Swaledale Runners

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Swaledale Runners in lockdown

During the latest lockdown members of Swaledale Runners have kept on running in all weathers. Many have taken part in virtual challenges, with a ‘complete not compete’ theme to keep everyone motivated. Some have been concentrating on the ‘Big Mountain Challenge’, with several runners reaching the top of Everest and beyond. We have tackled more unusual challenges and discovered that running backwards is a lot harder than it looks! There has been an alphabet challenge and a treasure hunt as well as plogging (jogging and litter picking) and a photo competition. Information about our virtual challenges, as well as the latest results, can be found under competitions above. As we gradually return to racing we will still be keeping some virtual competitions going: watch this space!

Jess 100KRunning from home has been tough, but this did not hold back Jess Young who completed an incredible 100K run from her home in under 10 hours, raising over £1200 for the Captain Tom Foundation. You can read a report of Jess’s amazing achievement here.

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Meeting details

Club nights: Richmond

SOC, 17 New Road, Richmond, DL10 4QS

Tuesday and Thursday: 6.30pm

Currently we are meeting at the SOC building, but only using it for bag storage and toilets due to Covid.

Thinking of joining us?

If so please pop along to a club session and see what we do - no need to book, just turn up! You're welcome as a guest free of charge for your first session to let you get a taste. If you can comfortably jog 4 miles whilst chatting you'll manage fine with most of our groups. Beginners may wish to contact Jess Young in advance for details of the next beginners group.

We welcome disabled athletes. Please contact us if you would like to discuss how we can meet your needs.