Follow the below mentioned basic rules about the 100 Days Of Running event. We have also put together a FAQ page where a lot of common questions people ask about the event have been answered. Don’t forget to check it out here.
Run 100 days straight
At least one run a day during the course of the event duration. You may do more than one runs in a day, if you wish, but one run is minimum.
Run minimum 2km a day
2km is the minimum you need to run daily. There is no upper limit, but participants are advised to use discretion and to do daily mileage which they are comfortable with. This is not a mileage competition, this is a platform to get people to develop running as a habit and as a lifestyle through the medium of this challenge.
Submit your daily run data
This event website will be setup with a data submit page from where you will be able to submit your daily run data (distance, time) using the login details which will be provided to you.
The 10-day rule
You will be required to submit your run data within 10 days of the actual run date for each day. If you miss doing that, you will not be able to enter data for those dates later.
The 20-km rule
If you are submitting run data for a day, and the distance exceeds 20km, then you will be required to specify a GPS activity link for that run. If you do not have a GPS activity link, and you do not use any running app or GPS watch, you can enter a maximum distance of 20km.
Where do I run?
Anywhere, as long as you run. Treadmill will do indoors. On a road near your home, a park, around your office, it doesn’t matter. Just run!
Single or multiple runs?
Your day run may be done as a single run or broken into multiple runs, as you prefer, subject to total distance being covered for the day being 2km.
Run or walk (or cycle)?
Just walking everyday will not qualify for the purpose of this challenge. You need to run daily, though it could be run/walk also.
So, these are the basic rules. Additional details about the event are available on the event FAQ page. Please check it out, it is a must read.