6 months ago – 25 people from around the world took on the Longest Day race. Run from sun up to sun down on the longest day of the year (on the longest year on record).
6 months later, we’re doing it again. And it’s exactly the same – except completely different.
December 21st, 2020 is the winter solstice – the shortest day of the year – which means the longest night. And yes, you guessed it – we’re running.
From sun down to sun up – your local time – we’re running. As many laps as possible.
As always, you can take on this challenge wherever you are – but if you’re up for the trip – we’ll have a few spots available for athletes to run at the main track in Austin.
I also made some calls and arranged for Jupiter + Saturn to meet up halfway through the night (they only do this every 800 years or so) us there – so you should get a nice view halfway through.
If you want to close the year out on a challenge – there’s no better way to kick off the holidays and end the year than pushing yourself to your limit.
The Longest Night Race Challenge
Yes, it’s sort of last minute, but nothing in 2020 has gone to plan – so why start now.
December 21st, 2020 – get off your butt. Push your limits. Do something impossible.
p.s. previous Longest Night Race runners check your email for a special update 🙂