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24 for 24 Challenge


Get ready for an inspiring journey this May! Join our 24 for 24 Challenge and support mental health awareness. Throughout the month, tackle the exhilarating task of completing one mile every hour for 24 consecutive hours. You can do it solo or team up to cover 24 miles in 24 hours.

With each step, you’re not just moving forward physically, but also raising awareness about mental health challenges worldwide. It’s not just about the distance; it’s about making an impact.

Join us this May for the 24 for 24 Challenge and let’s make every mile count!

Race Countdown

Individual Pricing

Discounted registration available until May 10th!



$26 $ 16
  • Commemorative Medal

Frequently Asked Questions

If you signed up for an in-person race, you will pick up your packet on-site the day of the race.If you signed up for a virtual race, your packet will be mailed to you.
The 24 for 24 Challenge is an invigorating physical and mental challenge aimed at raising awareness for mental health. Participants are encouraged to complete one mile every hour for 24 consecutive hours on any day in the month of May.
Participants will complete one mile of physical activity every hour for 24 hours, totaling 24 miles. This can be done through running, walking, or any other form of physical activity. The challenge aims to promote both physical fitness and mental well-being. Modified Versions: A. You can team up. (See below) B. You can do 2 miles per hour for 12 hours. C. You can complete 24 miles any way you desire in one given day.
You must be 17 or older to participate in this challenge. It is open to all fitness levels, and you can participate from anywhere. Whether you’re a seasoned runner, a walker, or simply passionate about supporting mental health awareness, you’re welcome to join us on this inspiring journey.
Absolutely! While the challenge is primarily individual, if there are physical or safety restraints, participants are also encouraged to join forces with friends, family, or colleagues to collectively cover the 24 miles. Whether you prefer to tackle it alone or as part of a group, the choice is yours.