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Coronado 130 Virtual Challenge

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Coronado Celebrating 130th Birthday with Virtual Community Challenge

CORONADO, CA (Oct. 6, 2020) – Coronado is virtually celebrating its 130th anniversary by challenging the community to complete 130 miles of exercise by Dec. 11. It's not too late to sign up.

The “Coronado 130 Virtual Challenge: Actively Celebrating 130 Years of Community” is an initiative by the City of Coronado to inspire residents to come together, challenge themselves and their neighbors, and commit to completing 130 miles of any physical activity, all while meeting COVID-19 public health guidelines. The challenge celebrates 130 years since Coronado’s incorporation as a city on Dec. 11, 1890.

“We are calling on residents to join their neighbors and friends and local community service groups to complete 130 miles of exercise by Dec. 11,” said City Manager Blair King. “The pandemic has changed how people are working out and we hope to get people excited about a fun way to get physically active with social distancing measures in place.”

Coronado is home to the U.S. Navy SEALs, is an active community and is fortunate to be the home address for many Olympians and sports stars. We hope to entice our elite, professional as well as our amateur athletes to sign up and help us build fitness, raise community spirit and honor the City’s history.

The Coronado 130 Virtual Challenge began Saturday, July 11, and runs to December 11. Online registration remains open. Registration is free and participants will submit their activities to a leaderboard but also have an individual results page to track their progress. The individual results page will allow participants to see how far they have gone and to quickly check that all their Coronado 130 activities have been logged.

Those who join the free challenge will submit a tally of total distance completed doing activities as varied as walking, running, cycling, swimming, paddle boarding, skateboarding, even golfing and surfing. Any activity that can be estimated for distance will count.

So far, the challenge has 1,637 participants, 157 teams, and nearly 300,000 miles logged. More than 800 participants have logged at least 130 miles.

Finishers will have access to the leaderboard and receive an electronically provided Finisher’s Certificate and challenge medal. The medals, which will be an inspiring collectible and a fun memento of the event, will be available for pick up at the Coronado Community Center. An option to pre-pay a non-refundable shipping and handling fee will be offered at registration for those unable to pick up their medals.

Optional upgrades will be available at registration for a fee. Participants may upgrade to receive a Coronado 130 Virtual Challenge T-shirt. Sizes and payment will be taken during registration. They also may choose to double and triple their challenges.

Easy Day Sports, based in Coronado, is managing registration, website tracking workouts and T-shirt sales. For information on registration, email Easy Day at [email protected]. Visit the web page to register or click here for more information.

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Posted on 10/06/2020
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