Join the Society of Gynecologic Oncology's Walking Challenge at the 2017 Annual Meeting on Women's Cancer in National Harbor, MD
The Challenge has been graciously sponsored by AstraZeneca and encourages attendees to engage in healthy activities, some friendly competition, and win prizes.
We will be giving out free Bluetooth connected step trackers to the first 175 participants that come to the Walking Challenge booth located near event registration.
The SGO Walking Challenge Mobile App also supports attendees that prefer to use their own FitBit, Jawbone or iPhone/Android smart phone step counters. (i)
To join the Walking Challenge, please:
1) Download the Heka Walk app from the iTunes or Google Play Store;
> Click here to download the app from the Apple App Store (on iPhone/iPad requires Safari browser)
> Click here to download the app from the Google Play Store
2) Complete the in-app registration process
> Non-case sensitive activation code is: SGO17
3) Stop by the Walking Challenge booth at the Annual Meeting on Women's Cancer to get your free Bluetooth connected step tracker
> Booth located near event registration
> First 175 participants will receive a free Bluetooth step tracker.
> Additional participants can use their own FitBit, Jawbone or iPhone/Android phone step counters (i)
The Challenge starts on Sunday March 12, 2017 at 6:00 am EST and ends Wednesday March 15, 2017 at 10:00 am EST.
Prizes for Top Steppers:
> 1st Place: iPad Mini
> 2nd Place: Bose SoundSport Wireless Headphones
> 3rd Place: Bose SoundLink Bluetooth Speaker
Scan-In at the AstraZeneca booth #215 during exhibit hall hours for your chance to win the Daily Giveaway:
> Sunday 3/12: Roku Express
> Monday 3/13: Amazon Dot
> Tuesday 3/14: Kindle Fire
If you have any questions, click to the Challenge FAQ webpage or email us at
The Walking Challenge app requires iOS 9.0 and above on the following devices: iPhone 4S and above, iPad Air, Mini, and 3rd & 4th generation iPads. Android requirements: Android 4.3 and above that have not been customized by the phone-tablet manufacturer. Users may also use their own FitBit, Jawbone or iPhone/Android smart phone step counters.