Frequently Asked Questions [FAQs]

What does it mean to run/walk virtually?
While you should always follow guidance from local, state, and national authorities, one activity people can still do during this time of social distancing is exercise safely at home. Even if you need to stay indoors, you can walk or run in place, do aerobics, bike, use a treadmill or stair-stepper—or even run in circles in your backyard!

How to Register?
Click register now and show your support! Tickets are $20 per person, which includes a personal fundraising page you can share with friends and family.

What does registration include?
All participants will receive a virtual bib that you can download and print, a virtual medal once the race is completed, and a personalized fundraising page to share. The top three fundraising participants will receive a special gift: a handcrafted item from a country where IOCC works.

Where can I download my virtual bib?
You can download the virtual bib here.