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Welcome to Stourbridge Running Club

Running not only gets you fit and keeps you healthy, it is a great opportunity to make new friends. Running with others helps with motivation and is a great way to lift your spirits.

Stourbridge Running Club have approximately 100 members who range from 18 to 70+ and run every Monday and Wednesday at 7pm. We have various pace groups (each with a run leader), ranging from 7 to 12+ mins per mile from a couple of miles upwards. Groups go out on average for 45-70 mins, with runs being mainly off road during the summer months.  A starters/beginners group is in the process of being set up.

If you have taken up running since the lockdown or started running again, you may now be considering joining a running club to keep up your motivation, increase your pace and meet new friends.   Runners of all abilities are welcome to train with SRC.   We are happy for you to join us for a couple of weeks with no obligation to see if we suit your needs.  If you live in the surrounding areas or are just passing through, come and pay us a visit it would be great to see you.

Please see Contact Us page to submit an enquiry or feedback.

Stourbridge Running Club’s Latest News

Dear members, with regret we are sorry to inform you but The Alan Phillips Memorial Handicap Race and Beer Chunder race will not be taking place this year, due to the recent pandemic of Covid-19 virus, we are unable to successfully organise and setup the race to ensure another successful race and enjoyed by all. We will look forward to announcing more details for next year races soon. However once more relaxation of the lockdown rules, the club committee are planning summer (social distance party) to be staged outdoor at the cricket club late summer. More details to be announced! Kind [...]

June 25th, 2020|Categories: Club News|

Press Report – 25th November 2019

Stourbridge Running Club have several members attended an event previously known as The Suicide Six has been renamed The Tuff-Un. Well done to the club members who took part. Rob Woodward completed the muddy course in a time of 48 minutes and 35 seconds, followed by Jamie Grainger a couple of minutes behind in 50.14. Steven Barrett finished in 58.08 and Paul Bradley came over the line in a time of 1 hour and 3 minutes.

November 26th, 2019|Press Blog|

The FINAL SRC Anniversary League for 2019

The FINAL SRC Anniversary League for 2019 Well done to Phil Elwell and Adam Crompton in competing and completing the final race of the league series at the Turkey Trot on Sunday 15th December. Many Thanks for Pete for compiling the results throughout the year! The final league is now complete please click here to view the full table and well done for everyone competed and the final Top 3 club members, prizes will be awarded early next year. 1st Phil Elwell 337 2nd Dave Sheppard 333 3rd Adam Crompton 322 Anyone have suggestions for the following year anniversary league [...]

December 17th, 2019|Anniversary League, Club News|

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