It is with a heavy heart that the BRJ committee have (following government and EA advice) decided to suspend all training and other events for the time being, this includes organised runs, coached swimming and track. Updates will be posted as the national and local situation develops and as and when we can start to re-introduce training support we will. You may of course wish to arrange your own runs, swims, cycles etc but it is recommended if you do so that you recognise the risks and take appropriate precautions. It is also noted that there are vulnerable members of our community who we might be able to help and your thoughts and ideas on how we can do this would be welcomed.
BRJ Run and Tri played host to the sixth and final race on the Frostbite League at Jubilee Park in Huntingdon courstesy of Huntingdon Football Club and local farmer Philip Lee. The five mile...Read more
Mel and Sue celebrate finishing the 15 miles of sun hills and ice that was the Folksworth 15 on Sunday 19th January. They are well on their way to the big fundraising race that is the London...Read more
BRJ Run and Tri were joined by guests from Riverside Runners and Hunts AC for their annual Santa Run on Sunday morning . Following a six mile circuit from Huntingdon , through Godmanchester and...Read more