We know how challenging it was to complete those races, and how proud you must be about your accomplishments!
Now you have one online place to keep all your race memories and achievements - your Runner Profile on RunPage.
In your Runner Profile you can add your status as a runner, set your goals, update about your next race and note your personal records!
You can also highlight the races you are most proud about, and easily customize the header image with your best photo.
Finally - you should go ahead and share it with the world. You deserve to be proud about your achievements!
Runners are free to explore new routes, new trails and new scenery. Runners, who share their running experience in RunPage stories might imagine running longer because of their ability to relive the experience, inspire someone to try running for the first time, to connect with their running communities, and most importantly with families and friends about their finish line experiences.
All that is left now is to share the memories and relive the experience with other runners, your friends and family! All of your race photos and memories are stored in one convenient location and easy to access and update at any time!
RunPage, the newest platform for runners and race finishers to relive, celebrate and share the race experience, is now available to all races using the Pic2Go branded photos!
With the growing need of runners and race finishers to digitally celebrate and share their achievements, we've decided to build RunPage - a new forum for doing just this!
Running is now a social activity. If you aren't doing it already, its time to socialize your running game.
So how can you get started?
"That which does not kill us, makes us stronger.” - Friedrich Nietzsche
Apparently Nietzsche got something right: overcoming challenges does make you stronger. Scientists and psychologists have conducted studies that prove austerity increases strength, and adaptability.
The race training process is a perfect example of how challenges push us to our limits, and ultimately make us tougher and durable.
But to any one who has run in any race, from a 5K to a Full Marathon already know this to be true,
Running is hard. Building up stamina and endurance is hard. Running 11 miles in February may not be the most fun activity. But what not all runners realize, is that the challenge actually improves the entire running experience. The higher the goal, the higher the reward. More so than that, without any difficulty, the running experience is less meaningful and a lot less enjoyable.