Our “I CAN!” Feel-Good Challenge has entered its final week and there are over 244 of your names in the prize draw to win free entry to Run For All’s 2019 Asda Foundation Series and a running kit worth over £200, courtesy of Erdinger Alkoholfrei.
The challenge was organised by Run For All in partnership with Racecheck and Erdinger Alkoholfrei, to help runners feel happier, healthier and part of an inclusive sporting community.
Everyone still has a chance to win the main prize by competing in the final week’s marathon challenge, in which runners have been tasked with running 26.2-miles by Sunday 28th April.
Multiple runs can be used to make up the final target distance and runs can be submitted via https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSelN0gP2qStJnoaa3N6obW_USm7DJQtTKYEqFjthc2Yz9elDA/viewform?vc=0&c=0&w=1
The main prize draw winner will be announced at the end of the month.
The competition has been popular among the competing “I CAN!” community with runners describing their feelings as ‘ecstatic’, ‘energised’ and ‘awesome’ as they have entered their runs.
A favourite feature for many has been the weekly #FeelGoodFriday selfie challenges that have made the “I CAN!” Feel-Good Challenge accessible for all.
Hundreds of selfies and pictures have been sent in each week to try win free entries and extra Erdinger Alkoholfrei goodies.
A particular highlight of these challenges has been the support and praise for Victoria Dunthorpe on social media.
Victoria won week three’s fundraising story challenge for raising £3500 at the London Marathon. Many heaped praise on her determination as she continued to run despite losing many of her toe nails.
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