GamesThere's nothing in the rule book that says training has to be serious all the time. Our games offer a variety of ways to spice up your usual training regime, encouraging you to discover new routes and new places along the way. You can even play some of them from the comfort of your sofa - so it's a nice way to stay involved if you're injured or simply can't be bothered.
Who Squares Wins!
Play an opponent on the other side of the world! Run, ride, swim or walk through your squares to fight for ownership. Own the most squares to win your match. Matches lasts a week, and a win moves you up our ranking table.
The world has been divided into tiny zones, each about a mile square. Run, walk, bike or swim in as many as possible to climb our leaderboard and take ownership rights.
Plan your routes carefully to collect jewels, harvest flowers, squish bugs, take control of traffic lights and carry virtual relay markers.
Use your credits to buy and sell runners to make a profit. Just for fun! Begin trading
Kenilworth Half Marathon1st September 2019
Our 20th Anniversary race, starting and finishing in Kenilworth Town Centre on totally closed roads throughout and runs through the grounds of the historic Kenilworth Castle. Race HQ at the Holiday Inn in the town. Long sleeved technical shirts, large medals and goody bags to all finishers
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Not so much a game as a way of life. Every time you meet a Fetchie in real life, you can claim them in your stickerbook.
Enter your race times to chase promotion. Invented because we weren't allowed to mention 'London' and '2012' in the same sentence. Six years on, we're still providing a legacy!
Compete With Yourself
Look for these new buttons on your training entries. We now auto-detect your favourite routes; and show you who else has done them too. With your support, Fetcheveryone is free forever, with no paywall blocking the best features.
Run The Sum
Need a challenge? Can you perform basic addition? Perfect!
The House Cup
The mythical founders of Fetcheveryone set up four houses, and encouraged them to compete against each other every month in the Fetch House Cup.