Do I have to do a challenge all in one go?
No you can do all our challenges in parts, submitting evidence as you go. If there are any exceptions it will be stated in the challenge.
We do ask for bigger challenges where you are submitting screenshot or pictures from trackers that you use a summary of your activities, maybe once a month or at the end of the challenge. This is to reduce the risk of submission errors and also to help us manage the evidence process. We want to keep all our challenges around the same price for entry but managing a 5Km and a 1000KM in terms of evidence is quite different. So using a summary is really helpful.
Where do I submit evidence?
To submit evidence go to the My Challenges section on the website or app. On the app, log in, and click on My Challenges in the left menu. On the Website click on My Profile --> My Challenges. If on a mobile please click the three line menu button to ...
What activities can I do?
You can complete our challenges in a number of ways. This includes; Running Walking Swimming Cycling Rolling Scooting ( for the kids and big kids) Cardio equipment such as treadmill, stationary bike etc) Rowing If it is not on the list but you can ...
Joining more than one of the same challenge?
If you join a challenge but would like two or more medals then you can adjust the QTY on any challenge page. In your account you will only have one evidence submission section, but this will release all medals for that challenge. This is because an ...
Can I do different activities in one challenge?
Yes, you can do a mixture of any actiivty on one challenge. You do not need to do only one type. It is your challenge so you can do it your way! Oui, vous pouvez faire un mélange de n'importe quelle activité sur un défi. Vous n'avez pas besoin de ...
Can I use the same evidence for different challenges or use the same activity across two challenges if the total covers both challenges?
Lets take this in two parts: 1. Using the same evidence for two challenges. For example a 5KM run for two 5Km challenges. So this one is personal, we want our medals to be motivating and help you push yourself. If you are using the same evidence to ...