Disclaimer: I received an entry to run the Virtual Hospital Hill Run to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out BibRave.com to review find and write race reviews!
Hey runner friends! I’d like to invite you to join me in a great virtual race opportunity. COVID-19 may be canceling (or delaying) many of our races, but I love how many virtual options have opened up. Some that we’d never get to run virtually before. The Hospital Hill Run is one of those opportunities.
On June 6th, the 2020 Hospital Hill Run was scheduled to take place in Kansas City, MO. This is a Kansas City race tradition, now in it’s 47th year. You can run one of three distances, half marathon, 10k, or 5k virtually through July 1st. This gives runners and walkers the chance to run their race of choice, at home on the day of their choosing during that time frame.
With all the virtual race options popping up, Hospital Hill Run is making this one special. There is a Facebook Page where you can share your photos, videos, and race experience with everyone else running. Also, hopefully you are on Instagram and Twitter, so you can use the hashtag, #HHRVirtual2020 to follow and continue the sharing and virtual event excitement!
So, what are you waiting for? Join me and let’s run Hospital Hill virtually! Head over to https://virtual.hospitalhillrun.com/ and register for the distance of your choice. Use discount code BIBRAVE1 to save 15% off! Then, be sure to join the Facebook Group to join in the fun conversation, motivation and photos! Then, run your race! Once you’ve crossed your finish line, submit your results!
Once your results are submitted, your awesome swag pack will be headed your way! You will get a digital finisher certificate to your email, race bib, Charlie Hustle Finisher shirt, and Finisher Medal!
I’m running the 10k virtually, and I can’t wait to see who is joining me and my fellow BibRavePros in running this virtual event! I’ve never run a race in Kansas City, MO (never been there either, LOL), but I feel like this is a great way to be a part of a fun race tradition in Missouri!