Supporting running in the metro Richmond area
Details for the rain date of the 7.14 race are here
RRRC/Sports Backers Patrick Henry Half Marathon registration is open. This is also an RRRC Championship Race for 2014.
RRRC Moonlight 4 Miler registration is now open!!
RRRC Pony Pasture 5K registration is now open!!
RRRC Cumberland Multi-use Trail Half Marathon is open.
There's an interesting new event on Sept 13. Check it out in the calendar below :-)
See all Open events further down on this page.
For some of these, volunteers are needed. Please see our Volunteer information at Volunteer Details
Many, many other community races and running events not affiliated with RRRC can be found on the Community Calendar
The March-April 2014 Edition of Miles and Minutes has been posted and is available for download under our Newsletter link above.
Road Runners Club of America has announced that Miles and Minutes, the newsletter of the Richmond Road Runners Club, has been selected as RRCA's outstanding print newsletter for 2013.
The award will be presented at RRCA's national convention May 1-4 in Spokane, WA.
Much credit for this award goes to the many members of Richmond Road Runners who take the time to submit written accounts and photos of their experiences for publication. Credit also goes to the club leadership, which continues to provide funding for a publication worthy of entering in national competition, and to graphic designer Melissa Savage of Hampton, who lays out each issue. Special thanks to Ed Kelleher, Editor-in-Chief.
Well done Ed !
Congratulations to all!
You can find the new Miles and Minutes under the Newsletter link on this site.
RRRC Championship Races
Grand Prix Year 2013 to 2014
The Richmond Road Runners Club (RRRC) Championship Races for the Grand Prix Year 2013 to 2014 will be the following:
The RRRC Willis River 35K &50K, 01/11/14.
RRRC Sweetheart 8K, 02/09/14
RRRC Cul-De-Sac 5K, 07/21/14 new date due to 7/14 postponement
RRRC Patrick Henry Half, 08/23/14
In each of the above-listed events:
The 1st male and 1st female RRRC member finishers will be recognized as the RRRC Champions in the Open Division of the distance of the given event.
The 1st male and 1st female RRRC member finishers ages 40 to 49 will be recognized as the RRRC Champions in the Masters Division of the distance of the given event.
The 1st male and 1st female RRRC member finishers ages 50 and up will be recognized as the RRRC Champions in the Veterans Division for the distance of the given event.
Recognition and awards will be part of the Grand Prix/Volunteer Banquet that follows the close of the subject Grand Prix competition year. The Banquet, weather permitting, should take place in January or February, 2015.
And remember- You can’t become a Champion if you don’t get out there and run!
Run well, Mark Iscool Guzzi