Tickets available on the door tonight.
Rosie Swale Pope is hosting an evening at Hinchingbrooke Performing Arts Centre in Huntingdon on May 4th 2016. Rosie is the only person to have run around the entire world. A run that covered over 20,000 miles and took almost five years. She faced extreme danger, bitter Siberian winters, wolves, axe men and desolate loneliness to finish her journey. And she didn’t stop there, Rosie just can’t stop running and will be coming to Huntingdon only a short time after running across America....Read more
Paul Evans, a former 10,000m Olympic runner, is speaking at our AGM in March. Paul's impressive running results can be seen on his Power of 10 profile, including a 2:08 marathon. See it here.
Paul is a big supporter of Parkruns and hopefully he will be running before the meeting. As well as speaking, he will be answering questions so do think of some to ask him. Hopefully, a tiny bit of his talent and inspiration will rub off on us!
The AGM is being held after...Read more
Chris Jones, Chief Executive and Andy Barber, Media Officer from England Athletics, the club's governing body, are visiting the club on Wednesday 9th February. Chris and Andy are coming along to the track and are keen to meet as many members as possible. If you're not a track runner or are a junior, you can come along to say hello and to find out more about the work of England Athletics and how they can support the club.
Please wear club kit or hoody for photographs!Read more
Starting on Monday 1st February 2016 at 7.00pm from Hinchingbrooke School
Only £20 for ten coached sessions
Running is fun, keeps you fit, is a great sport and a friendly social activity.
About the programme
The BRJ Beginner’s Programme has been running for several years and is based upon sound principles of running fitness and style.
If you can answer yes to any of these questions, this course is for you! Are you.
- Interested in running but ...Read more
The Cambridgeshire County Schools' Championships took place on Saturday 16th of January at the King’s school in Ely.
BRJ fielded a total of 12 athletes who all represented their respective schools. There were some amazing performances from our juniors. The course was hilly and muddy and several athletes ended up running in socks as they lost their shoes in the mud.
The day kicked off with the Minor Girls' event which was run over a distance of 2500m. Bea Pauley, Kira Shipley and Lilly O’Dell competed in this event with Bea and Kira finishing in the top 14....Read more