Commit to running/walking at least 2 km per day to upgrade your fitness level with a motivating challenge like no other!
100 Days of Running is a unique challenge that began in 2015 with the aim of bringing fitness to your door! Don't miss this opportunity to join and transform your life, forever!Join Now!
Each year people around the globe choose the 100 Days of Running Challenge as a medium to achieve their fitness goals. The participation of people in our challenge so far will surely motivate you to step out and get on track daily to build healthy habits.
Number of Runners
Distance covered in KM
Plan what you want to achieve in the 100 days, whether it’s your target mileage or the number of days to run.
Complete your daily run for each day between 29th April 2023 & 6th August 2023. Recovery walks or skipped days are fine too.
Being a virtual event, you are free to run where and when you want without being bound by any time restrictions.
Submit your run data on the event website or the following apps, and compare your results with other participants.
The purpose of this event is to encourage everyone to give their best effort and get the most out of the challenge. If you need to miss a few days due to personal obligations, it won't disqualify you from the event.
However, in order to receive the finisher medal, you must submit your running or walking data for at least 40 days.
For each day, only the activity with the longest distance will be counted.
A new points-based leaderboard will consider your days, distance, pace, & data submission method
Auto import from supported apps will work with private activities
A wide array of leaderboards will make this event more fun and distinct. Individual, age-based, couple, family leaderboards, and more!
Get inspired by our participants who ran without limits to achieve their goals and completed the target within the stipulated time!
One of the biggest volunteer-based organisations in India is called Bhumi. They support a variety of causes, including education, the environment, animal welfare, and community welfare, with about 33,000 volunteers. Currently, Bhumi educates about 25,000 underprivileged children in India through their extensive educational programme.
Depending on how many days you run, team HDOR will donate Rs. 20 after completing 40-99 days and Rs. 50 on completion of 100 days to the NGO partner- Bhumi.
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You can download the official HDOR mobile app and view your event stats for your submitted activities. Check your rank against other participants as well and view the podium place toppers in each age category. You will also be able to view all the reports and leaderboards using your HDOR account on your laptop or computer.
Participants must submit their activity information online using one of the many applications we support because this is a virtual event. You can record and share your activity using Strava, MapMyRun, Runkeeper, Garmin Connect, Fitbit, or Apple Watch.
Manual data submission is not necessary if you use any other mobile app or device that may export app data to any of these apps.
Entry + Finisher e-Certificate
Entry + Finisher e-Certificate + Finisher Medal*
Entry + Finisher e-Certificate + Finisher Medal*+ Personalized t-shirt
Invite your friends to join the event and help them start their fitness journey. By referring to them, you can earn special referral rewards such as iPhones, Apple watches, vouchers, and more. Your friends will also receive a special ₹50 discount when they use your referral code to register. You will receive your referral code after registering. Check out the table below to see the bonus rewards you can earn when someone you refer registers using your code.
Working with others can make the experience more enjoyable, supportive, and rewarding. You have the option to participate in a challenge on your own or with a team.
By forming or joining a team, you can encourage each other and compete against other groups. To get started, log in to your dashboard and set up or join a team. The combined distances of all team members will be tracked on the leaderboard.
Team up with your spouse to conquer this challenge together
Bond with your family to turn this challenge into something memorable
Team up with your buddies & push one another to their maximum potential!
You have the total freedom to choose which option you prefer. When joining or creating a team, note that each team participant is required to complete their own registration.
To know more about the process, check out this video.
Doing the 100 Days of Running challenge with your loved ones or colleagues can make it even more enjoyable. You can register as a group to receive discounted pricing.
Have any questions in mind about this event? Check out our Rules and FAQs below.
Our website has a section specifically for new users, called the new users section which provides a step-by-step guide on how to create an account, confirm your participation in the event, connect apps to your HDOR account, submit data, and access other useful information. Please visit this section for more information.
New participants who do not have pre-existing HDOR accounts need to sign up for a new one first. Previous HDOR participants can re-use their pre-existing accounts to log in. Use the Forgot Password feature on the login page to generate a new one, in case you have forgotten your old one.
Registrations for the 2023 edition will end on 30th April 2023.
To participate in the event, participants must be at least 7 years old. Children under 14 years of age must have parental consent to participate.
There is no maximum age limit for participation in the event.
Participation certificates will be awarded to all participants who have submitted data for at least one day of the event.
The finisher certificate, which displays the participant's rank in various categories such as gender, age, city, group, organization, and country, will be available for download for participants who have submitted at least 40 days of valid activity data.
|Rank||Item -2023||MRP (INR)||Min Referral|
|1||iPhone 14 pro 128 GB||129900||250|
|2||Apple watch ultra||89900||200|
|3||iPhone 14 plus||89900||200|
|4||iPhone 14 128 GB||79900||175|
|5||iPhone 13-128 GB||69900||150|
|6||iPhone 12 - 64 GB||59900||125|
|7||Apple watch series 8||45900||100|
|8||Apple watch SE||29900||90|
|10||Airpods 3rd gen||19900||70|
See the live referral leaderboard here to see the top referring participants!
|Number of Registrations||Discount||With Medal||Medal + T-shirt||Entry Only|
|100 or more||16% off||671||1,007||335|
Have any questions in mind about this event? Check out our General Faqs below.
The 100 Days of Running challenge is a virtual event in which participants are required to run or walk a minimum distance of 2 kilometres per day for 100 consecutive days.
To be considered an event finisher, participants must complete at least 40 days of the challenge.
Participants can track their progress using a mobile app or GPS watch, or by manually reporting their distance and time on the event website or an app like Strava (although a maximum daily distance of 5 kilometres can be reported without proof). For additional information about the challenge, see the FAQs.
Only participants who have submitted valid run data for at least 40 days out of 100 will be eligible for the finisher medal. If you are indeed eligible to receive the medal, refer to the timelines section for the same.
Finishers are ranked based on the number of days for which valid data is submitted. If multiple participants have the same number of days, their ranking is determined by the points they earn, which are awarded based on the distance covered and activity pace.
Both manual submissions (with or without a link) and automatic imports of distance are considered, but pace points are only awarded for automatically imported activities from supported apps.
Participants who have their data automatically imported from any of the supported apps will receive a bonus of 10 points for each activity.
The 2023 leaderboard will be based on the number of days run, followed by activity points. Activity points are calculated as follows:
Activity points = Distance points + Pace points + Bonus points
Distance points are awarded at a rate of 4 points per kilometre. No Pace Points at >= 15 Min/km (Min pace) Pace points at 50% of Distance Points at <= 5 Min/km (Max pace) Pace Points if the pace is between 5 Min/km & 15 Min/km = Distance points * 0.5 * (Max Pace – Activity Pace) / (Max Pace – Min Pace)
Pace points are only awarded for imported activities connected apps, and not for manually submitted activities.
Participants will receive a bonus of 10 points per day if their activity data is automatically imported from any of the supporting apps.
Following are the age categories for the event:
Participant age as on event start date, i.e. April 30th, 2023, will be considered for above categories.
The top 5 men and women as per published rank will receive a podium trophy (days & then points earned basis)
|Event Category||Trophy To||Total Trophies|
|Age category winners||Top 3 men and women||78|
|Couple team winners||Top 5 teams||5 (One trophy per team)|
|Family team winners||Top 5 teams||5 (One trophy per team)|
|Friends team winners (Men only)||Top 5 teams||5 (One trophy per team)|
|Friends team winners (Women only)||Top 5 teams||5 (One trophy per team)|
|Friends team winners (Mixed gender)||Top 5 teams||5 (One trophy per team)|
|Running groups||Top 10 groups||10 (One trophy per group)|
|Corporate teams||Top 10 corporates||10 (One trophy per corporate)|
Have any questions in mind about this event? Check out our General Faqs below.
It is not required to use a mobile running app or GPS watch, but it is highly recommended. If you prefer, you can also log your daily run distance and time by entering the information on the HDOR website or mobile app. A maximum distance of 5 km per day can be accepted without any supporting evidence.
If you are installing a mobile app, please see the list of our supported apps here.
Treadmill or indoor runs that are tracked using GPS watches in indoor or treadmill mode and for which you have a public activity link displaying distance, time, pace, and splits will be accepted for submission. However, if you do treadmill running without this type of data, you can still manually submit your daily run data, as long as the maximum distance for the day does not exceed 5 km.
Older run data can be submitted for up to 10 days after the date of the run.Submissions beyond this timeframe will not be accepted. It is the participant's responsibility to ensure that their submissions are made on time. The final deadline for submitting all entries after the event is 9th August 2023. No submissions will be accepted after this date.
If there are any issues with automatic data import, the participant must inform the support team within the above-mentioned submission timeframe.
On your mobile or computer browser head to our website and access the Menu >> Settings >> Connected Apps section to connect your HDOR account to Strava
On your mobile app, visit the Menu >> Connected Apps section to connect your HDOR account to Strava
For step by step process to connect your HDOR account to your Strava account so that all your run/walks are automatically imported, check out the help video on our help and support page.
Your run will be available on our website within an hour of your run data submission or as soon as it becomes available in your Strava account if you have connected your HDOR account to Strava. If your run data does not appear in your account within one hour, please submit the activity link and run data manually through the app or website, and contact our support team at email@example.com.
We permit participants to mix running and walking. In fact, we recommend that participants take a few rest days by walking the minimum required distance of 2 km as part of the event rules. This can help with recovery.
If you are submitting more than one entry for a single day, only the activity with the longest distance will be counted. This means that if you do more than one run or walk activity on the same day, only the one with the greatest distance will be considered.
For any data submission, the minimum distance eligible to be submitted is 2 km. Any distance less than 2 km will be considered invalid.
There is no upper distance limit for submission with proper activity proof in the form of a valid activity link from the mobile app or GPS watch
However, if the submission is without acceptable proof, then a maximum distance of 5 km can be submitted.
The event organisers reserve the right to reject any entry with suspicious GPS data, such as a straight line outside of a normal run route or an unrealistic high pace (e.g. sub 3 min/km pace at any point during the run). Submitting any data from a ride or using a vehicle will result in the entry being considered invalid. The event organisers also have the right to disqualify a participant if it is determined that they have received external assistance (e.g. by using a bike or other vehicle) or cheated in any way during the event.
It is not allowed to submit activities that are tagged with someone else's name. Only the participant who recorded the activity can submit it. If any tagged activity is discovered, it will be removed from the system and will not be considered for the event.