https://www.sportsaid.org.uk/For the fifth consecutive year, SportsAid Week is back for 2020 during 21-27 September and the #MyMiles challenge is once again at the heart of the activities for the week.
The aim of the week is to shine a spotlight on the country’s most talented young athletes by undertaking physical activity of our own and posting the miles we cover through social media.
The #MyMiles Challenge is inspired by SportsAid athletes, typically aged between 12 and 18, who cover around 40 miles in their training every week alongside their school or university schedule, homework assignments, time with family and social lives. The Challenge is accessible to everyone and it’s down to you as to how many miles you wish to commit to, how you do them and who you do them with.
How you can get involved in the #MyMiles Challenge
1. Go Solo or build your own team
2. Choose your target distance
3. Decide how you're going to complete the distance
4. Set up a fundraising page
5. Share how you're getting on across SportsAid Week using #MyMiles
You can find out more about SportsAid and the #MyMiles Challenge on the SportsAid website.