Beware The Miles of March – Day 20 Standings

On Day 20, we had 12 participants, who walked, ran, rowed, mountain biked, or rucked, 70.85 miles, bringing the monthly total to 1,117.18 miles.


Tom held on to first place for the 7th consecutive day, with another monstrous day of 15+ miles.  The gap widens, but we have 11 days left.  264 hours.  All time must be used wisely.  Joe did manage to break the 150 mile threshold, and Jeff Bennett is knocking on the door for his 100 miles status.

Day 20, Top 3:

1.  Tom Kingwell – 168.30 total miles (15.20 miles on Day 20)
2.  Joe Aagard – 150.81 total miles (5.77 miles on Day 20)
3.  Jeff Bennett – 96.13 miles (6.01 miles on Day 20)

What have you done today that you can be proud of?

How have you challenged yourself?

Day 20 Graph with Logo

Beware The Miles of March – Day 19 Standings

On Day 19, we had 9 participants, who walked, ran, rowed, mountain biked, or rucked, 35.97 miles, bringing the monthly total to 1,044.97 miles.


Tom held on to first place for the 6th consecutive day, but Joe gained some ground on his first day back after a much deserved one day break.  Is it a comeback?  Maybe too early to tell….but I guarantee you that Tom and Joe are both playing to win.

Day 19, Top 3:

1.  Tom Kingwell – 153.10 total miles (6.20 miles on Day 19)
2.  Joe Aagard – 145.04 total miles (8.91 miles on Day 19)
3.  Jeff Bennett – 90.12 miles (3.10 miles on Day 19)

What have you done today that you can be proud of?

How have you challenged yourself?

Day 19 Graph with Logo

The 1,000 Mile Barrier Has Fallen

1000 Miles IG

 

A mere 18 days into the “Beware The Miles of March” challenge, and we are already over 1,000 miles.  9 miles over, to be exact.  With 13 days to go, I am pushing for 1,700 miles total.

Can we do it?  Time will tell.

I know we can.  But will we?

Many thanks to all participants so far.  This has been a lot of fun.

If anyone reading this wants to jump in on the fun, up until 11:59 PM your time, here are the rules:

  1. Walk, run, ruck, hike, row, or mountain bike, as many miles as you can in the remaining 13 days.
    • Rowing miles only count for half, and must be nautical miles.  Only Ergs count.
    • Mountain biking only counts for half, and must have significant elevation changes noted.
  2. Take a photo or link, and share with me in some way.  Tag me on your website, tag me on Instagram, etc.  Be creative.
  3. Photo MUST SHOW DATE AND TIME of the miles.
  4. I log whatever qualifies, and add you to the graph.

 

Winner at the end of March 31st, gets a t-shirt from me.  So don’t sleep on this opportunity.

Beware The Miles of March – Day 18 Standings

On Day 18, we only had 7 participants, who walked, ran, rowed, mountain biked, or rucked, 29.70 miles, bringing the monthly total to 1,009.00 miles.

The good news is, WE BROKE 1000 MILES ALREADY!!!!!!!

The bad news…Day 18 was our lowest number of participants and miles for any single day so far.

Tom held on to first place for the 5th consecutive day.  Even on a light day, he managed to create a little more space between him and second place.  Will it last?  We will see.  But Jeff Bennett just had his 2nd consecutive 10 mile day…uh oh.  Is that the FREIGHT TRAIN COMING????

Day 18, Top 3:

1.  Tom Kingwell – 146.90 total miles (4.20 miles on Day 18)
2.  Joe Aagard – 136.13 total miles (0.00 miles on Day 18)
3.  Jeff Bennett – 87.02 miles (10.10 miles on Day 18)

What have you done today that you can be proud of?

How have you challenged yourself?

Day 18 Graph with Logo

Beware The Miles of March – Day 17 Standings

On Day 17, we had 10 participants, who walked, ran, rowed, mountain biked, or rucked, 67.49 miles, bringing the monthly total to 979.30 miles.

Tom held on to first place for the 4th consecutive day.  Steadily making moves.

Day 17, Top 3:

1.  Tom Kingwell – 142.70 total miles (12.04 miles on Day 17)
2.  Joe Aagard – 136.13 total miles (8.31 miles on Day 17)
3.  Jeff Bennett – 76.92 miles (10.70 miles on Day 17)

What have you done today that you can be proud of?

How have you challenged yourself?

Day 17 Graph with Logo

Beware The Miles of March – Day 16 Standings

On Day 16, we had 10 participants, who walked, ran, rowed, mountain biked, or rucked, 67.03 miles, bringing the monthly total to 911.81 miles.

Tom held on to first place for the 3rd consecutive day.  He is approaching a streak.

Day 16, Top 3:

1.  Tom Kingwell – 130.66 total miles (7.30 miles on Day 16)
2.  Joe Aagard – 127.82 total miles (4.52 miles on Day 16)
3.  Jeff Bennett – 66.22 miles (0.00 miles on Day 16)

What have you done today that you can be proud of?

How have you challenged yourself?

Day 16 Graph with Logo

Beware The Miles of March – Day 15 Standings

On Day 15, we had 11 participants, who walked, ran, rowed, mountain biked, or rucked, 69.26 miles, bringing the monthly total to 844.78 miles.

Tom held on to first place for the 2nd day in a row, but Joe is only 0.06 miles back.  Neck and neck.  Seriously.

But not to be outdone, we have a NEW SINGLE DAY MILEAGE RECORD.  John Davies put up 25.15 miles on Day 15!  Bananas!

Day 15, Top 3:

1.  Tom Kingwell – 123.36 total miles (9.60 miles on Day 15)
2.  Joe Aagard – 123.30 total miles (10.86 miles on Day 15)
3.  Jeff Bennett – 66.22 miles (0.00 miles on Day 15)

What have you done today that you can be proud of?

How have you challenged yourself?

Day 15 Graph with Logo