Double Agent Criteria



DOUBLE AGENT or Not?
Here’s some info we hope will help answer your questions.

1. The club is FREE if you don't qualify for any level you are STILL a Double Agent.

2. To join your DUES must be CURRENT in both clubs. To find out if your dues are current login MM HERE<< & HF HERE<< you can pay your dues by going to the store for each club MANIACS STORE & FANATICS STORE<<

*** You will be asked for your MM and HF number so know it before paying dues, it’s updated automatically so this is important.***

Your login to purchase DUES or gear is NOT the same as your MM HF login you must create an account or use the forgot password to retrieve your login.

3. Your EMAIL address must be EXACTLY the same in BOTH clubs on your personal info page.

4. Your FIRST and LAST NAME must be EXACTLY the same in BOTH clubs on your personal info page.

Once you have completed the steps above you’re set! The database runs reports every few hours and matches your MM and HF - FIRST NAME - LAST NAME and EMAIL ADDRESS. Your Double AGENT number will be assigned in the order received.

A confirmation email is sent when you become a Double Agent. To find your Double Agent number check next to your name in the InSane AsyLum.

You DO NOT need to meet the minimum DOUBLE AGENT criteria to join, you will be listed as DOUBLE AGENT 00 until you reach one of the levels.

Lots of more cool features are coming for all 3 clubs! Let’s have some fun and of course Run More!

Level 00 -

1 – Mount Rainier
2 Marathons + 2 Half Marathons within a 16 day time frame
OR
3 Marathons + 3 Half Marathons within a 90 day time frame

2 – Mont Blanc
3 Marathons + 3 Half Marathons within a 16 day time frame
OR
6 Marathons + 6 Half Marathons in 6 calendar months
OR
8-11 Marathons + 8-11 Half Marathons within 365 days

3 - Bogda Peak
4 Marathons + 4 Half Marathons within 37 days
OR
12-18 Marathons + 12-18 half marathons within 365 days
OR
4 Marathons + 4 Half Marathons in 4 different US states, countries or Canadian Provinces (any combination) 51 day

4 - Pica de Orizabra
4 Marathons + 4 Half Marathons in 23 days
OR
19-25 Marathons + 19-25 half marathons within 365 days
OR
9 Marathons + 9 Half Marathons in 18 different US states, countries, or Canadian Provinces (any combination) within 365 days.


5 - Mount Kilimanjaro
3 Marathons + 3 Half Marathons in 9 days.
OR
26-30 Marathons + 26-30 half marathons in 365 days
OR
4 Marathons + 4 Half Marathons within 18 days
OR
3 Marathons + 3 Half Marathons within 9 days
OR
3 Marathons + 3 Half Marathons in 3-6 separate US states, Countries, or Canadian Provinces (any combination) within a 16 day time span.
OR
13 marathons + 13 Half Marathons in 13-26 different US states, Countries, or Canadian Provinces (any combination) within 365 days.

6 - Mount McKinley
31-37 Marathons + 31-37 Half Marathons within 365 days.
OR
16 Marathons + 16 Half Marathons in 16 different US states, countries, or Canadian Provinces (any combination) within 365 days.
OR
4 Marathons + 4 Half Marathons within 11 days
OR
6 Marathons + 6 Half Marathons within 37 days.


7 - Aconcagua
38-44 Marathons + 38-44 Half Marathons within 365 days
OR
20 Marathons + 20 Half Marathons in 20-40 different US states, countries, or Canadian Provinces (any combination) within 365 days.
OR
13 Marathons + 13 Half Marathons within 100 days.

8 – K2
45-51 Marathons + 45-51 Half Marathons within 365 days
OR
23 Marathons + 23 Half Marathons in 23-46 different US states, countries, or Canadian Provinces (any combination) within 365 days.
OR
28 Marathons + 28 Half Marathons within 183 days.

10 - Everest
52 or more Marathons + 52 or more Half Marathons within 365 days.
OR
30 Marathons + 30 Half Marathons in 30 US states, countries, or Canadian Provinces (any combination) within 365 days.
OR
20 Marathons + 20 Half Marathons in 20-40 countries within 365 days.

Double agent levels Defined

10. Everest (Nepal - 29,029 ft)

8. K2 (Pakistan/China – 28,251 ft)

7. Aconcagua (Argentina – 22,837.3 ft)

6. Mount McKinley (Denali) – (Alaska – 20,320 ft)

5. Mount Kilimanjaro (Tanzania – 19,341 ft)

4. Pica de Orizaba (Mexico – 18,491 ft)

3. Bogda Peak (China – 17,864 ft)

2. Mont Blanc (Alps of Western Europe – 15,782 ft)

1. Rainier (US-Washington State – 14,411 ft)