Welcome to the Howlers Virtual Roulette Run
A new and fun virtual run concept where the winner is all about chance!
How does it work?
This challenge will last 14 days. (the 15th day is the winner)
Entry limit is 50 runners
Distance Cat: 5km, 10km, HM. Once chosen, cannot be changed!
Runners will be issued a Virtual bib number on entry.
Days 1 -5 runners complete their respective distance and upload evidence to etchrock account. Ie. strava proof
Evening of Day 5, Seven bib numbers will be drawn at random and eliminated from the race.
This will continue on days 6, 7, 8, 9 and 10.
If you are lucky enough to get past day 5, half a km is added each day to your respective distance category.
There is also an option to play the coin flip gamble to keep it the same distance or jump by 1km! This is personal choice and you can remain just adding the half a km each day if you so wish.
Based on 50 runners – 7 people will be drawn and eliminated on days 6-10.
Days 11 and 12, 5 people will be drawn and eliminated.
Days 13 and 14, 2 people will be drawn,
leaving 1 winner on day 15!
If you are drawn on days 6 – 10 you will earn your dogtags and the WSoS.
If you are drawn on Days 11 and 12 you will earn your dog tags and a Howler buff
If you are drawn on Days 13 and 14 you will earn your dog tags, a Howler buff and free entry to a future howler race of choice.
If you win. You will earn your dog tags, ultimate winners trophy, Howler buff, free entry to a future Howler race and 50quid towards a new pair of trainers!
*Note. No matter what day your number may get drawn, you are still welcome to continue running the challenge daily.
**Numbers drawn daily may vary dependant on total number entered, but will be adapted to leave 1 winner at day 15.
Should you miss a day of your challenge, it will be deemed a DNF. You must upload your run to Etchrock daily. Your runs can be anywhere, road, trail, track or treadmill. As long as the daily required distance is completed, you are good to progress! There will be a choice to split the run also. For example, if you are on a 6km day, you could walk the dog for 3km and run 3km later that day! As long as your distance has been met, you are golden!
Warrington, United Kingdom
A low key trail running events organisation in the Norther West of England, race directed by Stu, a former British soldier who endeavours to make each event unique, fun and challenging.