By joining this group, you are signing up for the prospect of seriously running for years to come.
The first responsibility of a new member will be to pledge their 10,000 mile goal date.
Open to anyone who thinks they can run 2000 miles in a year, must do at least 38 miles a week for a heads up to those who are anti-math. only join if you are a committed runner for obvious reasons this is pretty challenging for the average runner but trust me if your new to running you can still do it if you put the time into training! Good luck everybody!
Join us in the 2016in2016 mileage game! Our group is for players looking to reach any mileage goal (big or small) in 2016. Signups are now open!
Awesome group of runners destined to win the 2016 miles game!
The user group for the most fantastic, good-looking and eventually winning team!
Abandon all hope, you who enter here.
Here's the group for the 2016 meet-up!
This is a group for members of the 2016in2016 miles game team "The Runoriginals" originally assigned as "Team 11"
For the members of the to-be-named Team 1 of the 2017 in 2017 game.
Group for the 2017in2017 Game
2017 in 2017 Team 4
This group is for runners in the 2018 in 2018 game.
Registration is closed for 2018, but the 2019 game will start signups in December.
2018 in 2018 Mileage Game - Team 1
2018 in 2018 Team 6
2018 In 2018 Team 7 Club House. Members Only!
This is a private group for the members of Modi-5 Button, team 5 of the 2018 in 2018 mileage game.
32 members ran 1000+ miles in 2017.
Let's do it again. Join the Shamrock Running Club members on their quest to run 1000 miles in 2018
2018 in 2018 Team 8
For people trying to get 3000 miles before 2010!!!
Well apparently there are a bunch of us out there 50 and older, and we are either ready to finish the C25k program or have finished it. So, now what?
Do you try to improve your time? Your distance? Both?
Do you run races to stay motivated?
Do you run outside, or on a treadmill? Is one better than the other?
Are you dealing with any running-related injuries, and what are you doing about them