Get our Turner Syndrome Awareness Shirt! Run this virtual 5K/10K/13.1 from anywhere, anytime at your own time and place of choice!
With Premium packets, get a special Mystery YUM Box of Healthy Snacks!
All participants can also get access to our exclusive Monthly Newsletter featuring “Last Place Champs”, a movement celebrating every kind of runner even the last place ones! Newsletter has Monthly FREE Giveaways, Running Tips, Fun Videos, & More!
Run a 5K, 10K, or Half-Marathon virtually. With this virtual run, receive shipped to you a:
- Race Shirt
- Mystery Healthy Snack OR Race Medal
- Warrior Fit FUN Training Plan
- Virtual Packet
Premium packets get a special package of healthy snacks OR a Custom Mug!
All items will be mailed directly to your home so NO packet pickup is required!
With your virtual packet you’ll also be able to:
- Submit your Results Online
- Get a Finisher’s Certificate of Completion
- Get your Time Posted on our Results
- Get a Custom Backdrop Photo
- Get a motivational workout playlist
- & several other tools you can use for your run!
Important Note for International Orders:
For International orders, we can ship shirts to U.K., Germany, Canada, and Australia. There will be no surcharge for overseas mailing but custom shirts will be mailed in lieu of medal.
Sponsorship Opportunities Available!
Custom design a Virtual Race for your Company! OR Get your company/brand out to all thousands of Athletes we reach monthly on all the sites we’re on, race shirts, medals, bibs, and more!
For more information about Sponsorship, E-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Let's raise awareness, unity and solidarity for Turner Syndrome with this beautiful butterfly in shades of purple representing freedom and a purple ribbon for a TS patient, survivor, warrior, fighter or supporter who understands this female disorder.
Gift to friends and family what want to share about Turner Syndrome, a disorder that affects females when one of the X chromosomes may be missing. Perfect for Turner Syndrome Awareness Month or an event, run or walk to find a cure for Turner Syndrome.