ARE YOU READY FOR RACE DAY?
The Virtual Melbourne Marathon enters Race Mode this Saturday 5 December and ends Sunday 13 December. This means participants will be able to log their event distance at any point over the 9 days.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION FOR PARTICIPANTS
Please make sure your phone or wearable decide is fully charged prior to commencing your race. Low Power Mode cannot be used while using the app, and set your location services to ‘Always Allow’.
Safety is the number one priority. Respect the social distancing measures in your state, observe traffic safety rules, and run safe. Click here to view our key safety practices we recommend you should follow.
All participants should have received their personalised digital Race Bib in their emails. Click here to see our simple steps on how to use your Digital Bib.
Make the most of the augmented finisher medal filter and share your Finish Celebrations on socials. Remember to tag us in @melbmara #melbmara!
Please note: Registrations for the 2020 Virtual Melbourne Marathon will close at 11:59pm Friday 11 Dec AEDT.
We commend you for making this commitment and embracing a different journey, your own journey, alongside others from around the world as we celebrate the importance of our global running community.
We look forward to seeing your experiences on social media as you cross your finish line #MelbMara @MelbMara
While you wait for your physical medal to be delivered, we still want you to be able to proudly show off a medal you ran KMs and sweated buckets for. So we have a solution! Take your best pic with your virtual medal in our augmented reality filter, upload it to Instagram on Monday 15 Dec, tag @melbmara & use the hashtag #medalmonday
THERE IS STILL TIME TO FUNDRAISE
Set the challenge and connect with our incredible running community, all whilst supporting your chosen charity. Just like 2020 participant Erica and her team Run of Courage for Megan who are using the event to shine a light on Bowel Cancer Research while also raising money for the Peter Mac Cancer Centre. Read Megan’s story here.