Summer of Virtual Racing

While in-person racing is still up in the air, it doesn’t mean you can’t be racking up Athlinks results, thanks to some amazing virtual races. And the best part — you can participate in any race around the world, regardless of where you are. Here are just a couple of our favorite upcoming races for you to set some goals and push yourself.

Registration is now open for these Virtual Races — check out the sites for more details.

United Guam Marathon

You may not get the sandy beaches and palm trees, but getting to post a result from Guam is pretty cool.
More info & registration.

Martian Race

While it may not actually be on Mars, nothing to stop you from dressing up in costume.
More info & registration.

Spawning Run and Carcass Crawl

If we had to nominate a race for “best participant tee”, this one would be pretty high on our list.
More info & registration.

Escape From Miami

The triathlon that usually has you escaping to Miami has adapted into a virtual challenge where you can use many different modes of sport to see how far away from Miami you can get! You can escape by swimming, rowing, paddleboarding, biking, running, walking or any combination of those sports.
More info & registration.

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