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GNR Solo – Ghoulish Halloween Accumulator Challenge

It’s a new month so why not try out a new challenge. The team behind the Great North Run have your October sorted. Get ready for a Ghoulish Halloween Accumulator Challenge.

They’re encouraging you not be a lazy bones, and reach your Ghouls this October.  Take on the new Halloween themed accumulator challenge from Great Run – they dare you!

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The challenge is to complete 15 runs (or more) of any distance in October – you can run at any pace and distance comfortable for you.  If you complete 15 runs by 31 October, you will receive a frighteningly awesome Halloween medal. 

To add some extra spice to the cauldron, the challenge also includes an optional distance challenge.  Depending how far you run over your 15 (or more) runs, you will be awarded with a bespoke digital finishers certificate to download and share:

  • Blow off the cobwebs – 40 Miles
  • Ghoul beater – 75 miles
  • Run for your life – 125 miles

The challenge starts on 1 October and costs £10 to join.  Your challenge joining fee includes a unique finishers medal, training plans & tips, and access to an online run tracking tool.  You can join the challenge anytime from now up to Thursday 8 October, when entries close. It really is a challenge to sink your teeth into!  Find out more about the challenge and enter here:

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