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The Rock ‘n’ Roll Marathon Series has been hard at work rescheduling its events that were planned for 2020 including the 2020 St. Jude Rock ‘n’ RollNashville Marathon & 1/2 Marathon.
The new date for the event is now November 21, 2020. The organizers will be emailing registrants with the new details.
Meanwhile apparently, 18,000-plus runners from across the globe have signed up for the 6K, 10K or Remix Challenge for Rock ‘n Roll VR5.
The fifth edition of the event will have runners and walkers from 95 nations and 47 US states take in the event.
According to the Rock ‘n’ Roll Running Series media statement, “To date, over 37,000 people from across the globe have joined the Rock ‘n’ Roll® Virtual Running Club platform, giving them access to the series of weekly races, challenges, and rewards.
Just under 8,000 participants took on a Rock ‘n’ Roll Virtual Running Club™ Challenge leading up to Rock ‘n’ Roll VR5. Several separate running and workout-based challenges were offered with the opportunity for special prizes such as a pair of Rock ‘n’ Roll Launch 7 by Brooks Running Company sneakers, a Rock ‘n’ Roll 26.2 or 13.1 Medal Display Hanger, and a Rock ‘n’ Roll by Brooks Running Company Run Club Stealth long-sleeve shirt + Rock ‘n’ Roll Cascadia 7” pair of shorts. The challenges included the Brooks: Find Some Run Happy III Challenge, St. Jude: 100% Worth It Challenge, and George’s Squatathon Challenge.”
The Rock ‘n; Roll series is run by the IRONMAN Group who operate a global portfolio of events that includes the Ironman Triathlon Series, and several other registered-branded participatory competitions. Find out more at: www.ironman.com.