Sign up to join the MOVEMENT!
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To join the 1,000,000 Miles Challenge, sign up here. You will receive a private link that will enable you to update your progress.
Rest assured, that we will not pass on your information to third parties and we will not spam you with advertising.
Feel free to join the Facebook group, too. Our social media hashtag is #1mm.
Frequently asked questions
Who may participate?
You may only participate if you are a translator or interpreter. This is a challenge that serves to raise awareness for our profession.
I missed the start date, can I still participate?
Yes, you can join us at any time during the challenge. You may also include any miles that you have accomplished between May 1, 2016 and the time you joined.
How can I add my miles?
Once you’ve signed up, you will be listed as a contributor on our Participants page. When you sign up, you will receive an email to confirm your participation. This email will contain a private link with which you can update your total miles.
What about the challenge on Endomondo?
We created the challenge on Endomondo as well. Here, you can basically see your total miles and track your own progress. However, you will still have to update your total miles on our website. We will remind you every quarter to do so.
What about other platforms, such as Strava?
We have decided to only maintain the challenge on Endomondo and we’ve simplified the update process of your contribution by providing the private link when you sign up. This challenge is a voluntary project and we try to keep everybody’s effort to participate as low as possible, including our own.
How do you make sure that nobody cheats?
Well, aside from checking whether or not participants really are translators or interpreters, we pretty much can’t check if someone is adding more miles that they really accomplished. So we have to trust each and every participant to play fair. Thanks for keeping it real!