With the 2018 edition of 100 Days of Running, as per event rules, we do not allow submission of any run data beyond 10 days of the run. The intent of this rule was to:
Introducing the ability to flag bad runs. This is available only via computer and not your phone/mobile interface.
Now this is something many of you had been demanding for a long time, and finally it is here. You can now mark any run with an activity link as bad by flagging it. Once you flag it, our moderators will review flagged runs on a regular basis (not immediately) and disable the run if there is sufficient ground.
Strava integration is now enabled in your 100 days of running account. Connect by logging in to participant page at and click on “Connect to Strava” and follow the steps as directed.
This article has been updated on May 18th, 2018 with details on how to manage your data submission for multiple runs in a day. We are no longer recommending using a third-party tool for this process.
As per rules of 100 Days Of Running, if you need to submit a run data for a distance exceeding 20km, we require you to also submit a public activity link for that run on our data submit page (not yet live), i.e. something which anyone can click and see and verify your run details. For distances up to 20km, this is not required.
This is a step by step guide on how to share your run data from your Garmin GPS watch and submit it on the 100 Days of Running run data submit page (not yet live). Do note that most of you will not be required to go through all the below steps if you already have your watch setup and syncing to your phone or your computer. In that case, you can directly start from Step 7 or 8 below.
So you run using one of the popular apps on your phone, or you prefer one of the GPS watches? In either case, you might want to sync your recorded data to Strava, the social network of choice for runners. Here’s how you do it: