ORRC’s 1200 Club registration is open throughout October 15, 2022. Retroactive miles are allowed back to January 2022 for later registrations.
What is the 1200 Club?
Finishing its ninth year, the ORRC 1200 Club in 2021 had another 31 participants earning their jacket, with another 114 picking up patches after completing 1200 miles in one calendar year. Steve Walters had the most miles for the third consecutive year, and overall, participants completed 268,626.81 miles in 2021. This helps the the 1200 Club reach 2,327,520.17 total miles, or 93 times around the Earth, 7 times to the moon, and inching our way toward Mars!
Through the course of 9 years 672 ORRC members have participated in the 1200 Club, with 507 earning the coveted jackets. And 17 individuals have completed 1200 miles all of the last 9 years.
Do you want to give yourself a challenge in 2022? Why not sign up for the 1200 Club? The link to register is Register 1200 Club.
If you have any questions e-mail email@example.com
Monthly Submission and Mileage Totals
2022 Monthly Mileage Submission Form – click here
About the 1200 Club
Since 2013, ORRC has had 681 runner and walker ORRC members register for the 1200 Club challenge, and 482 participants received jackets. Cumulative mileage from all participants through 2020 shows club members have circumnavigated the Earth 82 times, and gone to the moon and back three times!
Download a handy mileage reporting chart – click here.
All monthly totals for the calendar year are due by the following January 10th of the next calendar year (e.g all monthly miles for 2022 are due by January 10th of 2023.) Annual ongoing totals of all participants will be published in the Oregon Distance Runner (ODR) throughout the year and are available online.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions about the program.
Give yourself a challenge and join the club!
- All monthly totals for the calendar year are due by the following January 10th of the next calendar year (e.g. all monthly miles for 2022 are due by January 10th of 2023.)
What Miles Count?
- Races and training miles
- Running and/ or Walking miles
And What Miles Don’t Count?
- Miles from another sport such as cycling, swimming, and ellipticals
- Running in a swimming pool
- “Steps” counted on a pedometer during the course of a day that are not part of a standard run or walk
“Thank you for all you do to make this club so much fun and keeps people like me motivated to meet this goal.” Philip McGuigan
“When I was younger, I could run a lot more. Now, a lot of my exercise is walking, biking, and the gym. The 1200 club is an important incentive for me. Your help means a lot to me. Thanks!” Doug Marshall