Run the Indie 5k & unlock 3 free months of Strava Summit
Challenge Ended: December 5, 2019
Strava is teaming up with The Running Event this year and we want to reward YOU for running the Indie 5k on Thursday, December 5th.
Attend the 5k, have fun, complete the segment, and win one free month of Strava Summit ON US!
What's Strava Summit, you ask? If you're active, there's something you're striving for - a feeling, a goal, a place, a state of mind, a state of "no more getting dropped on that group ride." Whatever it is, Summit can get you there. Customize your experience by choosing the features you need to achieve.
Each challenge completer will receive a digital badge in their trophy case. Upon completing the challenge all participants will also receive a notification from Strava for a free, 1 month Summit membership.
Run the Indie 5k, complete the challenge & redeem 1 free month of Strava Summit.
This is a one-day Challenge. The Challenge starts and ends based on each participant's local time zone.
Manual entries, virtual runs, treadmill runs will not count towards the challenge goal. Activities must be marked "Everyone."
All activities logged during the Challenge period must be uploaded to Strava no later than three days after the Challenge ends.
You must cross through the segment start, continue on its path exactly as it was created, and cross over the segment finish in order to match.
Once you've started the segment, you may not deviate from the segment's path whatsoever. In other words, stay on the segment.
You must complete the segment in the direction it was created. You can not complete it in the opposite direction.
If the segment is a loop, you must start and end the loop at the segment's designated start/end points. You may not start and end the loop on another part of the loop, even if you completed the entire loop.
Avoid resting right before or right after the segment, because this resting time may get included in your segment time and we will not adjust your match to remove this time. More info here.
Make sure your device indicates that you have a strong GPS signal prior to recording. If your device does not have a strong signal, the GPS data may be offtrack from the segment and this may cause you to not match that segment.