Whether you’re running, jogging, or just walking—Run Across America is a simple and fun way to stay active, each and every day. Keep track of your activity, earn badges for your achievements, and connect with others in the Run Across America app. On race day, capture your results, take a finish line selfie, and find your standing on the leaderboard.
* Connect with Apple Health to import your activities into Run Across America
* General fixes and enhancements
Ratings and Reviews
Thank you Run Across America
Last Spring I came across the Run Across America 5k, and decided it was just what I needed to get moving. I had not run in 10 years, but now I had something to motivate me. The t-shirt came which I wore proudly for my race. I was so excited when a Fall race was advertised. I trimmed like 10 minutes off my 5k from running all summer. Following the Fall run came the Holiday Hustle and the Winter Warm-up. I have met and exceeded my goal. It is like running with an accountability friend. I really appreciate the different challenge runs, the swag, the medals, the app, and being a part of the Run Across America community. I have taken 20 minutes off my original run last year and feel so good about myself and feeding the hungry. I also love looking at the selfies of my fellow runners. I just finished my 100k, so signing up for the Spring Challenge. This is the best present I have ever given myself!
Great fun, one small critique
First, let me preface this with the fact that this is only my second virtual race- perhaps this is normal and I should just get used to it. Plus I would like to say I am enjoying how it's motivating me to get out there, and that you have a walking option. I have only one criticism. I signed up for the Fall Frenzy run- though I will be hiking not running. I like the fall season and feel of the race. But I live in southern Arizona, where it is just now in October starting to get cool in the mornings. I managed to get my first hike in early September when there was some surprise good weather, and was really excited to record my first entry. Now how do you think I felt when I looked at my first finish, and the feedback I got was not "good job!" or "nice start," but instead a criticism that I was already running behind schedule. ?????? I was not aware that I was under any schedule other than my own. All the excitement I had evaporated in that moment. I even thought about not bothering with the race anymore at all. I'm glad I stayed with it. I suppose that "motivation" works for some people, but it was disheartening to me.
A lifetime achievement!
I’ve always wanted to be a runner but have encountered limitations and knee pain since track in high school. A co- worker invited me to this challenge and I went for 100km with big doubts that I would actually do it. The app and the team was fun, easy to use, and very motivating. I ran (slowly sometime) every time I went out, but really liked the fact that I did this at my own pace and speed. The badges were a nice touch. Overall- especially in light of COVID- this got me out of the house and moving which is really hard since I work from home. Already set up our next team and looking forward to more !
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