HOKA launch a 100km Strava Challenge for February - Women's Running

HOKA launch a 100km Strava Challenge for February

Author: Kate Sellers

Read Time:   |  February 3, 2021

Need a goal to keep you going in February? HOKA are challenging us to run 100km by the 28th

January was full of fun running challenges for us to get stuck into – we loved having a goal to work towards, motivating us to get outside in the winter weather. If you’re looking to keep that momentum up through February, then this one’s for you – HOKA have just launched their 100k Strava Challenge.

The challenge is inspired by Project Carbon X 2, which took place at the end of January. HOKA athletes came within seconds of breaking the 100k World Record wearing HOKA’s new endurance shoe, the Carbon X 2.

Now it’s our turn – they’re inviting us to rack up 100km in runs tracked on Strava throughout February. While we might not quite be heading for the world record, we think it’s a great way to keep motivated, and ideal for those of us who are working up to 10k+ regular runs.

The challenge is free to enter, has no time requirements for the tracked runs and those who complete the 100km will be in with the chance to win a pair of the Carbon X 2 trainers. Find out more about it here, and sign up via Strava here.

Written by

Kate Sellers

Kate Sellers

Kate is our Senior Digital Executive and a keen runner. She's also a qualified Personal Trainer and yoga teacher, so she knows her stuff about workouts, cross-training and stretching. She loves to combine running and exploring, so you'll often find her testing out the latest kit in exciting locations across the UK and beyond. Kate champions exercising for enjoyment. "Most of the year, you'll find me running for fun and wellbeing," she says. "That being said, I do still love the thrill of training for a race from time to time!"

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