Registrants who participated in the June 11th Walk2WIN event and also participate in the September 25th Walk2WIN event will receive a race medal as a symbol of achievement for completing our 2022 walk challenges.

Register today for Walk2WIN at Frank Liske Park!

September 25 , 2022 @ 8:30 am
Frank Liske Park

Check out our Walk2WIN Spotify playlist!


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We are challenging the entire community to
“Walk Cabarrus” and reach our #TwoBillionSteps goal!

Walk Cabarrus is a community-wide walking campaign focused on creating a healthier community. This initiative was born out of the ChildrenWIN Steering Committee’s goals and is an invitation encouraging people to get out and walk more. It is a campaign to get children walking, to have families walk together, neighbors, co-workers… everyone!

The Walk Cabarrus campaign is also an invitation encouraging people to get out and walk throughout our communities in Cabarrus County and all the places they can participate in active living. You might live in Concord or Midland, but have you ever ventured out to Kannapolis, Mount Pleasant, or Harrisburg? All of these towns make up our great community and we want you to experience all that Cabarrus County has to offer!

2022 Steps
263,777,670
steps logged
143,009
Kid Steps
81,565
Pet Steps
Individuals Leaderboard

Jun 1 – Jun 27

Beginner
  • 1. Sherry Weaks 307,533 steps
  • 2. Melissa Williams SHARBAUGH 286,827 steps
  • 3. Angela Cawa 260,909 steps
  • 4. Kevin Shanus 251,306 steps
  • 5. William Hobscheid 222,661 steps
  • 6. Iris Jones 215,602 steps
  • 7. Linda Thurman 196,226 steps
  • 8. Kim Hall 180,509 steps
  • 9. Jessica Geoghan 176,194 steps
  • 10. Tiffany Smith 168,213 steps
Intermediate
  • 1. Sherry Bernstein 460,158 steps
  • 2. Vincent Keipper 431,290 steps
  • 3. Adrian Jelley 430,783 steps
  • 4. Michael Malone 408,546 steps
  • 5. Jackie Ritch 393,049 steps
  • 6. Jason Hoyt 308,583 steps
  • 7. Mike Jones 304,635 steps
  • 8. Kristy Dell 290,721 steps
  • 9. Jamie Collins 279,112 steps
  • 10. Deanna Rakestraw 268,490 steps
Advanced
  • 1. Sylvia Anderson 800,138 steps
  • 2. Kelly Mullen 742,205 steps
  • 3. Peggy Melton 726,655 steps
  • 4. Lori Troutman 507,433 steps
  • 5. Eileen Keipper 483,620 steps
  • 6. Brian Hiatt 474,772 steps
  • 7. Laurie Del Rosso 435,491 steps
  • 8. Aimee Davis 430,421 steps
  • 9. Amy Beaver 420,400 steps
  • 10. Tiara Swords 420,200 steps

Groups Leaderboard

Jun 1 – Jun 27

  • 1. Wonder Women 4,892,591 steps
  • 2. Cabarrus County Wellness for Life 2,541,674 steps
  • 3. Kannapolis Cannon Ballers 2,268,972 steps
  • 4. Gem Theatre 2,215,868 steps
  • 5. Hunton Forest Neighborhood 1,952,656 steps
  • 6. Atrium Health Cabarrus 1,319,129 steps
  • 7. Zemosa Acres 1,108,981 steps
  • 8. Central Walkers 1,011,216 steps
  • 9. Duke CTSI TransPop 800,138 steps
  • 10. Downtown Concord Walkers 755,148 steps

The Challenge – Two Billion Steps

We hope Cabarrus County is up for the challenge! That is, to be a healthy community AND to collectively walk #TwoBillionSteps in 2022 as part of Walk Cabarrus. Every new activity needs a goal and what better motivation than to join together as an entire community to walk #TwoBillionSteps together!

Log your steps online to count towards this amazing step goal.

#TWOBILLIONSTEPS

Once you’ve registered, create a group and invite your friends, family, and co-workers to join you in this county-wide challenge!


WALK CABARRUS OVERVIEW
The Children WIN Steering Committee commissioned a community-wide walking campaign to battle childhood obesity in Cabarrus County. The program saw over 2,000 people register and collectively log over 1 billion steps. Walk Cabarrus and Walk2WIN are now being funded by Cabarrus Health Alliance and the Cabarrus Wellness Coalition.