Ep 142: Virtual Runs in a Live Race World

Resources Mentioned

Virtual Races: How do they work and are they worth the money? https://youtu.be/k_JBji_7k0c

Virtual Relay: Love the Run You’re With: https://youtu.be/LlqC4cfQG64


Run to the Finish Article: https://www.runtothefinish.com/virtual-races-with-medals/

Donate your medals: https://www.medals4mettle.org/donate/

The Conqueror Event Series: https://www.theconqueror.events/

The Spring Running season is approaching, which brings with it a dearth of live races in some parts of the world. Now that live races are returning, why would we bother with Virtual races and runs? In this episode, learn why Virtual runs and races still have a place in a Live Race Environment.

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