In place of the canceled 2020 Marathon National Championships, USABA will be holding its first-ever virtual Blind Running Unity Day. We encourage visually impaired joggers and runners of all ability levels across the country to lace up your shoes and go for a run, whether it is indoors on a treadmill or outside with a sighted guide.
Many may never desire to travel to a destination race or run a marathon, but there is no reason why you can’t become part of this ever-growing community of visually impaired runners.
In addition to individual runners conducting their own virtual events, we have 12 host hubs you can register with if you are in the vicinity:
-New York City
The first 150 runners to register will receive a USABA running hat to wear on December 6. Supplies are limited.
Please register by November 24th at Blind Running Unity Day
This event is free for all visually impaired runners and USABA membership is optional.
If you have any questions, please contact event coordinator Richard Hunter at firstname.lastname@example.org
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