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THE ICONIC Sports Challenge: Why you’ll want to get involved


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THE ICONIC's Sports Challenge is back and so is your chance to win prizes from major sportswear brands.

If you've been struggling to find the motivation to get off the couch lately, THE ICONIC has some news that's guaranteed to stop you binge-watching Netflix. For the fourth year in a row, the fashion retailer is running its popular Sports Challenge, which means you could be rewarded with more than just toned calves the next time you lace up your sneakers.

Beginning today (Tuesday 10 March), and running for eight consecutive weeks, the Sports Challenge gives participants the opportunity to win prizes from mega-sportswear brands like Nike and PUMA.

How does it work?

To join the challenge, all you have to do is download THE ICONIC Sports app and sync it up with your go-to fitness tracking app. From there, you can start racking up the points every time you take part in over 30 activities. These activities include yoga, surfing, running, swimming and hiking, so you can join in no matter your sporting preference.

For every challenge you complete, you will automatically be entered into the prize draw. You'll also have the chance to unlock discounts on new workout gear, so you can look good while you're sweating it out.

There is over $150,000 worth of prizes to be won across 22 different challenges, which means that you actually have a pretty good chance of snapping something up.

What are the challenges like?

With some huge prizes up for grabs, you're going to have to work hard to compete – it is called a challenge, after all. Included in the mix are ASICS and adidas challenges, which will put you in the running to win $150 worth of gear whenever you hit 10kms either running or walking.

Others challenges, like the Running Bare Challenge, give you the chance to win whenever you complete an activity of your choice over a designated period of time. Activities include weight training, cardio sprints, Pilates, barre, dancing, swimming, CrossFit and more, so you might want to grab your workout buddy and book in your next class as soon as possible.

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