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Run For All launch “Jog On” virtual event

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What a year it’s been. We may not have been able to meet on the start line as we’d hoped or cheered and high fived entrants as they crossed the finish line but events company RunFor All want to say JOG ON 2020 and start 2021 as we mean to go on. 

In partnership with Arla Protein, Run For All have launched the their virtual challenge to finish the year with. And the best bit? You can decide the distance.

Whether you run or walk the distance on your own or socially distance with your running buddies, together you can tell 2020 to Jog On.  A message that we can all get behind.

Jog On - Run For All
Image taken pre Covid-19

Whether you want to fundraise for your chosen charity, or want a challenge to look forward to. Whatever the reason, let’s end the year on a running high. Check out how it works below and how you can get involved.

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Entries will open shortly but register your interest today to ensure you are first to hear when entries open. 

Those who register first when entries open in November will not only receive a finisher’s reward but also limited edition #JogOn2020 water bottle just for registering.

Let’s keep on moving all the way to 2021. Pre-register now and they will send you a reminder when entries open.

All challenge finishers will receive a #Jogon2020 Buff to wear with pride during winter training runs.

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