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Social Dates announced got to http://stubbingtongreenrunners.net/index.php/social to find out more
Spring Handicap: Sunday 3rd June - Finish Time 12.00 Noon
The Handicap is open to all members of the club, the length of the course is nearly 10k, okay just over its approx 6.5miles and of various terrain.
The usual rules apply, which means you can start running or walking anytime you like but you can’t use a watch or any other means of time keeping!
With the winner being the person who crosses the winning line nearest to 12 noon.
This is an event that all members of the club can participate on an equal basis, start running anytime you like, just aim to be at the finish at 12pm.
Any issues/queries please get in touch with Simon Gibbon
Link to the Route is here
With the introduction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) on 25th May 2018 Stubbington Green Running club can only continue to stay in touch after this date with members consent
It's simple to provide. All you will need to do is to reply to the email which will be sent to current members on the 23rd March 18 from the Club Secretary asking for members consent. If you have not recieved the email please contact the email@example.com
RR10 dates announced
2018 RR10 dates have now been agreed click here to find the latest information, any queries please contact our RR10 rep Neil Stantial
Lots of us are getting together for “unofficial” runs using our club Facebook group which is great and we want to encourage this.
We believe there is great benefit in people of similar running ability meeting up for runs where the sustained pace is appropriate and you can work off each other in a group for continuous running. To enable more athletes/runners to have access to this type of training and in particular for those who are perhaps new to the club, we are introducing the idea of MembersRun.
This means simply that if you are planning a run, please post it on the SGR Members Facebook Group please title your post MembersRun, (or just include this word somewhere in the text), by doing this other runners can search and find your post. In this way the people will know what’s happening and can join in, if the run sounds right for them.
When posting on Facebook we recommend you say what the approximate distance and the pace will be as well as meeting location and time. This type of self-organised activity applies equally to all pace abilities, but runners must realise that they will not be led by a club coach or leader and therefore they are undertaken entirely at the runners own risk.
Group Run Training Courtesy of Julie Ashman, you can now familiarise yourselves with some of our regular runs, they can be found at the bottom of the page, here.