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Try us out in Runner’s Week


Feel what it's like to be a member of Cheltenham Running Club 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Runner’s Week is a chance for regular runners and those returning to the sport, to learn what's like to run with Cheltenham Running Club.


Book a Runner's Week Coach Call to: 

  • discuss your goals and how they fit in with the club's programme
  • sort out any injuries have been holding you back
  • get booked in for 2-3 club runs with runners of similar ability
  • join our members only Facebook group so you can see what the club is like online
  • join a WhatsApp group where members around your speed can arrange buddy runs
 
 

Our Next Runner Intake Starts on the 24th of May!

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Click the button below and book a call so we can get you into the right group for your ability.


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Katrina Bailey

Back from 2 years out of Running to Crush the Cheltenham Half Marathon

I wanted to get back into running after a break of 2 years. I set myself the Cheltenham half marathon in Oct as my target. The club got me going again and they are so welcoming and inclusive. Conor gives great advice. I thoroughly recommend the club and am constantly telling friends about it.

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Linda Shere-Massey

I used to run in my younger years when I was in the RAF and tried again about 6 years ago with another running club but unfortunately did not enjoy it and gave up. Having had a recommendation from a previous work colleague and friend, Tina Sawle, I joined Cheltenham Running Club in January 2019.

Age is not a barrier, nor is fitness level. I am now 57 years old and having started on the Couch to 5km programme, I successfully completed the Cheltenham Parkrun in June 2019. That was it, I was hooked and I joined the Summer Training Squad to continue my journey.

I suffered a knee injury which set me back a little and I missed the Cheltenham Challenge 10km in August. However, with the support of physio, advice from Conor and other members of the Club, I was able to build up strength and get going again. I am amazed at how much I have improved from those early days when I thought I would never run 1km without stopping never mind 10km!

I have now gained confidence and recently completed my first official 10km in the Worcester City event on 15th September.

The members of the club are so friendly and supportive, I couldn’t have done it without them.

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Wan Harley

One of the Best Clubs in Cheltenham

It is a very good club for those beginning to run whatever age you are. There is a very friendly atmosphere to encourage people to reach their goal. This is one of the best running clubs in Cheltenham.

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Marie Harris

The Summer Training Squad Facebook group has been a really useful support. It’s encouraging seeing the different runs that members have posted and everyone supporting each other to congratulate after a completed run and also boost each other when the runs haven’t gone quite so well.

Conor follows up either online, by phone or in person at club runs when people have found a run difficult and he adapts individual programs when necessary.

Even though people have different individual programs due to their chosen targeted events there is still a cohesive supportive group feel. Definitely a way of keeping people motivated to improve through the support of a friendly running community.

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Andy S

I joined the summer squad after chatting to CRC members and being inspired!

I found the training videos, Facebook group and training plan great for keeping up motivation, plus socialising on training nights, to remind myself of individual & shared goals!

I’m glad I joined the Summer squad and have enjoyed the experience.

Being in a squad means getting a training programme to work with; but for me the most important part is giving and receiving encouragement, support and advice.

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