The next Activity challenge will appear as a wrist notification on your Apple Watch ahead of International Women’s Day, marking the second annual Activity challenge for Women’s Day.

That’s according to Kyle Seth Gray, via 9to5Mac’s Zac Hall, who has a way of discovering upcoming Activity challenges ahead of time by monitoring Apple’s servers.

On March 8, users who complete a 1-mile (1.6K) walk, run or wheelchair workout shall unlock a special medal under the Achievements tab in the Activity app on their paired iPhone.

If past Activity challenges are anything to go by, completing this challenge should also unlock special virtual stickers that can be used to spice up your conversations in Messages and FaceTime video calls.

In addition to logging your walk, run or wheelchair workout in the stock Workout on the watch, users can record their distance and workout in any third-party watchOS app that syncs data with Apple’s Health app.

The challenge will be available to Apple Watch customers globally.