Our office will be closed Monday, May 28th, in observance of Memorial Day. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Who We Are
Carefully developed over 25 years, 100 Mile Club's award-winning school-based program is getting kids moving and healthy across the United States.
The 100 Mile Club presents students with a straightforward challenge: run, jog, or walk 100 Miles over the course of the school year.
of obese children already have at least one risk factor for heart disease.
of girls are dissatisfied with their weight by age 8.
Childhood obesity and inactivity has grown at an alarming rate and now affects more than 30 percent of children, making it the most common chronic disease of childhood.
The age of 6 is when sociocultural factors start influencing body dissatisfaction, leading to pervasive negative body esteem.
Experts believe schools are a key setting for efforts to prevent childhood obesity.
Taking a unique approach to prevent, reduce, and reverse childhood obesity amongst school age children, we make fitness opportunities available in schools and empower kids to achieve a healthy lifestyle they can maintain.
Our unique Signature Incentives celebrate and unify all students. Every year, our milestone tracking t-shirt color changes. No matter where the students are, their shirt will match those of every 100 Mile Club participant that year.
from the blogs
What’s the story with these 100 Mile Club® Tees? We see them everywhere! What color will the tee be this year? Our 2018-19 shirt color reveal video is below… The 100 Mile Club® t-shirts go back to 1992, and as we locate more pictures, we will post them here and on our Pinterest page. It’s[…]
School is quickly coming to and end, and every year we get questions from parents, community centers, and summer schools asking “How do we keep our children moving through the summer?” The answer is simple: Club262®, of course! We’re thrilled to announce that the ALL-NEW Club 262® Summer Challenge is back and better than ever! YES! The goal? Run[…]
Walking challenge leads to strong bond for McKinney, Cohen By Martin Barrett, sports editor [email protected] Original publication, BolivarMONews.com A twice-a-week walking challenge at Bolivar Intermediate School has led to a volunteer experience and a friendship for two Bolivar R-1 School District students, Bolivar High School junior Tracen McKinney and BIS student Rachel Cohen, who...
Another amazing Run4Kids Day is in the books! We appreciate the support, attendance, passion, and fun experienced throughout the day. Those who attended in spite of the sprinkles, including our event vendors, deserve a big shout out! PICS + PAGES Thank you to event photographer DAVID SCHULMAN. David photographed the entire Run4Kids event…all 30 hours[…]
Spring has sprung, and it’s hard to believe there are only a few short months left until summer! Here at the national office we are gearing up for one of the biggest years EVER for Gold Medals, and wanted to share some tips for getting ready to close out your 100 Mile Club year strong.[…]
Can $10 change a life? It sure can. For the price of a latte and scone at your favorite coffee shop, you can help a child achieve true personal success through goal setting and exercise. On April 6-7, 2018, 12 runners from all walks of life and fitness levels are coming together for one reason…The[…]