The St Andrew's Day Challenge
Saint Andrew's Day, also called the Feast of Saint Andrew or Andermas, is the feast day of Andrew the Apostle. It is celebrated on 30 November. Saint Andrew's Day is Scotland's official national day.
Run/walk, cycle, swim, wheelchair, or a combination of any, You can choose from 2k, 5k, 10k, half or full marathon, Complete this challenge at a time and place that suits your schedule to receive your exclusive medal. There is no time limit on this challenge, it can be done in one go, or multiple activities.
What is a virtual challenge? A virtual challenge can done from any location you choose. You can run, jog, walk, cycle, swim, use a wheelchair - whatever you choose and however you choose to complete a distance. There is no restriction on discipline. We aim to be as inclusive as impossible.
Submitting and Claiming your Medal
You will be emailed a separate link / web page when you sign up, to upload your progress as and when you want to. Your medal will be sent as soon as you 'complete the map' Your submission link should arrive within a few minutes of purchase, please email us at email@example.com if this doesn't arrive after a few hours.
Checking Your Progress
We have a real-time results system with instant tables, sort-able by age, gender and Country. We also have live tracking 'journeys' with fully interactive maps for our annual and seasonal longer challenges!
All the routes follow real life roads and trails, target the next town along on the map, pass landmarks, cross countries, it's going to be fun!
Every Challenger who completes their target goal will be included in the 'completers table' which will be compiled at the end of 2021
Uploading your progress could not be easier with our challenges allowing you to upload activities direct from Strava. Do not worry if you do not have Strava, as you can also add activities manually.
Personalised Downloadable Certificate
Each competitor will recieve a downloadable personalised challenge certificate with details of their results included.