How to have a fun Christmas !
How to have a fun Christmas !

Running during the Christmas break is fun.

The Christmas Run is a festive celebration where everyone enjoys each other's company, running and getting into the Christmas spirit. The biggest benefit is dressing up as Santa is the dress-up element, which is not too serious and will attract more people than a normal, more sporty event.

In the festive spirit, it's time to share our MEDALS for everyone to see.

May the beauty and joy of Christmas remain with you throughout the new year!

Runners' sense of Christmas ritual - WTD MEDALS

Learn more -Christmas Traditions

Christmas is a time for a variety of traditions: Christmas cards, pantomimes, Christmas carols, decorations and a Christmas feast.

  1. Christmas CardsThe origin of Christmas cards is in 1844, the British Queen Victoria and Prince Albert celebrated Christmas at Windsor Castle in London, they invited the children of the aristocracy to Windsor Castle to attend the Christmas party, and wrote some words of blessing on the invitation card. Later, people followed suit and wrote greetings on cards to congratulate each other on Christmas and the New Year. Therefore, people began to send Christmas cards to each other at Christmas to express their wishes and care.
  2. Christmas CarolThe earliest Christian Christmas carols are from ancient Rome in the 4th century. Take, for example, the Latin ode 《Veni redemptor gentium》, written by the Archbishop of Milan, Ambrosius. 《Corde natus ex Parentis》, written by the Spanish poet Prudentius, still resounds in some churches.


    3.Christmas DecorationsA Christmas tree is usually decorated to add to the festive cheer. Christmas trees are usually made of evergreen trees such as cypress, symbolizing the longevity of life. The trees are decorated with candles, flowers, toys, stars and Christmas presents. On Christmas Eve, people sing and dance around the Christmas tree.

    4.Christmas gift-giving

    Christmas gift-giving is on the verge of becoming a global habit. The idea of mysterious figures bringing gifts to young children is derived from St. Nicholas, a kindly bishop who lived in Asia Minor in the 4th century. The Dutch imitate him by giving gifts on St. Nicholas Day (December 6). In North America, incorporated this tradition into the Christmas holiday celebration, and Sinterklaas was associated with Father Christmas, or Saint Nick. In the British American tradition, Santa Claus cheerfully arrives on Christmas Eve in a sleigh pulled by reindeer, climbs down the chimney, leaves presents for children, and eats the food they leave for him. He spends the rest of the year making presents and monitoring the children's behavior and recording it.

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