Too many people around the world choose a TV-screen or computer game instead of physical activity and it’s time for this to change. Norway Cup is an International tournament that helps to encourage people around the world to exercise and to be ”Active for life”. Participate and get the chance to win three mobile phones sponsored by MyCall and five annual Endomondo Premium memberships.
Norway Cup is the largest football tournament in the world for youngsters and teens, with participants ranging in age from 10 to 19 years old. This year, 32.000 eager participants from 65 nations will join together to have fun and get active while competing in an unforgettable week of football.
The primary goal of the tournament is to get participants, as well as everybody else in the world, in better shape. Join ”Active for life” with Norway Cup and Endomondo. By joining now, you are opening up a world of opportunities to get in better shape!
More information about the tournament check out our webpage:
Norway Cup
Norway Cup on Facebook

All your workouts will be included in the challenge. When the challenge has finished, we will draw eight winners from all participants. You will get one ticket for every minute logged. To ensure fair play, we will check the workouts of the winners. If we find any false workouts, we will conduct a new drawing to find another winner. The winners will be contacted by email and announced on this page in early September.

Goal:Most active minutes - All sports
Prize:3x smart phone sponsored by MyCall, 5x One Year Endomondo Premium
Start:Jun 30, 2014 6:00 PM
End:Aug 31, 2014 5:59 PM
187,233
participants
334.64
years
18.34 M
miles
1,703 M
calories
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Comments
  • Tim Toftager Larsen
    September 17 at 02:27

    have you seen their workouts evija? one of them has 8 trackings in one day, one of which is on 8 hrs, next one is on more hrs, 3rd one is on 17 hrs. i got no idea what planet you are from, and how long your planet takes to rotate round its own axis, but on planet earth where endomondo operates, its 24 hrs.. they cheated and as such should not be counted.

    also it clearly states it would be based of chance on LEGITIMATE trackings.. not by placement

  • Mateusz Pączek
    September 07 at 16:41

    Widzę, że wśród zwycięzców są też ci z czołówki. Mam nadzieję, że nie zostaną zweryfikowania i dodatkowo dożywotnio zbanowani z takich rywalizacji. Ciężko by fizycznie dawałoby się prowadzić aktywność ponad 12 godzin dziennie, przez 62 dni. Nawet sportowcy dyscyplin wytrzymałościowych nie ćwiczą aż tyle. Mam nadzieję, że wygra uczciwość.

  • Evija
    September 04 at 14:43

    Why first 3 places aren't winners. wtf?

  • Endo Admin
    September 03 at 08:03

    Thank you all for a great "Active for life" Challenge!
    We have now found the eight winners in this challenge.

    Winners of a smartphone sponsored by MyCall:
    Peter James McPhan
    Fabiola Porcu
    Rebecca Sprattler

    Winners of a one year of Endomondo Premium:
    Ini Frank
    Cassandra Corrine Hopkins
    Alexis Constans
    Ian David Clements
    Paolo Di Giovanni

    All the workouts of the winners have been validated by Endomondo.

    Congratulation to all winners, you will be contacted directly by email. And thank you all for participating.

    Next month’s challenges have already started, so hurry up and join.

  • Donald Gibson
    September 03 at 06:30

    I don't know why I bother clicking these challenges. I know I'm not uber active but it can be quite disheartening when you get up at sparrowfart nearly every morning to give the dog a good 5k walk, then go to work and come home completely done to find that you look like a sluggard in the exercise stakes (10623th in the Active for Life ch.)

  • (no name provided)
    September 03 at 05:50

    I think someone has chosen a new discipline in the endo - life, and his training continues without a break

  • Justin Dahlby
    September 02 at 20:48

    what a joke

  • uriel ofir
    September 02 at 15:20

    good luck everybody

  • Ruben M.S. Jon
    September 02 at 12:46

    que trampozos, de seguro esos primeros son unos obesos, nada que ver con el deporte ese tipo de gente

  • Mai Buttelman
    September 02 at 07:56

    hi everyone...I just started to walk ;)