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#Posting Procedures

READ SUBREDDIT RULES BEFORE POSTING!

The mods do their best to actively moderate this community. When posting, we expect users to make an effort to familiarize themselves with our rules and practices before submitting posts or comments. We suggest taking note of Rule 2 and Rule 7, since these are the most commonly broken which will result in a thread being removed.

  • All posts must have flair!

  • In an effort to limit repetitive content, the moderation team recommends that users wishing to ask questions do so in our daily Q&A post . This includes any question that could easily be answered with Yes and No responses.

  • Post accomplishments in our daily Achievements Thread

  • Post caught in the spam filter? Message the moderators

  • Click HERE for our detailed list of our reoccurring threads.

Failure to follow the posting procedures will result in the removal of the offending post or it being locked if deemed necessary by the moderation team.

###A Suggestion on Questions!

In an effort to limit repetitive content,
the moderation team recommends that users wishing to ask questions do so in our daily Q&A post or Moronic Monday thread. This includes any question that could easily be answered with 'Yes' and 'No' responses.

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#Subreddit Rules

(1) - Follow proper Reddiquette [Keep it civil!] and the subreddit's Posting Procedures [post flair, using Daily/Weekly Threads]. The moderation team reserves the right to remove content or restrict user posting privileges as necessary.

(2) - Posts need to generate discussion and/or information that other searchers can then benefit from. Low-quality posts, recent reposts, chronically repetitive posts, posts not directly related to running, and questions that are easily answered by FAQ, searching r/running, or Google are subject to removal at the moderation team's discretion.

(3) - No self-promotion (including links to personal blogs, social media, Youtube channel, etc.), advertising, spam, or surveys. This includes giveaways, charity events, and promotional discounts.

(4) - Please do not post elite race results in the title of posts. This includes the announcing of world records in titles.​

(5) - Please make your title descriptive. This means letting readers know roughly what your post will be about before they click. “Question” is not a good title for a post. Neither is “Help needed”. Do not use excessive emoji characters in the titles of posts.​

(6) - Displaying detailed personal information of anyone other than yourself is prohibited. Submission of content focused on ousting cheaters will be removed at the moderation team's discretion.

(7) - Do not solicit medical advice. This includes 'Has anyone else experienced this injury?' type posts.

(8) - Submissions must be running-related. Do not submit photos, videos, or memes that add nothing to the discussion.

(9) - The 'TMI Rule' - Individual posts highlighting bodily functions such as bowel movements will be removed at discretion of the moderation team.​

(10) – When posting articles, please include some text to start a discussion about the article.

More explanation of rules in the wiki

#Recurring Threads

Visit all of our recurring threads. Daily, weekly, monthly, there are a lot to pick from. If you're looking for a more specific place to ask a question, have a more in depth conversation or simply need to get something off your chest, then check out some of the most active recurring threads we have! There's something for everyone.

Daily Threads:

Weekly Threads:

Monthly Threads:

Please note, the above links are direct links to a sub-specific search for the thread title. Unfortunately, this does not work automatically when clicking from the mobile app. You will need to do the search yourself to find the most recent thread.

#Resources

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