Keen to test your limits? The Under Armour All Out Mile is here
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Go all out on global running day
The Mile is tough. You’re tougher. Join Auckland Athletics as we take part in the UA All Out Mile. Your aim is to set a benchmark time as soon as possible and to build up your pace until June Then, from June 1 – June 5 you’ll run your All Out Mile as fast as you can. Under Armour have a 30-day training programme to assist you during May. Once June arrives, you can take on the All Out Mile as many times as you like, it will all be tracked by the UAMapMyRun app and there are prizes to be won! Keen to know more? Click below (button to : uaalloutmile.com).
The team with the “Most Milers” in each region will win a monetary donation back to the charity of their choice which will focus on providing sports access programming to young athletes. Sign up to Auckland Athletics. RUN ALL OUT. Let’s create opportunity.
Like with any competition there are rules! The winning team in our region will be the one team in each with the most team members that have run at least one (1) mile during 1st -5th June on the Workouts logged and verified in the MMR Account by all members of each team. Each team member may only account for one (1) mile toward this category regardless of how many miles they complete between 1st -5thJune!
The training program and benchmark run are optional, it’s rallying us all together to run your fastest mile between 1st -5th June.
Follow the process below:
- Visit www.uaalloutmile.com
- Navigate to the official FitRankings leaderboard
- Click “Join Now”
- Create an account
- Fill out the registration form
- Link your UAMapMyRun account to FitRankings
Join Auckland Athletics
- Navigate to leaderboard on uaalloutmile.com
- Click “Teams”
- Search for “Auckland Athletics”
- Click “Join”
- You’re ready to go and check your emails for updates!
Don’t forget to train (if you like) and then run your mile between 1st -5th June to help us win the “Most Milers!”