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Award Winning RRRC Miles and Minutes for November - December 2014 is now available online with the topics listed below:
The 2014 Grand Prix Final Results are done. How did you do? Click the blue link to find out! Finalists are marked with an asterisk. It's not too late to sign up for next year, you have until November 30th at 11:59 PM to do so. Click here to register for 2015 Grand Prix. Questions, complaints, comments, compliments: email@example.com
See Details on the group page
Our friends at Inclusive Racing are looking for teams of 4 runners to run together for the entire half marathon or 8k (November 15) and push an athlete in the running stroller. They prefer that runners sign up as teams, but individual runners will be teamed up according to pace time. The signup link is http://www.surveymoz.com/s/81225WVGLA. More information can be found on their facebook page: www.facebook.com/InclusiveRacing or by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org
The RRRC mourns the loss of Pete Neal, until recently the club's coordinator of volunteers and a member of its board of directors. Memorial information can be found in his obituary:
Pete and son Jacob
A previous Pete discussion from 2008
Bear Creek 10 Miler registration is open.
Turkey Trot is open
Check out the Impossible 5k on November 2nd!
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
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 was presented to Ed 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!