There are many different ways to celebrate World Run Day. No particular way is better then the other – it all depends upon the runner and their preference. If you need some help deciding how to celebrate here are a few examples. Enjoy your run!

Running on a Treadmill

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With Friends

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With Family

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During a Race

If you are scheduled to run in a race you will also be celebrating World Run Day. You can still register for our event to get the World Run Day T-Shirt which signifies that you celebrated with others around the world. 

By Yourself

Weather you are alone on a beach or running around your local neighborhood, you can celebrate World Run Day with people all over the world.

The Church Bell Run

In Christianity, some AnglicanCatholic, and Lutheranchurches ring their church bells from belltowers three times a day, at 6:00 a.m., 12:00 p.m. and 6:00 p.m., summoning the Christian faithful to recite the Lord’s Prayer, or the Angelus, a prayer recited in honour of the Incarnation of God. (Courtesy Wikpedia). In a tribute to the Oscar-award movie “Chariots of Fire” the ringing of your local churchbells can signify your run start. Your run may be started by “A Higher Authority”

The Beach Run

Always a classic run for beach-lovers. If you live near a beach enjoy the beauty of the sunrise, sun rays at midday or the sunset. One of the classic and artistic examples is once again from the movie “Chariots of Fire”

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