#RunEveryDay October Challenge

Challenge yourself with fellow runners this October

The world famous #RunEveryDay run streak is a challenge to any runner to see how many consecutive days they can run throughout the month of October.


The rules: A minimum of 1 mile per day.


Our founder Dr Ron Hill MBE holds the world record of 52 years 39 days without a day's rest. Now its over to you to set your own record.


Over the past 6 years we've witnessed peoples love-affair with running whilst achieving things they thought were out of reach. There are no winners and losers. #RunEveryDay isn't a competition. It's a personal bid towards accomplishing something you never thought you could, in the company of like minded runners.


Join us this year for more miles, memories and plenty of mettle. 

How to take part

It's very simple. Follow us on Facebook, Instagram or Strava and share/upload your pics, videos, run maps, or words of wisdom. Remember to tag us at #RunEveryDay.

We will select the most inventive entries and reward them with some latest running kit.


See you out there!

Ron did 19,032 days. Can you do 31?

Join us & everyone taking part in these places

Facebook - RonhillUK

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Strava - Ronhill