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Keeping the Distance: Remote Half Marathon/10K

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Keeping the Distance: Remote Half Marathon/10K

Who? Runners across the globe

What? Keeping the Distance Half Marathon/10K

When? Sunday, June 14th. We elected to hold the remote race throughout the entire day to eliminate foot traffic and promote a safe running environment for all participants.

Where? Your remote location. Wherever you can safely run the 13.1 miles or 10K-- either outdoors or on a treadmill. Please abide by the 6 feet social distancing recommendations during training and on race day. We encourage you to run either alone or with members of your household to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

Why?  Keeping the Distance aims to unite individuals globally to combat domestic violence and work towards a healthy, safe future through running. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, another crisis has surged: domestic violence. The National Domestic Violence Hotline is the largest nationwide non-profit combating domestic violence. #KeepingtheDistance2020 encourages the global community to unite during these trying times, working together to combat co-occurring crises.

For questions, email us at keepingthedistance2020@gmail.com

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Sunday June 14th
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Keeping the Distance is a remote half marathon/10K benefitting the National Domestic Violence Hotline, the largest nationwide non-profit combating domestic violence. Over the past 20 years, the Hotline has provided 24/7 life saving tools and support through a network of programs and expert resources/advocates. In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, another crisis has surged: domestic violence. Keeping the Distance aims to unite individuals globally to combat domestic violence and work towards a healthy, safe future through running.

On June 14th, join us in completing a half marathon or 10K wherever you can safely run. We decided against an official start time to prevent foot traffic. Please abide by the 6 feet social distancing recommendations during training and on race day. While there are many great training programs, we have included Boston Marathon’s training guide as it incorporates different levels to accommodate all types of runners (https://www.baa.org/races/baa-half-marathon/train). In lieu of a registration fee, we encourage a suggested donation of your pleasing to benefit the National Domestic Violence Hotline.

Please help us spread the word for #keepingthedistance2020.

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