participate by running or walking at your convenience, socially distanced with a determined and energetic group of friends, family or colleagues in this memorable virtual relay! Run or walk on your neighborhood streets, trails, parks and keep up with the rest of your team through social media and our unique app! Movement is so important to ensuring mental and physical well-being. We believe in the power of sport to uplift each of us, and in these times it’s never been more important to help each other achieve balance in mind and body. We will continue to do all we can to help the world achieve that goal.
DATE: December 4 – 19, 2020
Choose to run or walk 50 miles or 75 miles.
PARTICIPANTS PER TEAM:
2-6 members per team
THE INDIVIDUAL CHALLENGE:
Challenge yourself to running or walking 2 miles a day for 14 days in a row! Use the timing app and log your mileage each day to reach 28 total miles!
$20 per participant (individual challenge or relay)
Includes: Shirt, Bib, Finisher’s Certificate, App, and Charity Donation!
THREE WAYS TO PARTICIPATE:
3. Register your team or individually and track your mileage to your total anyway that works best for you. There is no official submission needed.
Post your progress on social media and encourage others through the holidays! Make sure to tag @htcrelay!
Register for the December Movement Relay.
9am – 12pm Drive through T-shirt (included in registration) at the HTC Office – 7236 SW Durham Rd Suite 800 Portland OR 97224
Shirts not picked up via drive through are shipped out!
Proceeds from the December Movement Virtual relay will support a charity of choice. The charity for this winter event is yet to be determined.
When choosing your route, avoid crowded areas. When running or walking give 6 feet or more of distance between you and others. Run or walk solo, or with housemates only.
Do not go out for a run or walk if you are feeling sick. Wear a mask while running or walking. Avoid touching high traffic surfaces like traffic buttons (use an elbow if needed). Avoid spitting and shooting snot rockets. Wash your hands upon your return home.
Run and walk against traffic so that you can see oncoming cars. Stick to sidewalks. Stay to the right and pass on the left. Stay observant for other pedestrians and vehicles.