Road Running

We have a big road running section which takes part in many events throughout the UK and abroad.

The standard covers the full range from impressively quick to really quite slow and the age range runs from late teens to 70s. We enjoy running and competing with each other and other people. We aim to have fun as well as to run to the best of our abilities. For more specific information, please click on one of the tabs below, according to your needs and interests.

If you would like to know more about road running at C&C, please email endurance@cambridgeandcoleridge.org.uk

TrainCompeteWomen's Running GroupMonday Night Running GroupHelping UsEndurance Committee

Train

Day Events Location Time
Monday

Endurance: Monday night running group

Endurance: Women’s running group

Track 6:40pm
Tuesday Endurance: Track session Track 6:40pm
Tuesday Endurance: Road session Track 6:40pm
Thursday Endurance: Road tempo session Track 6:40pm

Contact endurance@cambridgeandcoleridge.org.uk

Upcoming Road Running training sessions

Please click on the “+Google Calendar” icon to add these sessions to your calendar.

 

Compete

We compete in several competitions through the year.

Please click on a specific league for further details.

Contact endurance@cambridgeandcoleridge.org.uk for information

Upcoming Road Running Events

Sun 24

Hereward Relay

24 November

Women’s Running Group

We are a supportive, relaxed, and friendly group that runs every Monday evening. We meet at Cambridge University Wilberforce Road Running Track at 6:50pm for a 7:00pm start.

Our continuous running sessions are roughly 3-5 miles, but we also do speed work, hill sprints, and track sessions. We can cater for runners of all speeds and abilities and no one gets left behind through our ‘loop-back’ strategy. This group has two qualified coaches and two qualified leaders, so you will get pointers on your running style, a thorough post-run stretch, and advice regarding other aspects of training or race preparation. Some of us have enjoyed running together for many years, and are very keen to welcome new runners.

If you want to find out more information please do not hesitate to contact the Womens Running Group.

Monday Night Running Group – Beginners Welcome

This mixed ability group is primarily aimed at runners of about 9 minutes per mile and above. We welcome beginners to running of all abilities. Just turn up and introduce yourself to the group leader.

We meet in the Clubhouse foyer of the Wilberforce Road Cambridge University Athletics Ground from 6:30 pm ready to run at 6:45 pm. Sessions finish at approximately 8 pm.

Coaching is carried out on a rota basis by a combination of qualified running coaches/leaders and information about each session is posted on the website training calendar.

Sessions are based on hill work, intervals and continuous running; no one is left behind as we organise the sessions to avoid this. All sessions start with a warm up, drills and skills, main session and supervised stretching to finish. We can also advise on training/racing.

We are friendly lot, so if you decide to give us a try, please make yourself – and any running goals you may have – known to the leader on the night.

For any questions or more information please email the team on brg@cambridgeandcoleridge.org.uk

Helping Us

We are always in need of people to help out at Cross Country training and matches:

  • Coaches
  • Marshalls
  • Team Managers

Please see the Help Us page for more details

Endurance Committee

Chairman Chris Hurcomb
Secretary Kris Semple
Frostbite Alan Baldock and Karen Cameron
Hereward Relay Gordon Aspin
Kevin Henry Ben Meadows
Relay Team Captain – Seniors Jonathan Escalante-Phillips (and Chris Darling)
Relay Team Captain – Juniors Ric Park
Relay Team Captain – Masters Charlie Ritchie
Round Norfolk Relay Kris Semple, Charlie Ritchie
Media Nick Smallwood
Social Media Simon Warburton
Social Secretary Sarah Williams
Monday night group (Women/Beginner) Nev Hawkins
Crosscountry Ric Park
Without portfolio Ben Chamberlain
Coaching Liaison Not a committee role – Tim Phipps