FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

  • What counts toward miles for the Skully Shuffle?
    Anything from walking, biking, running, etc.
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  • How do I submit my miles/times?

    All Skully Shuffle team captains will receive an email on Monday mornings that will include a personalized link to log the previous week's miles for the entire team. Once you receive that link, you can submit the miles at any time. If you registered after the event start date, you will receive individual emails to record your previous week's miles starting the Monday after you register. Here are step-by-step instructions for logging miles:

    Instructions for Logging Skully Shuffle Miles

    All Hustle to Homecoming participants will receive an email on Monday mornings that will include a personalized link to log your time(s) for the 5K, 10K, and/or Marathon from the previous week. Once you receive that link, you can submit any of your times. You may also resubmit if you achieve a faster time. Here are step-by-step instructions for logging times:

    INSTRUCTIONS FOR LOGGING HUSTLE TO HOMECOMING TIMES

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  • Can I still register for the event even though it already started?
    Yes! The Miles for Marauders event will have open registration until the last submission date, October 19, 2020.
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  • How do I track my miles/times?
    We are using the honor system, but would suggest popular apps like Strava or tracking through a Fitbit and/or Apple Watch.
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  • When will I receive my Miles for Marauders t-shirt and medal?
    Participants will receive more information about receiving t-shirts and medals after the competition ends on October 19. As a reminder, you have to complete your challenge to receive a medal.
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  • What is the best way to collect my team's miles each week?
    We recommend team captains create a team group chat via social media or SMS messaging. Group members can also create shared files (i.e Google Drive or Microsoft) to allow individuals to record their weekly miles.
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