Join us for the first ever Race to Space 63 Mile Virtual Challenge.
Can you clock 63 miles in just four weeks and get your hands on our Race to Space bespoke medal?!
In 1969 The USA landed on the Moon and ‘won’ the space race, but now it’s time to put your name in the history books and compete in this virtual challenge throughout the month of February!
When you enter this challenge we’ll send you the challenge logbook. We’ll provide you with a map of the journey to space too so you can see your progress and know exactly when you’ve passed Everest, the ozone layer and even when you’re out of the stratosphere.
Where space exactly begins has been debated for many years. When aeroplanes fly at 30,000 feet, they’re technically still on planet Earth. If an aeroplane were to go above the Kármán line at 63 miles high, they would be unable to fly (the air becomes too thin) So, space is generally considered to be 63 miles high.
Join us for the Race to Space 63 Mile Virtual Challenge!
How do I take part?
Simply enter the virtual event and we’ll send you a welcome email with details of how you submit your results. Over race period, keep track of your miles using our logbook. Once complete, email it to us along with evidence and your epic finishers selfie and we will feature you in the selfie gallery!
If you don’t have an activity tracking device you can still take part, just email your finishing logbook to us and you will still get your medal.