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Any Way 10k
Run a 10k, any way you want to.
Challenge Ended: 1 December 2013
Strava is challenging you to run 10k as fast as you can between November 18th and December 1st.
Unlike a typical 10k race, tackle this Challenge from any location, at any time of day. Skip the travel and the pre-dawn alarm clocks. Don't skip the chance to push yourself, and the pace, to see how far you can climb the Leaderboard.
Just pick a safe stretch of road (or trail), record an activity that is at least 10 kilometers long, and see where you stack up against runners across the world.
How it Works:
Your position on the Leaderboard is based on the fastest average pace of any activities that meet the Challenge goal requirements. The average pace is taken based on elapsed time and includes the entire duration of the qualifying activity (not just the fastest 10k section of your activity).
We're sorting the Leaderboard based on the average pace of the qualifying activity. This means the faster you run during your activity, the higher you will show up on the Leaderboard.
You have to run at least 10 kilometers in a single run (just like you do in a race), and there is no time limit to complete the activity.
Athletes that complete this Challenge will receive a digital finishers badge (and potentially a new 10k PR).
You have to run 10 kilometers in a single run, just like you do in a race.
You will not show up on the Challenge Leaderboard unless you complete an activity over 10 kilometers.
To ensure you meet the Challenge goal, we recommend you run a small amount over 10 kilometers during your activity (about .5km / .3mi). This will give you a buffer in the event your activity distance is shortened after upload to Strava due to the cleanup of GPS irregularities. You can learn about how distance is calculated for our app by reading this Knowledge Base Article.
There is no time limit to complete the 10 kilometers.
The Challenge period starts and ends based on each runners local time zone.
Manual entries or treadmill runs will not count towards your Challenge effort.
All activities logged during the Challenge period must be uploaded to Strava no later than December 4th, 2013.
Have fun and be safe. Use common sense when it comes to traffic, weather, or other conditions while taking part in this Challenge.
Q: When do I have to complete the 10k?
A: You can run the 10 kilometers necessary to complete the Challenge in a single run any day between November 19th and December 1st.
Q: Can I run multiple times to add up to 10 kilometers?
A: No, you have to run 10 kilometers in a single run.
Q: Is there a time limit for the 10k?
A: No, there is no time limit to complete the 10k.
Q: Can I crop my run if the activity is longer than 10k?
A: Yes, if your activity happens to be longer than the 10 kilometers necessary to complete the Challenge you can crop your activity to remove the sections that you do not want to count towards the Challenge.