Welcome to World Fit

World Fit® is a walking and exercise program for elementary and middle school students in grades 3 through 8. World Fit’s mission is to eradicate childhood obesity and improve children’s health and attitude towards fitness.

World Fit® is a six-week, school-based walking and exercise program designed to encourage physical activity for elementary and middle school students in grades 3 through 8. Olympians and Paralympians act as mentors and adopt schools in the program to teach students the importance of lifelong fitness and the Olympic values of perseverance, respect, and fair play.

Since the first World Fit Walk in 2009, 108,813 students from 103 different schools across America have logged in a total of 9,184,210 miles during the six-week program!

For Schools

Join our World Fit program! Let’s get our youth fit and healthy. Registration for the spring World Fit Walk will begin in the fall. Click here to request additional information if your school is interested in joining the World Fit movement.

For Partners

Join World Fit and make a difference! We need your help to make an impact on the childhood obesity crisis! Click here to request additional information.

Cancellation of World Fit Walk

Because of the COVID-19 Pandemic, many schools were closed throughout the USA. Unfortunately, we had to cancel the World Fit Walk in 2020 & 2021. Instead, we focused on our software and ways in which we could make the World Fit Walk even better in 2022!

World Fit Walk 2019 – Results

Congratulations to the 2019 National Champion Dwyer Middle School from Huntington Beach (CA)!
They have been on the podium the last two years and climbed all the way to the top this year! John H. Eader Elementary School & Sowers Middle School from Huntington Beach (CA) are completing our podium of the 2019 World Fit Walk.

Thanks to all the schools and teachers that continue to support the World Fit Walk and help us spread the word about healthy lifestyles all over the US!

More detailed results of this year’s walk are available at http://www.worldfit.org/world-fit-walk/results/twenty-nineteen/

Featured Champions

Caryn Parmentier Davies

I was 13 years old, tagging along behind my father in a local grocery store, when a large man walked up, pointed his finger at …

Mechelle Lewis

This blog is about my life. My experiences. My point of views. The way simple actions in life can have the most extraordinary effect. The …

Kaitlin Sandeno

Kaitlin and her sister Kamlin have started a swim team in Orange County with a different approach. Their goal is not to see how many …

Phil Mahre

At present my winter months are spent mainly in the mountains within skiing circles. I teach skiing for all levels of skiers, with my twin …

Jamie Hagerman

Jamie was fortunate to spend her high school years at Deerfield Academy. After her time there, she attended Harvard University. While at Harvard, Hagerman was …

Jim Montgomery

A true champion, in the 1976 Montreal Olympics Jim was the first man ever to break 50 seconds in the 100-meter freestyle. Jim won two …

Featured Students

Chas Brubeck

Chas Brubeck was the leading student in the World Fit Walk for 2010 at Beaumont Middle School in Lexington, Kentucky, logging in over 1,000 miles …

Samantha Morgan

Presently, Samantha is on the girls basketball team at Miami Beach High school where she is still excelling in both academics and sports. During the …

Aleyah Elizabeth Alford

Aleyah logged in over 1,000 miles in six weeks. She gained many of her miles from walking with friends and family members. She also attended …

Haley Davis

World Fit was the best thing that could have happened to my school because it inspired not just me, but my fellow classmates too. It …

Deanna Cardin

Hi, my name is Deanna Cardin, and I am 13 years old. I go to Coolidge Middle School. I did World Fit last year at …

Jonathan Garcia

I was born in Washington State and I like to play a specific sport and that is soccer. All of my family plays soccer, when …
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