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155 COUNTRIES, 18,654 PEOPLE, #GLOBALRUNNINGDAY, 3 JUNE 2020

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What is Global Running Day?

Global Running Day is a worldwide celebration of running for young and old(er) that encourages everyone to get moving. The day plays an important role, reminding us of the positives that running can offer and the power of unification.

It’s mission seems more important than ever right now, as people everywhere attempt to stay active and healthy. During these challenging times, many people are turning to running as a solution to help release anxiety, gain perspective, cope with cabin fever, and keep up wellbeing. If you’ve spent the past few weeks locked up why not use today to kickstart your running habit?

The physical Global Running Day events may be paused, but it’s important that we all keep active in a safe and responsible way. This year, Global Running Day 2020 will be digitally uniting people across the world in a global effort to encourage physical wellness and strengthen community.

Million Kid Run

As part of Global Running Day, the Million Kid Run aims to get young people excited about fitness. By moving and having fun, kids discover that living an active lifestyle can be fun and easy.

You can pledge to run at the main website here and join thousands of runners around the world.

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