May Challenge FAQs

Where/how do I log mileage for the May Challenge?

If you are having trouble logging into Raceday, please visit this page.

While you registered for the May Challenge at, your runs are logged in Raceday. RaceMenu and Raceday are two separate and distinct web applications. There's a web version of Raceday and an iOS version for iPhone/iPad users. 

Raceday-web can be access via any web browser at

If you're using an iOS device, you can download the Raceday app from the App Store.
If you have an older version of the Raceday app, you'll need to update to iOS v2.0.6 or later.  

Sorry, we no longer support the Android version of Raceday and will not be updating it for the 2018 Winter Challenge. Please use Raceday-web.

How can I get added to a team?

Email requesting that your entry be added to the team and please remember to include the event name (there are multiple Winter Challenge events) and the team name.

How do I edit my mileage?

Raceday-web: Click on History, select a date, edit whatever value(s) you want to change, then click "Save." 
Raceday-iOS: Click on RunLog > History, select a date, click edit, edit whatever value(s) you want to change, then click "Save." 

You can only edit runs/walks which are within the four day grace period. 

What if I run/walk multiple times on the same day?

The app calculates your daily total, so if you run three miles in the morning and another three miles in the evening, you'll have six miles for that day and qualify for the gold level. If you run three miles outdoors in the morning and three miles indoors miles in the evening, your overall level will still be gold (six miles) and your Winter Warrior level will be silver (three miles.) Yes, we know it does not make sense to call it "Winter Warrior" in May, but we wanted to keep that outdoor mileage recognition in the May Challenge.

How are the app medals and Winter Warrior status determined?

There are Bronze, Silver, and Gold levels based on your total daily mileage, both indoors and outdoors. Each level is determined by your actual daily mileage, not your average daily mileage. So if you run 5+ miles for 30 days, and 1 mile for 1 day, you will still be at the Bronze level due to that one day of lower mileage. 

If you log miles both indoors and outdoors every day, you may have two different levels depending on your mileage. The summary screen and overall leaderboard will always display your highest level, while the Winter Warrior leaderboard will display your Winter Warrior level.

The levels are ranked from highest to lowest in the following order:

  1. -- Bronze = run/walk 1 mile/day 
  2. -- Silver = run/walk 3 miles/day 
  3. -- Gold = run/walk 5 miles/day 
  4. -- Winter Warrior Bronze = run/walk 1 mile/day outdoors 
  5. -- Winter Warrior Silver = run/walk 3 mile/day outdoors 
  6. -- Winter Warrior Gold = run/walk 5 mile/day outdoors

What's the deadline for logging my mileage?
There's a four day grace period to log and edit mileage. No exceptions will be made after four days. 

Why is there a big red X on the running man?

This image does not necessarily mean that you are out of the competition. This image is to alert you that there is a missing entry for one of the days. If that missing entry is within the 4 day grace period, then you have nothing to worry about. Simply add the log entry for that day and your medal status will be returned to normal. If, however, you missed a day during the challenge and you're outside of the 4 day grace period, this is the saddest image of them all. We're sorry, but you're out of the May Challenge. 

When will I receive my May Challenge shirt? 

Shirts (if ordered) will begin shipping out in mid-May. Shirts will also be available for pick-up at RACE Cancer Foundation's Mother's Day 5K on May 13th.

When will I receive my May Challenge medal?

Medals (if ordered) will begin shipping out in early June.

Still having trouble?If none of these problems apply or none of these solutions fix your problem, please submit a support ticket (click the "Support" tab on RaceMenu or email explaining the problem.