Virtual events Enter the SuperHalfs virtual experience

We created SuperHalfs to give every single runner the chance to experience their own running adventure. To explore new places, meet new people and make memories that last a lifetime at five extraordinary half marathons around Europe.

But we also created SuperHalfs because we love to run. And that's why we know running a half marathon is about so much more than just race day. It's also about the months of work that come before.

The late night training runs. The early morning sessions in the rain. The hard work that nobody else sees. And we know that just because you're currently stuck inside, doesn't mean you aren't still putting in that hard work.

We want to help you put that training to good use while all major running events are being postponed or cancelled. So, we've teamed up with realbuzz.com to introduce the Virtual SuperHalfs. A virtual half marathon that lets you earn a unique Virtual SuperHalfs medal at home.

This is also the perfect chance to carry on fundraising for your charity. If you haven't picked a good cause yet for your SuperHalfs journey, our virtual event is the perfect way to start - choose a charity from our official charity listings to get started.

SuperHalfs finisher photo

Taking part is easy

  1. - Enter the Virtual SuperHalfs event on realbuzz.com
  2. - Run the half marathon distance (can run in one go, or in a combination of smaller runs)
  3. - Submit your evidence on realbuzz.com
  4. - Upload a selfie to claim your virtual finisher photo
  5. - Receive your Virtual SuperHalfs medal in the post
Does it matter where I run?

You can run wherever you like, as long as you follow the relevant guidelines from your local health authority. If you would prefer to complete the distance indoors on a treadmill, that is fine.


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FAQ's

What do you mean by evidence?

As this is a virtual event, you'll be completing it on your own in a location of your choosing. Therefore to earn your medal, you need to submit evidence that you have covered the distance.

What kind of evidence do you accept?

Evidence can be anything that proves you have covered the full 13.1 mile (21.1 kilometre) half marathon distance. For example screenshots from tracking apps or photos of your running watch. You can even go old school and show us your written training log.

Where do I submit my evidence?

Once you have entered the Virtual SuperHalfs on realbuzz.com, you will be sent an email explaining how to submit your evidence through their website.

Does it matter where I run?

You can run wherever you like, as long as you follow the relevant guidelines from your local health authority. If you would prefer to complete the distance indoors on a treadmill, that is fine.

Do I have to run the full distance at once?

You can either submit evidence for multiple runs that equal a half marathon overall, or run the whole distance at once. Both count as running the Virtual SuperHalfs.

When will my medal arrive?

Your medal will be dispatched once your evidence has been submitted and verified. Shipping times vary depending on your location.

Do I need to have a SuperHalfs Passport?

Although we encourage you to create a SuperHalfs Passport and take part in the main race series, you do not need to do this to take part in the Virtual SuperHalfs.

Does this count towards my SuperHalfs progress?

The Virtual SuperHalfs does not count towards your overall series progress. It also does not need to be completed as part of the SuperHalfs series.

Who are realbuzz.com?

realbuzz.com are the official technology and training partner of SuperHalfs. As well as creating all of the online systems that power SuperHalfs, they have a range of training tools and resources to help you prepare for your SuperHalfs events.