Friday, 3 October 2014

Canberra Runners Club's 2015 plans

Posted by speedygeoff on Friday, October 03, 2014 with No comments
Over the last few days I have published
Now it is the turn of the Canberra Runners Club who have released information about next year's programming.

"Planning is well underway for the 2015 program. The summer series dates have been set and will be on the website shortly. We have also locked in dates for the Women and Girls Fun Run (Sunday 1 March) and the Canberra Half Marathon weekend (24/25 May). Negotiations with other associations have been taking place around the timing of other events, and once these are finalised we will be sending around a draft program for comment.

"Our intention is to start the winter season on 2 May with the Kingston Physio 10 miler and finish on 29 August. This is a shorter season than in previous years as we have found that September gets crowded with the fun run season starting up. If you have any comments about the winter series program please send them to Carol Ey.  In particular we would like feedback on any particular courses that you did or didn’t like, and how you found the Trail Run format if you participated in one of those."

YCRC Spring Series 2014 – First event Tuesday 4th Nov
"This popular series of 2k/5k events will start at Weston Park at 6.15pm on Tuesday 4th Nov. (Melbourne Cup Day).
The club had produced a Promotional Flyer in the A5 size to promote our upcoming spring 2014 Series and on the reverse our summer 2015 Series.

"In the Spring Series we conduct on Tuesday evenings at 6.15pm over a period of 5 weeks a 2k run and a 5k run from various locations normally close to Civic. The first events are on Tuesday 4th Nov (Melbourne Cup Day). We finish on Tuesday 9th Dec with the Christmas Relays on the lawns in between Questacon and Old Parliament House. Relay teams of 8 runners with each runner running a 2k leg.

"We understand that many cannot make Tuesdays at 6.15pm, but many can and it is a great time to run and finish the day. We ask that our club members grab a few flyers and distribute or stick them up at their place of work. These short distance events provide a great introduction to running."


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