Club training times are:

Coleraine

25th September    Monday    18:15    
The Mount    2 laps    Lead: Gary/Hugh

27th September    Wednesday    18:00    
University sport centre (X-country)     Lead: Gary/Hugh

2nd October    Monday    18:15    
Sommerset woods (trim trail)    2 long laps    Lead: Kay

4th October    Wednesday    18:00    
University sport centre (X-country)        Lead: Kay

9th October    Monday    18:15    
Downhill forest     3 * 1 mile loop    Lead: Hugh

11th October    Wednesday    18:00    
University sport centre (X-country)        Lead: Kay

Ballymoney

Ballymoney training times Oct - Dec 2017

Limavady

Roe Valley Leisure Centre - Mon 6:00pm, interval - speed work

Roe Valley Leisure Centre - Wed 6:30pm, Tempo run

Roe Valley Leisure Centre - Sat 8:00am, long run, Marathon & Half schedules

Garvagh

Meet up at the Jim Watt Sports Centre Tuesday and Thursday evening at 6:00pm.  Paul Dornan is contact.

Junior Training - Coleraine

There are junior training sessions at the University of Ulster in Coleraine on a Friday evening at 5.15pm and for the older juniors at Coleraine Grammar School Running Track on the Ballycairn Road on a Tuesday and Thursday evening at 5.45pm (contact Alistair on Alistair1402@gmail.com or Gerry on gerryodoc3@hotmail.com)

Junior Training - Limavady

At the 3G pitches 6.00pm to 7.00pm.  Secondary School runners only.

Find out more on our junior section here.

Beginners / Improvers

For new runners, or just those looking for a less intense training session than the full club training nights, we hold “beginners/improvers” sessions on Monday nights at 6pm at the Joey Dunlop Centre in Ballymoney and in Coleraine on Friday evenings at 5:15pm leaving University of Ulster in Coleraine, Sport Centre. Contact Alison Rankin on rankinal@hotmail.co.uk for more details.

These groups are very welcoming and provide an ideal opportunity for anyone wanting to give running a try.

For some advice on starting running, have a look at the C25K plan.

Some useful links:

There are some good beginner's schedules on the Race for Life website.

MapMyRun and Gmap pedometer both allow you to work out the distance of routes.

Fetcheveryone provides a place to record your training.

Some useful links for buying kit include Up and Running (running shop in Belfast), Wiggle, Sweatshop and Sheactive.

For news on Northern Ireland running events, visit Athletics NI or the Run Run Run website.