Virtual Run – report 2021

Virtual Run - report 2021

The NATO Virtual Run – the online sport event of the NATO Run Budapest – took place between 18th of October and 8th of November. About 600 soldiers and houndreds of citizens joined to the program during this time. The participants could complete the virtual challenge individually in a place and time of their own choosing.

The “Historical Realy Race” – a sport event for young people in the capital  – also has been organized in virtual form. The Virtual Historical Raley had participants from 9 schools, which registrated 206 teams with 2700 pupils. The most pupils (845 people) came from the Fazekas Mihály Primary and Secondary School from Budapest.

The results of the  Virtual NATO  Run are available at website, as well as the results of the Historical Relay at

Congratulations for every runners!

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