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Two epic humans wanted for the journey of a lifetime!

Application window opens 2nd August and closes 29th August.

Want to see extraordinary places, meet incredible people, travel with a purpose and have the most amazing 38-day adventure of your life?!

We’re recruiting for our official Support Crew and there are two places up for grabs. Why not put your name in the hat?

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Join Danny on a journey of a lifetime!

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We are seeking two roles: Content Captain & Logistics Legend

Countries visited: UK (Scotland, Wales, England), France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Greece, Cyprus, Israel, Egypt

Deadline: 29th August, 2022

How to apply: Submit your application by recording a short video (up to 4 minutes) about yourself, using the button below, and let us know why you'd be perfect for the Support Crew. You can re-record your video as many times as you like before submitting. Click below and Danny will explain all!

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How does it work?

Running Out of Time is a 7,767km non-stop relay from Glasgow, Scotland (host of COP26) to Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt (COP27). Thousands of runners and cyclists will each take on a 10km segment of the relay and help carry the relay baton to Egypt. 

We are seeking two epic humans to join Co-founder, Danny Bent, and become our Official Support Crew for the event. Could this be you?

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What are the perks?

This is a once in a lifetime journey! You will have an expenses paid trip across Europe and The Middle East. You will be an essential part of a documentary, be a core member of an extraordinary relay for climate action, and get the chance to see the world creating incredible memories. Plus, you’ll have pretty epic content for ya social.

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Who can apply?

Support Crew Criteria

There are a few "must-haves" that we need for our Support Crew. This list is not comprehensive, but does include;

You are over the age of 18.

You are able to travel from 28th September to 7th November.

You have a passport which is valid to the 30th May 2023.

You are able to drive and have a valid license for the duration of the event (30th Sept to 6th Nov).

You can speak English.

You are cleared to travel to all the countries we go through (UK, France, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Austria, Italy, Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro, Albania, Greece, Cyprus, Israel, Egypt)

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Who can apply?

We're seeking two people to join Danny. A Logistics Legend and a Content Captain. The Logistics Legend will be someone who can bring mad organisational skills and help keep the relay on track and on time. The Content Captain is someone who has a mega social media game, an eye for a photo and video, capturing and sharing the incredible moments of the relay to our online audiences.

There are also some more boring criteria you must be able to meet. 

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Got questions?

What is Running Out of Time?

Running Out of Time is a 7,767km non-stop relay from Glasgow, Scotland (Host of COP26) to Sharm El-Sheikh, Egypt (Host of COP27). There are a total of 732 stages, with each stage being around 10km long. The relay runs day and night for 38 days and travels to 18 countries.

Within the relay baton is a climate change message from young people to the decision makers at COP27.

Our goal is for the relay baton to be passed from person-to-person and arrive in Egypt. Most stages will be run and a small number will be cycled. We’ll be sailing The Channel and The Mediterranean.

When is it?

The relay starts in Glasgow on Friday 30th September and will finish in Sharm El-Sheikh on Sunday 6th November.

Why are you doing this?

The impact of climate change on our planet will be felt most by our youth and future generations. Their collective voice needs to be heard. Together, we aim to deliver their message, held within the relay baton, with so much support that it is impossible to ignore.

Along the extraordinary route, the baton will cross seas, mountain ranges, glaciers, and deserts and visit schools, at-risk locations and climate change projects meeting scientists, engineers and designers at the forefront of the green revolution to better understand what is happening to our planet and to inspire local climate action.

What other events have you organised?

We’ve pioneered relay running since 2013. We connected thousands of people in the first non-stop mass participation running relay across America, we’ve crossed continents by trainer-power alone and broken world records. If you want to see what we’re capable of, check out One Run Global, One Run for Boston, The London Relay and Project Awesome as examples.

We also have a geeky side too - using cutting edge research to help organisations to increase participation and diversity in sport and organise sell-out events like The Women's Trad Festival.

Who we are

Brought to you by The World Relay Ltd.

Running Out of Time is organised by The World Relay Ltd. We're an award-winning, multidisciplinary, team based in the UK with a passion for creating innovative events. To date, we’ve had over 200,000 runners participate in our relays, reached over 100 million people on social media and raised over £1,000,000 for charity.

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