#RunForMeyer is ready to have its supportive Meyer runners lace their shoes. A new challenge for those who have not stopped running in these past months, even if just up and down the house stairs, or those who have just restarted to exercise or even those who are willing to try running for the first time.
What is #RunForMeyer Virtual Challenge
It is a 5k run, to do on your own, when you want and in the location you love the most. It is an initiative that will sustain Play Therapy for the Meyer children.
€10 minimum donation.
Show your support while running for Meyer! With only an additional €5 you will receive at home the technical #RUNFORMEYER official t-shirt
After registration you will be able to download for free, from Google Play Store or Apple Store, the specific app CVRace for smartphone that will track your distance and time and will give you access to the general rank placement.
You can enroll until 12pm on Sunday July 12th 2020
Official results will be published on the Facebook page @runformeyer and on this website on Monday July 13th.
3 fastest runners
As per the arrival list indicated by tds.sport. Anyone will be able to consult (and compare with their friends) their timing on the tds.sport website checking (even after the end of the challenge) their track on the map.
3 most ironic runners
Send in by July 12th an email at email@example.com or through whatsapp number 337 151 8359 a picture, or even better a video, of your feat.
Some ideas could be running 5k while carrying grocery bags, or while wearing a bike helmet etc. Let your imagination run wild.
3 most generous runners
This award will be assigned following the donation ranking from the platform Rete del Dono
3 most numerous societies
Award will be established through the enrollment Enternow portal.
All the winners will be listed on this site and on the Facebook page @RunforMeyer
Runformeyer is a “game for grownups” with which one supports playtime for the little guests of the Meyer Pediatric Hospital.
Children aren’t just patients, they essentially and always are children even when in a hospital ward.