Race Director reveals the Virtual Hoppit 2020 medal

The rules are simple. You must run your specified distance (either 13.1 miles or 26.2 miles) at any time in the week that we were planning the actual Hampshire Hoppit, i.e. between 14 June and 21 June. This is a self-policed event – we trust you to be honest on this! Such that we know that you have completed the distance, your run time will be entered using the Webscorer website (instructions will be included on registration).

Runners are encouraged to share their route pictures on social media (Instagram, Twitter, Facebook), we’d love to see where you’ve been running. Try to challenge yourself! Is there a White Hill equivalent near to you that you could include? We love hills at the Hoppit, so see what you can find out there. We are all overcoming challenges at the moment, so challenge yourself, it’s up to you how you choose to challenge yourself.

Every finisher will receive (by post) the official Hampshire Hoppit medal (either half marathon or full marathon).