Zwift launch mission to support Great Ormond Street Hospital

Zwift, the virtual reality platform transforming the face of treadmill running, has launched its Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) Mission that will run throughout April.
The aim of the GOSH mission is for the Zwift community to run 18,000 hours this month which will unlock the donation of $25,000. The 18,000 hours is in honour of the 18,000 children who visit GOSH each month.
Eric Min, Zwift CEO and co-founder, said: “This is a great opportunity to mobilise our community to run and raise money for Great Ormond Street Hospital. I look forward to logging my four hours (and more) this month as we look to unlock a $25,000 donation for this internationally recognised charity.”
Each individual that completes over four hours running on Zwift will unlock the virtual GOSH run kit for their garage. Any additional hours will count towards the 18,000 hour goal.

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