15x365

About

15x365 is a group of runners committed to running everyday for an entire year. The rules are simple: run everyday for at least 15 minutes for 365 consecutive days. It doesn’t matter how far you run, or how fast you go. It only matters that you run.

History

The 15x365 concept was devised by Jon Smith and Robert Brockie in a smokey Newfoundland bar. Both men went on to complete the task in 2011, running everyday though Montreal's humid summers and bitterly cold winters. Ross Noble has since recruited a friend to join him and will be leading the team for the 2019/2020 season.

Rules

  • Run continuously for at least 15 minutes
  • Distance does not matter
  • Speed does not matter, but you must run (no walking!)
  • Runs must be completed everyday before you go to sleep
  • Runs completed as part of sport or other activities do not count
  • Runs must be completed outdoors

Hall of Records

2019

  • Malcolm MacIntyre — 21 days
  • Ross Noble — 28 days

2018

No attempts.

2017

  • Jordan Bateman — 1095 days

2016

  • Jordan Bateman — 730 days

2015

  • Jordan Bateman — 365 days
  • Robert Brockie — 365 days
  • Pierre-Alain Loiseau, — 219 days
  • Keith Connolly — 59 days
  • Ross Noble — 41 days
  • Heikki Koivikko — 1 day

2014

No attempts.

2013

  • Robert Brockie — 300 days
  • Ross Noble — 300 days

2012

No attempts.

2011

  • Robert Brockie — 365 days
  • Jon Smith — 365 days