2020 Challenge Calendar
We offer several challenges throughout the year to help keep you motivated. Learn more about them below and download the Challenge Calendar for posting on your wall.
|January Revolutions||January 1–31|
|Virtual Team Challenge||January 1–31|
|Tour de SkiErg||February 1–29|
|Military Challenge||February 1–29|
|Valentine Challenge||February 9–14|
|Mud Season Madness||March 1–31|
|World Erg Challenge||March 15–April 15|
|April Fools' Challenge||April 1–15|
|Earth Day||April 22|
|Marathon and Century Challenge||May 1–15|
|Concept2 Heptathlon||June 1–7|
|Juneteenth Challenge||June 19|
|Summer Solstice||June 20|
|Dog Days Of Summer||August 1–28|
|Fall Team Challenge||September 15–October 15|
|Skeleton Crew||October 25–31|
|Holiday Challenge||November 26–December 24|
|World Rowing Indoor Sprints||March 4-8|
|BikeErg Sprints||July 8-12|
|SkiErg Sprints||November 12-15|
Fall Team Challenge
September 15–October 15
The Fall Team Challenge is a challenge where team members each individually try to reach either 100,000 meters or 200,000 meters between September 15 and October 15. Meters may be accumulated on a RowErg, SkiErg, BikeErg or a combination of the three. There are free certificates of completion and prizes for purchase (available from our third party vendor). To either start or join a team, visit the Teams page of your logbook. If you're a member of a team, make sure you confirm your participation in the challenge.
Full instructions can be found on the Fall Team Challenge page.
Note: Certificates and other challenge incentives will be available on the Teams page after September 30 23:59 GMT (19:59 ET).
Dog Days Challenge
The Dog Days of Summer are almost upon us! What better time for a challenge?
Complete the Dog Days of Summer challenge by finishing each of the following four distance goals in the timeframes indicated and log them in your online logbook:
- Week 1, Aug. 1–7: 10,000 meters
- Week 2, Aug. 8–14: 20,000 meters
- Week 3, Aug. 15–21: 30,000 meters
- Week 4, Aug. 22–28: 40,000 meters
Distances are cumulative (you don't have to complete 10,000 meters in one sitting, for instance), and all meters—rowing or skiing, indoors or out—count. Plus, this year, we've added an optional level for kids and adaptive athletes. We hope you'll join us!