24 Hour Race
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Bay Area Race 2018

Spring 2019

 
 
 
 
 
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About

Thousands of high school students gather all around the world for 24 hours in a global fight against slavery. Slavery can only be ended with greater awareness, understanding, and urgency. 24 Hour Races are a unique, compelling, and successful way to bring that to a generation of youth all over the world. The 24 Hour Race is a movement that brings change to hundreds of people around the world while platforming the upcoming generation to become change makers.

 

HKD 50,000 goal to raise

24 hours to run

8 people per team

2018 Race Facts

 

The Bay Area 24 Hour Race marked the first ever 24 Hour Race in the United States. The 24 Hour Race was founded in Hong Kong in 2010, quickly growing into a youth movement in Asia where thousands of high school students from hundreds of schools together in a fight against modern day slavery.

In April 2018, the 24 Hour Race crossed to Pacific Ocean and set foot in the Bay Area. The 24 Hour Race has raised over 1.2 million USD through our races in Asia and the US.

 

30

volunteers

 

3

schools

 

1,700

km run

70

runners

 

9

teams

 

2,000

students linked