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Truro Half Marathon Provisional Results Here

Looking for someone to run or train with? Come and join our f0riendly club set near the heart of the City of Truro.  The city, dominated by the three spires of the cathedral, and the surrounding rolling countryside give us plenty of fun and interesting places to run on and off road in the company of runners of all ages and abilities. Whether you’re a complete beginner, experienced athlete, a visitor to Cornwall, young or senior you’ll be warmly welcomed!

When We Run:

Mondays Group social run 6.30pm Truro Rugby Club carpark Usually around 5 miles – check TRC’s Facebook Group for details each week.
Tuesdays WalkRun group 6.00pm Boscawen Park, Truro Suitable for beginners, we walk/run on mainly flat and quiet roads for about 45 minutes.
Wednesdays MAIN CLUB NIGHT 6.30pm Truro Rugby Club clubhouse A range of road and offroad runs at different distances, typically 4 to 8 miles at around 8 to 12 min/mile paces. Run the distance you want at the pace you want. Performance sessions often available too – check TRC’s Facebook Group for details each week.
Saturdays Group social run 9.00am Boscawen Park, Truro Informal 6 mile ish run.
Saturdays Trelissick parkrun 8.45am Trelissick National Trust carpark Organised 5k parkrun event every Saturday, run starts at 9am but meet early for briefing. Register for parkrun here.

 

Looking for some company on your own long run or looking to join others in training? Post your run plans or check out others’ on TRC’s Facebook Group.

Club History:

The club was formed in 1998 by a group of local runners training together for the London Marathon. Truro Rugby Football Club became their home and it’s where we still meet today.  We have a regular, growing membership of over 130 runners, some of whom have been here since the beginning!

Truro Running Club at Boconnoc 2013

TRC at Boconnoc 2013

The club organises The Truro Half Marathon, part of the Cornish Grand Prix racing series, and supports the Truro Race For Life. As well as these prestigious events we also organise club runs, fun runs and local races like the New Year’s Day Brown Willy race on Bodmin Moor – for the die hards amongst us! But if running in the rough stuff on a freezing cold day with a New Year’s Eve hangover isn’t your thing, don’t worry plenty of us stay tucked up in bed for that one! After all, there’s always the Meet your Max race around Midsummer’s day at St Clement as a warmer alternative! There’s never any pressure to race, but support, professional advice and encouragement is always here if you do, so come and join us!

Find Out More

A good look around this website will give you an idea of the type of club we are, but in particular you may want to look at the following pages:

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