Supporting running in the metro Richmond area
RRRC is again hosting a running program for new runners - people just getting started or re-started with running. This program will start in April 2016 and last 8 weeks. The first run is a mile +/- (and if you need to start as a walk/run, that's OK). At the end, participants will have the option to complete a local 5K race!
Group will meet Tuesday nights beginning April 12, 2016 at 6PM at Bryan Park. Exact meeting place will be sent via email to runners in advance of April 12. Runners will receive an 8-week training plan which includes the Tuesday group runs and other runs and walks during the week to be done on your own. We may have a Saturday AM (optional) group run as well depending on runner interest. Water will be provided at all group runs.
If you've wanted to start or re-start running, come on out and join us. All paces are welcome. If you've never run before - that's OK. Our coaches are ready to work with all runners regardless of pace.
For more information, please email email@example.com
The Richmond Road Runners Club has established a scholarship program for Richmond-area high school seniors involved in running or related activities. This year the RRRC will award two (2) $2,000 scholarships to students who have and will represent the beneficial aspects of running as a healthy lifestyle. Each RRRC scholarship will be a one-year, non-renewable award of $2,000. You do not need to be a member of RRRC to apply.
All applications and documentation must be received on or before midnight, May 30, 2016.
Road Runners Club of America today announced that two members of the Richmond Road Runners Club have been selected as national winners in RRCA's 2015 competition.
Doug Fernandez was named Runner of the Year in the Male Master category. Past president Michael Muldowney was named Club President of the Year.
They will receive their awards at the national convention March 17-19 in Dallas.
RRCA has about 2,400 member clubs and roughly 250,000 members nationwide.
Please join us in congratulating Doug and Michael on a job well done.
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
Races marked as RRRC Championship are explained at RRRC Championship Details
We are proud to announce that the RRRC Championship Events For the 2015-2016 Grand Prix Competition Year will be the:
Bear Creek 10-Mile Trail Race 12/06/15
Carytown 10K 04/24/16
Cul De Sac 5K #1 07/11/16
Patrick Henry Half Marathon 08/27/16
Notice: Dates of the events are subject to change and verification.
For each of the above events, the first male and first female RRRC member in each respective division (see below) will be awarded the designation of Club Champion for the contested distance with regard to the Grand Prix Year 2015-2016.
Awards will be presented at the RRRC Banquet, which is generally held in January following the end of the Grand Prix year (10/01/15 to 09/30/16).
The championship age categories are the Open Division (any age), the Masters Division (40-49), and the Veterans Division (age 50 and up).
The rub: The Championship Competition Awards are to be given only to RRRC members having an active membership on the date of the respective contest. Not a Member? Then sign up prior to the race, as no retroactive consideration will be given.
All award determinations and related decisions are arrived at by the Club Championship Panel, and are final.