There’s no registration fee! We just ask you to raise what you can.
You can take on The Big 100 where you want, when you want. Whether you want to take it slow and steady, or hit your 100km target in one weekend, it’s totally up to you.
The distance totals will start from the 1st July so only walking distance from that date will be counted. You can start fundraising straight away though! The first 25 walkers to get donations in will win a month’s free pass to a Fitness First gym.
Show off your achievement to your friends with your Big 100 certificate! If you raise over £100 you also get your own limited edition Big 100 2020 medal.
This year, we have introduced The Double. If 100km isn’t enough of a challenge for you, go big and aim for 200km. You’ll be a Team Breathe Legend!
You definitely can! You can change within your account once you’ve signed up, if you’re feeling like challenging yourself even more.
Top spot on the leaderboards, your certificate, and you’ll be going for gold. Raise over £100 and you’ll get our limited edition golden ‘The Double’ medal. Extra bling for extra effort!
There’s no target! We just ask that you raise as much as possible to help us fight lung disease.
You will have to raise £100 to get a medal, as well as completing your challenge! By raising £100, you could fund a day of life saving research.
Money donated to your online page will come to the British Lung Foundation automatically.
Technical support and tracking your distance
Fitness Apps, like Strava, Fitbit or MapMyFitness, are the easiest way. You can link your fitness app to your fundraising page to get a running (or walking!) total. Instructions on how to connect your fitness apps can be found here.
If you’re using a FitBit, you can choose Treadmill as an exercise type. MapMyFitness also has a treadmill option when selecting 'Activity type'. Unfortunately, Strava doesn’t have the capability to record static exercise.