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She Could and So She Did Fabulously 500k

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Motivating me to re-kickstart my weightloss journey again, I have decided to set myself the challenge of running or walking a minimum of 5k every day, no excuses, to get myself out there and attain 50...
Motivating me to re-kickstart my weightloss journey again, I have decided to set myself the challenge of running or walking a minimum of 5k every day, no excuses, to get myself out there and attain 500k

I'm also going to try and make it more interesting for myself by wearing tee-shirts/tops in the brightest colours or with the funniest slogans I can get my paws on.

500k with a fabulous flair! Red-Face and Sweat-Soaked hair guaranteed.

The road to 10k success is paved with medals.

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After being the fat kid all my life, 18 months ago I completed a c25k programme. Unfortunately life got in the way and I didn’t keep it up. Now I’m back, more unfit and fatter than ever but determine...
After being the fat kid all my life, 18 months ago I completed a c25k programme.
Unfortunately life got in the way and I didn’t keep it up. Now I’m back, more unfit and fatter than ever but determined to do it.
The plan is to complete c25k in the next 8 weeks and then in April compete 5-10k and by the end of the year have run my first proper 10k race.
I’ve already signed up for my first two medal challenges to get me motivated.

Run 1000km in 2019 and walk the 52.4 miles 'race to the tower' in 1 day in june, :)

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My challenge for 2019 is to lose 1.5stone, to succeed the 'race to the tower' 52.4 mile walk in one day in June, and medalmad 'eat sleep run repeat 1000km' in 2019. I am a mum of 6 the youngest being...
My challenge for 2019 is to lose 1.5stone, to succeed the 'race to the tower' 52.4 mile walk in one day in June, and medalmad 'eat sleep run repeat 1000km' in 2019.
I am a mum of 6 the youngest being just 1 and I now work on a Monday and Saturday so this is a challenge me to find time to do it along with the fitness challenge!!

Just Do It!

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This challange is to complete 10k plus a week every week. This can be in small 3 mile sections or all in one go but it has to be 10k or more. if i succeed I will donate to Cancer Research in Memory o...
This challange is to complete 10k plus a week every week. This can be in small 3 mile sections or all in one go but it has to be 10k or more.
if i succeed I will donate to Cancer Research in Memory of my Aunt who died suddenly this December 2018 of Ovarian, liver and bone cancer. Gone but never forgotten xxxx

Run my arse off (literally)

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Using a combination of running, healthy eating and alcohol reduction I will lose at least 50 pounds. My weight crept up after having my little girl 4 years ago and suffering postnatal depression and a...
Using a combination of running, healthy eating and alcohol reduction I will lose at least 50 pounds. My weight crept up after having my little girl 4 years ago and suffering postnatal depression and anxiety. I am now in a viscous circle of eating cos I am anxious and being anxious and depressed about my weight gain. I started running for my mental health but alone it is not enough to tackle the weight loss but 2019 is going to be the year when I sort self out and get my arse into gear.

Gill's 1000k

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I am a new, 57 year old runner, after completing the C25K back in July 2018. I need to keep motivated, this will be perfect to keep me running!

Chubby Runner monthly 100k

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I am aiming to run at least 100k each month in 2019. I only started running in 2018 and need the motivation to keep me going through the year.

RunEatSleepRepeatandWork

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Run 2019 miles in 2019 goal is 2500 miles

Ugly Duckling to Beautiful Swan

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So if you hadn't guessed by my username I'm a little obsessed with ducks....I know I'm a little weird but for 2019 I want to push myself in 2016 i fat shamed myself online 2017 i lost a bit of weight ...
So if you hadn't guessed by my username I'm a little obsessed with ducks....I know I'm a little weird but for 2019 I want to push myself in 2016 i fat shamed myself online 2017 i lost a bit of weight 2018 i gain the weight back and some i lost my confidence i stopped working out I've lost my social life my free days are spent at home in my pj's so 2017 as the title says i will transform myself in all aspects only this time using this as motivation i will keep it up and keep going.

So the challenge to accomplished 1000km in 2019 (currently i barely walk 2km without being in pain)
To lose 4 stone (i join Slimming world the 2nd Jan)
To go back to the gym on a regular basis..

A little silly one get a makeover as crazy as it seems i haven't had my hair cut in nearly 4 yrs. I've been trimming the ends myself.

Sara Runs 2019

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I am challenging myself to 1000km in 2019, with a minimum of 50KM each month.

I also aim to complete at least one Medal Mad challenge each month!

1200 miles for 2019

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Run a total of 1200 miles over the course of 2019

4T for MPC

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To complete 40 Parkrun's for 2019, which is 6 more than 2018 (including volunteering).

Donnas challenge 2019

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I would like go be able to run a marathon.
This would be a big achievement for me as I don't ever run.
I hope this would build up my stamina and enable me to run further distances.

2019 parkrun challenge

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To reach 25 volunteering and 50 runs at Parkrun. To get my PB down to 45 minutes for a parkrun. I love going to Kingsbury Waterpark Parkrun. It’s been huge in helping my mental and physical health...
To reach 25 volunteering and 50 runs at Parkrun. To get my PB down to 45 minutes for a parkrun.

I love going to Kingsbury Waterpark Parkrun. It’s been huge in helping my mental and physical health. So this year I’d like to reach my first two milestones.

Well I will run 500 miles...

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I will run/jog/walk 500 miles in 2019. I graduated from a beginners couch to 10k course in July 2018 and have since ran 5k, 10k and a couple of 10 mile runs with my club Sittingbourne Striders. I ha...
I will run/jog/walk 500 miles in 2019.
I graduated from a beginners couch to 10k course in July 2018 and have since ran 5k, 10k and a couple of 10 mile runs with my club Sittingbourne Striders. I have signed up to two half marathons in March, one for Macmillan cancer support in memory of my Mum. I ran nearly 500k last year and have switched to miles, so 500 miles this year will be a big challenge!

Stes 500km Running Challenge

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I have started this challenge as a new runner who runs on average 2-3km per run every other day to test my persistence and give me the motivation to continue. I'm hoping that throughout the year my ru...
I have started this challenge as a new runner who runs on average 2-3km per run every other day to test my persistence and give me the motivation to continue. I'm hoping that throughout the year my runs will get longer.

I want to test myself, and see what I really am made of.

I look forward to completing the challenge and earning this amazing medal.

I think a little about me is required here... I have stage 4 renal failure, I have already had a successful kidney transplant and this has worked for the last 4 years however is declining in function. Therefore I want to achieve as much as I can before I have to go back on dialysis. I have finally found something I really love doing!

It's funny because I would always see runners and think that looks like a lot of hard work and never think of doing it myself. Then one day I tried and I realised I was right! It is a lot of hard work... But it's a lot of fun!

Keep on running

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Run twice a week all year

Run Bradders Run 2019

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My 2019 challenge is to run 75 miles a month.

Just keep running, just keep running

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2019 will be the year for running. Having suffered with plantar fasciitis for the past 3 months I need to increase my distance slowly. I am signed up for the MOR medals so running a 1000km is already ...
2019 will be the year for running. Having suffered with plantar fasciitis for the past 3 months I need to increase my distance slowly. I am signed up for the MOR medals so running a 1000km is already there as a challenge.
I have to average 84km to complete the 1000k, my furthest distance in a month has been 68km so I have a short way to go.
So with that in mind.......
My challenge is to run a greater distance each month than the previous month, with January starting at a minimum of 70km.

Let's go 2019

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I will run 1,000km in 2019.
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