Royal Welsh Challenge
How does your 5K personal best hold up against the #WelshWarriors from the Royal Welsh?
Challenge yourself against some of the Army’s fittest soldiers, entering our leaderboard of quickest times. Up to £100 of Amazon vouchers are up for grabs!
Become a Welsh Warrior.
Results can be compared against those of the same age, gender, military rank and worldwide location. End of season prizes are available to the fastest men and women.
Registration for the 2020 Royal Welsh Challenge is now open. The challenge will run from 1 January – 31 December 2020.
You must register by 30 December, and submit your evidence by 31 December to be eligible for end of year prizes and to appear on the official results.
An automatic donation of £2.50 will be made to the Soldiers’ Charity for every entry into the Royal Welsh Challenge. The Soldiers’ Charity provides financial and practical support to soldiers, veterans and their immediate family.
A small non-refundable admin fee will be charged on top of your entry by ACTIVE, who manage our registration platform.
Submitting Your Results
Submitting your results is easy. Just follow the link in your confirmation email, or click here.
You will need to enter your registration ID (which can be found in the confirmation email you received when signing up), insert your finish time and upload some supporting evidence (a photograph of gym equipment, screenshot from a fitness tracker, link to a GPS activity or a letter of verification from a physical training instructor).
If you can’t find your registration ID, login to your MyEvents profile here using the email address and password you registered with to retrieve it.
If you have any issues submitting your results, contact us at email@example.com.
The Coronavirus crisis has impacted the way we all must live and work.
If you are participating in a virtual MRR challenge, please make sure you check the latest government guidelines for the country you are in before you race as there are new rules on outdoor exercise and social distancing in many countries.
Read our advice here.