You are free to set your own pace and to track your own progress. Your race, your pace. Honesty is the best policy. There is no need to submit your time. We rely on everyone to track his or her own progress. Besides, we have our Facebook group where you are encouraged to post photos of yourself once you have finished the event. You can also share articles related to the cause. Occasional contests will be held for most interesting posts or photos.
I loved my save the sea turtle shirt and medal! The shirt is so comfortable and soft, and oh so cute!! I did the 10k on Saturday on the beach, and it was an awesome experience. I volunteer at an aquarium that rescues, rehabilitates, and releases sea turtles and have participated in several releases. Thanks for this opportunity to continue to help Save the sea turtles!
With the pandemic putting in person racing on hold, virtual races are a fun way to continue training while supporting a great cause. This was a great way to bring awareness of the plight of sea turtles, so we can all work together to protect these beautiful creatures.
I would highly recommend Funky Chimp. My purchase was easy and I ran it on my time. I love the medal and the tank top. The cost was reasonable. Everyone has been super helpful when I had questions. I can't wait to find another race to run through them.
We are proud and honored to be able to work with a dedicated group of individuals and institutions in their mission to save the sea turtles, other sea creatures, and the various bodies of water around the globe.
The State of the World's Sea Turtles, or SWOT, is a partnership among Oceanic Society, the IUCN-SSC Marine Turtle Specialist Group, Duke University's OBIS-SEAMAP. It is a globally-focused program that combines science with education, outreach, and action to advance sea turtle conservation worldwide.
>> to create a permanent global network of specialists working to accelerate the conservation of sea turtles and their habitats
>> to build a transparent and trusting community that works towards identifying and creating opportunities for collaboration between and within projects, regions, and countries
>> to pool and synthesize data and regularly share the information with audiences who can make a difference
Oceanic Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that works to improve ocean health by deepening the connections between people and nature to address the root cause of its decline: human behavior. They seek to bridge the gap between awareness and measurable behavior change in 3 major ways.