Win A Holiday! Run for Maldives! Registration Opens for the Largest Online Running Event

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03 September 2020

Registration for the largest online running event in the Maldives, “Run for Maldives” opens on 1st September 2020. The event is open to anyone anywhere in the world. Participants can register for their choice to run from four categories and run anywhere.

Run for Maldives is a virtual run dedicated to heroes of COVID-19 and also in celebration of the 55th National Independence Year. The initiative aims to spread the spirit of togetherness and joy despite lockdowns and movement restrictions. Run for Maldives is all about physical distancing whilst maintaining important social relationships with your families, friends, and loved ones.

20 Lucky People will get a Free Holiday in Maldives. 

For registration and more information go to www.runformaldives.com Instagram: @runformaldives, Facebook: @runforMaldives and Twitter: run4maldives

 

FAQ

What is a virtual run?

A virtual run event is similar to a traditional running event except the participant completes it on their own. There is no specific location the event must be completed nor a required time. A virtual run event creates positive motivation by awarding the participant for their completed activity.

How does a virtual run work?

Participants first choose a theme, popular distance, cause or event organizer to choose their event just as they would choose a live running event. Once the participant chooses their virtual run event and registers the next step is to complete the distance and earn the finisher medal. The distance set by the event that they register for can be completed at any location been earned and will be sent directly to the participant, For more detailed step by step please visit our Run for Maldives How it works section.

When do I receive my finisher medal?

Our challenges and races are meant to be earned so our policy is to send your finisher after you have completed your event and submitted your results.

I do not live within the Maldives, can I still register for an event?

We encourage everyone to register. The Run for Maldives will have an option for our international participants to register. Shipping is included in all our registrations.

Does the virtual run challenge offer refunds?

We do understand that situations may come up where you may request a refund on your registration. Unfortunately, we do not offer refunds on registrations.

WHEN DOES THE REGISTRATION OPEN?

Registrations open on 1st September 2020.

When is the last day to register?

The last to register for locals is 20th September and for non-residence/international run is 15th October 2020. Check the event page for times on when registration closes. We recommend registering before run day.

How do I register?

Choose a run on the Find a run page on our website. Follow the instructions to register. You will receive an email confirmation once you register. Once registration is complete you will have also created a profile where you can check the results page to see how well you did and post messages with other runners. You can also upload your pictures!

Where can I run?

In Run for Maldives virtual runs, you can run anywhere, inside your home or even outdoors. You choose where you will run

Where can I find my run results?

Results are available on the www.runformaldives.com page under the tab titled “Results”

Can I beat my own score?

Once you have completed the run and submitted proof that you have completed the run, you cannot resubmit.

How do I change run categories?

Please get in touch with Run for Maldives through the Contact Us page on www.runformaldives.com at least 7 days before the run starts if you want to change run categories. The dates will change depending on the run.

Can kids participate in Run for Maldives virtual run?

Yes. Adults need to register for children to participate. We have a 5k run suitable for children. Children who completes the run in the given time will receive a medal.

What is stopping someone from cheating?

We do have a number of ways that we can detect cheaters, however we do realise that no matter what we do or how we structure it people are always going to be able to cheat if that’s what they want to do. E.g. Put their Fitbit on their pet! There are no prizes for first place. If someone wants to cheat then they are only really cheating themselves and wasting their money.

How do I enter a distance towards the challenge?

You can log distances using two methods Manually - Either on the web or via our iPhone and Android apps. Select your exercise type, add a distance and boom, you’re done. You can add a screenshot of your tracker if you wish but it is not required. Automatically – Via the range of apps and devices that we connect with. Currently we support: Apple Watch, Apple Health, Google Fit, Fitbit, Strava, Map My Run, Map My Ride, Map My Walk, Runkeeper.

How do teams work?

Teams are a fun way to take part in The Raajje Link . **Note that each team member is required to purchase their own entry into the challenge. Each team member will receive their own medal at the end** Basically you share the distance with the other members of your team. Your team will have your very own team icon on the map. Each time a team member posts a distance your team icon will advance up the map. Your team will also be represented on the leader-board. You (individually) will also be able to see information about your own achievements and rankings separate from the team. The distance doesn’t have to be divided evenly among team members. You can team up with guru athletes as well as people just starting out! So gear up with your friends or colleagues and join the fun! (Maximum team members - 5)

How much does it cost to enter?

Please view the pricing on the website.

Do you donate for charity?

When you run with Run for Maldives, a percentage of your registration fee goes to Thalassemia Society of Maldives and Maldives Red Crescent.

More information: https://runformaldives.com/