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Virtual Event Alert: Join Mo Farah for a 10K at 3PM TODAY on Zwift

Why not jump on your treadmill and join Sir Mo Farah for a virtual 10k on Zwift’s popular Watopia course.
Today at 3PM today, the 3rd Watopia run festival will commence with Sir Mo Farah leading the race.

The Details

  • Mo Farah’s Watopia Run Festival
  • 10k

Welcome to the 3rd Watopia Run Festival presented by Maurten! Join the fun with 10k run around Watopia. If you’re new to Zwift Run you can find out more information at their website how to get started on Zwift.

What is Zwift?

Zwift Run is a virtual reality training app for running that turns indoor training into a game and lets thousands of people from across the globe run together and compete. The social side of Zwift Run is great at a time when many are isolated.

With over 1 million members having either run or cycled on the app since its formation in 2014, Zwift offers unique indoor group runs, dynamic training plans from 5k to the marathon, and intense interval sessions. Among the app’s biggest advocates are Olympic champions Sir Mo Farah and Gwen Jorgensen.

Zwift Run

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