How It Works

A virtual run is a race that you can complete at your own pace and time. 

All you have to do is register for a challenge and provide evidence that you have done it. The evidence can be a screenshot of your running app showing the map, time of run and km’s ran. 

JustMove Asia challenges require you to run or walk for at least 2.5km past some of Singapore’s prettiest landmarks.

Once your run is verified, you will receive your medal with free delivery!


You can complete JustMove Asia challenges by running, walking or strolling at your own pace and time, as long as you cover the minimum distance required and you pass by the predetermined check-point of each challenge.

Feel free to use any GPS-enabled tracking app to log your run. You can then log in your personal dashboard and upload the screenshot and/or GPX files to us for verification of your data. Once your run is validated, the medal will be delivered to your address and the challenge will be marked as complete! At the same time, you will earn digital goodies and, if you wish, enter the leaderboard as well to compete with other users!

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

– Which apps do you accept?

We accept all major running and fitness apps that are GPS enabled. Such apps include Strava, Sports-Tracker, Endomondo, MapMyRun, Runtastic, RunKeeper, Fitbit, TomTom Sports, Garmin Connect etc.

– Do you accept pedometers / step-trackers?

No, we only accept GPS enabled apps. If you are unsure, please contact us.

– What type of uploads do you accept?

The screenshot of your app must clearly show the following:

  • Total distance of the run
  • Time (or pace) of the run
  • Route followed during run that passes through the checkpoint of the challenge
  • Date and time that the run was completed

Alternatively, you can upload directly the .gpx file, which you can extract from your app.

– How do I know if my run is valid?

For your run to be valid, two things are necessary: The minimum distance is covered, and you have passed by the respective checkpoint. Make sure that your upload shows the total distance and the route you followed on a map is reasonably close to the checkpoint of the challenge. Click here to see the minimum distance and checkpoints for each challenge.

– When can I upload my run?

You can upload a screenshot of your run any time after you complete it via this link.

– How long do I have to complete the challenge?

Good news, the registration and upload periods were extended until 31 July 2021

– Is there a minimum pace for the run to be valid?

No, there is no minimum speed and no cut-off times.

– Can I scoot or use powered mobility devices?

No, we encourage physical activity and we do not accept any electrical / gas or other powered vehicles.

– I will like to remain anonymous and not enter the leaderboard

During your upload, you can indicate if you want us to include you in the leaderboard or not.

– When will I receive my medal?

Entitlements are shipped out in batches during the first week of the calendar month after your upload. This means that if you upload a run on 4th January, your medal will be shipped in the first week of February, and so on. If your run fails validation, we will ask you to re-upload a new run.

– What areas do you ship to?

At the moment we ship for free island-wide in Singapore.

– What type of payments do you accept?

We accept online payments with all major credit cards, through PayPal (no PayPal account is required). If you are facing issues, please contact us.

– How do I know if my registration is successful?

Please check your email (including your spam folder) for a confirmation email upon payment received. If you do not hear from us within 2 days, please contact us.

The Medals