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Celebrate Global Running Day with Under Armour All Out Mile challenge

Compete against runners from around the world for free and see how fast you can run a mile

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To celebrate Global Running Day on June 1, Under Armour, is challenging runners from around the world to come together and test how fast they can run one mile. No matter what fast means for you, the All Out Mile challenge gives you the chance to compete for free against other runners around the world, with a chance to earn awesome prizes.

What is the UA All Out Mile?

The challenge is to see how fast YOU can run a mile. Registrants will have five days (from June 1 to 5) to run their all-out mile to compete for top prizes. It is completely free to sign up and you can join the challenge by registering here.

When you register, you’ll have access to virtual training routines and workouts from Under Armour elite coaches, athletes, and performance experts.

Top prizes

The three fastest women and men from each continent will receive $1,000, $500, and $250 respectively, plus an additional $250 in Under Armour gear.

Also, the team with the most participants to run the challenge on each continent will win a $10,000 donation to a youth sports charity of their choice.

After you sign up, your progress will be tracked by linking your UA MapMyRun account on FitRankings, which is compatible with Apple iPhone, Garmin and Coros wearables. You can try the challenge as many times as you like over five days. Your fastest result will be automatically pulled from your profile and appear on the FitRankings leaderboard. You can also see where you rank based on your age and gender against other runners from around the world.

When you download UA MapMyRun, use the code AOM2022 to unlock 3 free months of subscription benefits.

Join the UA All Out Mile by registering at http://uaalloutmile.com/.

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