TRACKING

Make your way along the coast virtually! Every mile logged moves participants closer to reaching the 100 mile goal; run, walk, hike, or crab walk – it all counts! Just follow the submission instructions below to upload efforts (and turn them into bragging rights!).

SURFTOWN CHALLENGE BEACH BADGES

Hit a milestone? Download the corresponding badge to post on social media!

Lighthouse Point Park /// 0.0 Miles
New Haven, Connecticut
DOWNLOAD BADGE

Branford Point /// 7.2 Miles
Branford, Connecticut
DOWNLOAD BADGE

Jacobs Beach /// 18.9 Miles
Guilford, Connecticut
DOWNLOAD BADGE

Hammonasset Beach State Park /// 28.8 Miles
Madison, Connecticut
DOWNLOAD BADGE

Harvey’s Beach /// 40.8 Miles
Old Saybrook, Connecticut
DOWNLOAD BADGE

Rocky Neck State Park /// 58.9 Miles
East Lyme, Connecticut
DOWNLOAD BADGE

McCook Point Park /// 62.9 Miles
Niantic, Connecticut
DOWNLOAD BADGE

Ocean Beach Park /// 71.2 Miles
New London, Connecticut
DOWNLOAD BADGE

Esker Point Beach /// 83.8 Miles
Groton, Connecticut
DOWNLOAD BADGE

Misquamicut State Beach /// 100.0 Miles
Westerly, Rhode Island
DOWNLOAD BADGE

ACTIVITY SUBMISSIONS

To make mileage official, submit run or walk efforts through your haku participant account between 12:00 AM on Friday, September 4 and 11:59 PM on Monday, September 14, using one of the two following options:

  • Option 1 – Sync a compatible wearable device prior to activity. Results will be uploaded to your haku results platform once your watch resyncs to your application. WEARABLE SYNC DETAILS
    • Compatible with: Garmin Connect and FitBit.
    • Don’t have a wearable device? No problem! Download the free Fitbit app on your smartphone and use the MobileRun® feature to track pace, time and distance. You can also control your music and use voice cues to stay in command. LEARN MORE
  • Option 2 – Enter results manually. Feel free to submit an image for verification of your activity. MANUAL UPLOAD DETAILS

Everytime you upload your activities to your account it will automatically update the Leaderboard to show your progress!

We’ll also be updating the Team Leaderboard on September 8, September 11 and September 14 to show which teams have tackled the most miles!

FRIENDLY REMINDERS

Please adhere to social distancing recommendations and follow all public safety directives.

FAQS

Does it matter how many miles I run/walk each day?

You can run, walk, or hike as many times and for as many miles you want each day, it’s up to you! Just remember to upload each effort into your haku participant account, to make sure they all get counted toward the leaderboard!

How do I see my Team’s total mileage?

The live leaderboard displays individual mileage as it is uploaded to your haku participant account. Team cumulative mileage will be calculated and displayed periodically throughout the challenge.

Do I receive my hoodie and medal if I do not complete the 100 Miles?

Yes! All participants can pick up their medal at curbside pick up or will be mailed their hoodie and medal following the event.

  • PRESENTING SPONSOR


    SPECIAL THANKS TO OUR COMMUNITY PARTNER

    logo_mba

  • ANNUAL PARTNERS