Think you could run every day for 7 days? Sounds straightforward, right? Then look no further than the 'P7in7' to be held during the last week of July from Monday 27th July to Sunday 2nd August 2020.
The Suck it and See runner - mixed mileage, just go out every day and see how you go!
The 5k runner, covers 35k in their week
The10k runner, covers 70k in their week
The Half-Marathon runner, covers 91.7 miles in their week
The Marathon runner - covers 183.4 miles in their week
The Ultra Marathon runner - theirs is a 200+ mile week
The Ascension runner - adds random mileage each day but always runs more than the day before
The Stairway to Heaven runner - adds a fixed distance each day, so say starts with 3 miles, then 4 then 5, then 6, etc, etc
The Suicide runner - goes as LONG as possible on day 1 then decreases mileage each day.
The Hump Day runner, increases mileage until day 4 then decreases until day 7.
The Big Mileage runner - run as many miles as you can in 7 days, go BIG or go home!
You'll get a bespoke, sequential BIB when you sign up and then during the week we'll ask you to share some of your miles and stories to our Facebook chat groups and then submit one total result through Phoenix World at the end.
The concept is simple - go for a run of almost any distance (we suggest 1 mile as the minimum) and repeat each day for 7 days. You can run any distance you want and vary your daily mileage as much as you want but you must cover at least 1 mile in each 24 hour period (from midnight to midnight).
This is a perfect way to dip your toe into multi-day endurance challenges.
Why not try one of the following challenges during your week........
This is a challenge for literally anyone of any running ability. If you're new to running, fancy something a bit different, or, fancy your first foray into multi-day endurance challenges, want to practice running consistent distances over consecutive days, or just seeing how many miles you can run in a week, then this is for you. And, if you're a seasoned ultra runner, then we'd love to have you aboard for some seriously BIG-WEEK mileage.
We probably don’t really need to say it, but there will, of course, be the suitably epic medal (sent out after the challenge to all finishers). And the entry fee, well as technically you could run 24 hours a day for 7 days, we went with £24.77
Sounds simple right?