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RRRC's Virtual First Day 5K started our New Year

221 runners and walkers signed up for RRRC's Virtual First Day 5K. See everyone's Results. 

Congratulations to DJ Vile who posted a finish time of 20:22 and won the award for finishing closest to 20:21. He actually ran two 5Ks trying to get it perfect: one on Saturday in 20:19 and one on Sunday in 20:22.

Thank you to all participants who posted Photos in RunSignup. It was great to see your smiling faces, along with creative routes & "first" signs on your run! Three winners among those who posted photos were randomly selected to receive gift certificates from Lucky Road Run Shop. The winners were Margaret L. Broaddus, Timothy Stewart, and Heidi Villanueva.

Thank you to the 40 individuals who donated a total of $453 to RRRC's scholarship fund. Applications for high school seniors will be available in late spring.

Thank you to new race directors Victoria Hauser and Suzi Silverstein for their work this year.

Look for those First Day 5K runners sporting their new RRRC neck gaiters.

Virtual Toy Run 5K raised over $1,000 for Toys for Tots

Thank you to the 59 runners and walkers who registered for the Virtual Toy Run 5K this year! Your registrations and donations raised over $1,000 for the United States Marine Corps Reserve's Toys for Tots here in the Richmond area! Thank you to race directors Nikkia Young and Joe Flynn for continuing the Toy Run tradition in 2020.

Congrats again to Keira D'Amato

RRRC member Keira D'Amato delivered on Sunday, Dec. 20, 2020 at The Marathon Project in Chandler, AZ. She covered the 26.2 miles in 2:22:56 to place second behind Sara Hall.

In the process, Keira set a personal best by over 10 minutes and claimed the 7th spot among the top 10 fastest American women marathoners. And she took the D'Amato family marathon record away from her husband Anthony (2:31:49). Photo credit @kevmofoto

2021 Grand Prix Competition is open for registration (no cost)!

The Grand Prix Competition is RRRC’s free running competition that encourages and rewards speed, participation and volunteerism.

We're optimistic for 2021, but anticipate that COVID-19 will continue to impact RRRC races. We hope to host many of our club races in-person, but each of those races will have a virtual option if local or state directives require limits on participation or continue to recommend the wearing of masks and social distancing. If a 2021 Grand Prix club race cannot be held in-person, RRRC will host a virtual race. So GP participants can earn race points for in-person or virtual races, earn place points for in-person races, and earn volunteer points supporting our races and other club activities.

SignUp  Check out the GP rules for details, including other changes because of COVID-19.

RRRC Advanced 10K Training (A10K) starts Sat, Jan 30

This program is designed for intermediate to advanced runners with a goal of completing a 10K race in less than one hour. In support of our runner’s ambitions, the 2021 program is a 12-week program that provides a defined range of weekly volume for both the intermediate or advanced runner supplemented with prescriptive pacing guidance for tempo and track workouts. Tempo runs will be Saturday mornings from the RRRC Club House. Track workouts will be a weekday evening (TBD) at Sports Backers' Stadium.

This is an in-person program (if permitted by local and state directives).

Check here for more information about the A10K 
training program.

SignUp  Early Bird Pricing (until Dec. 25)
  $40 for RRRC members
  $55 for non-members

Virginia Governor's Executive Order 72 (2020) and Order of Public Health Emergency 9

This Executive Order is effective December 14, 2020 and shall remain in full force and effect anuary 31, 2021.

We're sharing relevant excerpts that guide decisions on club races and training programs.

13. Recreational Sports

Indoor and outdoor recreational sports activities are permitted, provided participants and organizers of recreational sports activities comply with the following requirements:

a. For sports played indoors, spectators must be limited to 25 persons per field. For sports played outdoors, spectators are limited to two guests per player. The total number of spectators cannot exceed 30 percent of the occupancy load of the certificate of occupancy for the venue.
b. Races or marathons may have up to 250 participants, provided staggered starts separate runners into groups of 25 or less.
c. Conduct screening of coaches, officials, staff, and players for COVID-19 symptoms prior to admission to the venue/facility.
d. Employees must wear face coverings while working in their place of employment.
e. Spectators must wear face coverings over their nose and mouth at all times.

For more information on how to reduce the risk of COVID-19 exposure and spread associated with indoor and outdoor recreational sports activities, consult the Virginia Department of Health’s “Considerations for Recreational Sports” webpage, which can be found here.

RRRC Store

Image- RRRC Face Masks
- UltraSport SeatShield Car Seat Covers in Black
- RRRC trucker hat
- RRRC mugs
- HeadSweats visors 
- UltraSport SeatShield Car Seat Covers in Gray (3 left)
- Racetrackers Dri-run Two Vent Running Cap
- 40th Anniversary Sweatshirts