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RunTogether provides fun, friendly, supportive and inclusive running opportunities for everyone: whatever your ability or time availability. We believe running / jogging is more fun and easier to become part of your lifestyle when shared with others. Try one of our group runs to find out for yourself. #BetterTogether #RunTogether
Following the UK Government’s announcement on Monday 4 January of a new national lockdown, regrettably our guidance for athletics and running including RunTogether must reflect these enforced Covid-19 restrictions across England.
As a result of everyone being required to stay at home, except for specific purposes as outlined by the UK Government’s guidance, the impact on our sport includes the following with immediate effect and until further notice.
The key ruling for RunTogether is a return to 1:1 running only. No group running at all.
Full details for grassroots running and athletics can be found here
Running @home here again for you
As we have another national lockdown, we invite you once again to visit our 'Running @home' web pages.
Currently the pages are found on the England Athletics website but we have provided a direct link below and we will be transferring across to the RunTogether website as much as we can as quickly as we can as part of a planned re-organisation of our website this month (January 2021). We will be making the content more readily identifiable by running ability / experience.
We aim to update Running @home with new content and hopefully, stories and updates from you - our RunTogether community.
Run Leader Development Days
Due to Covid restrictions, our Run Leader Development Days will be delivered as a series of five engaging webinars in 2021.
The webinars will bring leaders and coaches from RunTogether groups and running clubs together to explore topics and tasks, plus group discussion and interactive Q&As, with the final webinar based around a virtual practical session.
The first RunTogether webinars for 2021 are here!
In recent webinars we asked participants what they and you might to see as new webinars in 2021. So here are the first ZOOM webinars we have lined up:
- Tuesday 19 January 6.30pm: The big Run Leader get-together.
- Tuesday 16 February 6.30-8pm: How to set up and manage social media accounts
- Tuesday 16 March 6.30-8pm: All things RunTogether Digital (platform, Apps)
To sign up for any webinar, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Weekly30 Run Challenge
With group running and mass participation events currently restricted, the Weekly30 Run Challenge gives individuals a perfect incentive to run on a weekly basis whilst also proudly representing their club and their sport.
Once registered, participants complete their weekly 30 minute run at any time on a Saturday or Sunday and then upload evidence of their run to OpenTrack. Both total distance and average distance contribute to overall league tables and weekly winners are also announced.
We’ve now created a new Weekly30 Run Challenge for 2021 – replacing the 2020 challenge so that competitors can see their scores count towards a new year!
- Click to find out more about the Weekly30 Run Challenge.
- Click to visit the Weekly30 Run Challenge 2021 page on OpenTrack.
All registered entrants to the previous 2020 challenge have been automatically assigned to the new 2021 version on OpenTrack. All participants should ensure they submit their results from upcoming weekends to the new Weekly30 Run Challenge 2021 OpenTrack page.
Huge congratulations to all our Weekly30 runners for 2021 Week 3!
1. Amy McCarthy (MadRunners) 5900
2. Sofia Poole (Notts Women Runners) 5666
3. Paula Simpson (Notts Women Runners) 5470
1. Ronnie Irwin (MadRunners) 7420
2. John Walker (Fitmums & Friends) 6756
3. Mark Hurst (MadRunners) 6654
Notts Women Runners
RunTogether in numbers
- 147,828 Active Runners
- 203,968 Total Sessions
- 1,391,279 Total Bookings
- 2,840 RunTogether Groups