Training

Training sessions are led by our England Athletics experienced Coaches and Leaders.

The Club primarily trains on Monday and Wednesday evenings commencing at 7pm. Monday runs are between 4 and 5 miles where we all run together, Wednesday there are 2, 4 and 6 mile runs along with an advanced six mile session for experienced runners

No two sessions are the same as the individual leaders chose the course and content and have their own way of encouraging you.

The personalities and idiosyncrasies of the Coaches and Leaders form the basis of the club’s success

It is Club policy for faster runners in the session to circle back at certain points so that no runner feels isolated and always part of the group.

During the summer running is mainly off road at various locations around the valley and during the the winter mainly on road from the Sailing Club.

We encourage the wearing of Club tee shirts and vests at our training sessions and at all races. In the interest of safety Hi Viz, reflective vests and lights are required during the hours of darkness

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Club Membership. Membership subscriptions for 2019 are due from 1st December 2019.

JP's Exe to Axe 2019

 

Four Trigs Challenge 2019.

The 19th running of the Four Trigs Challenge will be held on Sunday 10th February 2019. For details of the challenge and for an entry form please click on the links below.

Sidmouth Running Club East Devon Spring Series 2019.

This is a non-competitive team activity and consists of a series of off-road races in the first half of 2019. A suggested training plan is included to encourage as many club members to take part.
Details.

Mighty Green Ambassadors

We had a flurry of entries in November thanks mainly to the Bicton Blister and Lite but with just 3 months to go we now have 13 hardy souls remaining in the Mighty Green Ambassador challenge. There are lots of Xmas events to boost December figures so don those muddy trainers and make the most of the opportunity to be seen in red instead of the usual green!
If you’ve forgotten to record previous events don’t worry it’s not too late- just complete the form. However Hamish would be delighted if you could report your run straight after your race as this helps him with his Sidmouth Herald reports.
If you want to start 2019 as you mean to go on you can run on New Years Day with park run events at Exmouth and Killington.
What is it all about? The aim is for all club members to represent SRC at least once every month by taking part in a running event or by representing SRC as a volunteer at a race or social event. Each event only counts once (different park runs are counted as different events) and although the aim is for one each month you only need to collect 10 over the 12 month period (2 months allowed for holidays or injury). However only one event per month counts towards the 10.