Tuff Fitty’s weekly track session.
The format is a warm up, followed by drills and then into a main set – all welcome
The cost is £2 per person but the session is usually run by two coaches
It is suggested that you wear layered clothing for the warm up/warm down and useful to bring a drinks bottle for trackside
This event is a 10k or 15k cross-country run. This epic course takes in the Pilgrims’ Way over the North Downs in central Surrey. You’ll encounter rolling hills, lofty summits and low off-road tracks weaving through the woodland. There’s also a mini 2km route for kids!
You’ll feel leaves crunching underfoot, the wind in your hair as you bound across beautiful countryside. This is an awesome venue for one of the finest cross-country events on the calendar. Enter early to avoid disappointment – you’ll need to be hardassnails!
This event has an overall rating of 93% on Runners World.
We are unfortunately not able to offer canicross entry in 2017.
Please collect your race number and timing chip from Shalford Park on the day. Nothing will be sent to you in the post.
A snail-shaped medal is awarded to all finishers!
Our June visit to Arundel Lido for a club race.
The evening costs £5 for everyone earning a barbecue cooked up by our masterchef. Entry also give you the chance to race at our Aquathlon – 400m in the heated pool followed by 5km
Some have stated they would prefer just to do the swim, or the run. We can either make up relay teams or people can undertake just one section
If you are coming along, please let Clive H know or Catharine as we want to ensure we can cater for all.
A run early on Saturday morning can set you up for the weekend. Meet in Mill Road Arundel by the lower Castle gates. As an early start no need to arrive very early, but the runners cater off at 7:30am.
A variety of routes up into Arundel Park, or across to Rewell Woods or a run out to Warningcamp and Angmering Park. As a minimum the route is usually up to 10 miles but for those undertaking spring marathons the mileage does tend to rise through the Autumn heading up towards the South Downs. The route is ideal for some undulations and usually is off road unless the weather conspires against us.
All abilities welcome. Upon return to Arundel a number will stay for a coffee (and something to eat if a sufficiently high mileage has been undertaken) so you may wish to bring a dry top and some money. This offer is not obligatory, if you fancy a run, yet would prefer to return straight home
A great way to start the weekend, have you tried it yet?
This open water sea swim is new to the West Sussex race diary. Set on the stunning beach of Littlehampton, you will start off by the RNLI lifeboat hut and swim east along the shoreline, against the tide until you reach a halfway point Buoy, inline with the East Beach cafe for your turnaround point.The last half you will be swimming with the current back to the finish line.
Entry by ballot only successful applicants find out if they were successful in Feb
Taking a cue from the London Marathon, amateur cyclists also participate in the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 – a 100-mile challenge on the same closed roads as the professionals, with the added incentive of raising money for good causes. For the first time in 2016, the event also featured the Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 46 – a 46-mile sportive created specifically for newer and also younger cyclists.
To capture it all, the best action is broadcast live on TV in the UK and internationally, to be seen by an audience of millions.
Prudential RideLondon also generates sustainable, long-term economic benefit to London and the UK alongside the money raised for good causes; as participants and spectators alike come to London both from the UK and overseas to spend their time and money in the capital.
After the inaugural event in 2013, the vision for Prudential RideLondon – to be one of the world’s leading cycling events and a lasting legacy of the 2012 London Olympic and Paralympic Games – has become reality.