Want to develop your run leading skills?
Sunshine or rain, you are committed to leading sessions throughout the year, your passion and enthusiasm inspire us all. Your journey doesn’t have to stop as a RunTogether Leader, why not become a coach?
England Athletics have organised a series of LiRF (Leadership in Running Fitness) to CiRF (Coach in Running Fitness) workshops aimed at Run Leaders who are considering making the transition into coaching. The workshops are engaging and interactive giving all leaders an opportunity to share experiences and build support networks as well as detailing the pathway to becoming a coach. Want to find out more? Click the link.
It's important that all runners are booking through the RunTogether website. Please make sure you are checking your runners in, it allows everyone to track their sessions and helps runners work towards their personal goals. Checking your group in is quick and easy with our RunTogether app, it benefits Run Leaders by allowing you to monitoring attendance, access medical information and emergency contact details whilst out running.
A great way to encourage your runners to book on to sessions through the RunTogether website is through your own RunTogether social media pages. Use Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to stay in touch with your runners in a fast and fun way. If you're looking for inspiration, RunTogether Tingley RunFIT host a brilliant Facebook page for their group.
Need to brush up on your social media skills? We have a toolkit to help you!. FAQ'S.
RunTogether is passionate about celebrating achievements. Do you know someone with a brilliant story to share? Whether they've run their first ever kilometre or took on the challenge of a half marathon ,we want to hear about it!
#EveryMilestoneMatters is our way of connecting the community and encouraging every runner to share and celebrate their achievements. Email email@example.com
More Regional Award winners!
South-West Winner: Emma Wood of RunTogether Highbridge Ladies Running Club
RunTogether Highbridge Ladies was set up in 2017 and adopts the slogan ‘Ladies that can!’. No pace is too slow, all welcomed and everyone is supported. Emma now has five Run Leaders to support her and many women have now signed up to the Cardiff Half Marathon as a result of Emma's encouragement and effort. An awe-inspiring group of ladies who are there to support each other every step of the way. We wish RunTogether Highbridge Ladies every success for the future and good luck to all those taking part in the Cardiff Half.
Yorkshire & Humberside Winner: Natalie Sampson RunTogether Tingley RunFIT
Natalie dedicates hours every week to planning sessions that anyone can complete while ensuring her (now) more experienced runners continue to be challenged. Due to her pregnancy, she has been told she can’t run or speed walk at the moment. However she still turns up with the plans, supporting and following RunTogether Tingley RunFIT in her car, shouting instructions and encouragement from the car window. She has inspired many others to become Run Leaders to cover her when her baby arrives.
West Midlands Winner: RunTogether Penkridge Runners
With over 100 active members, RunTogether Penkridge Runners has a welcoming environment that attracts a lot of like-minded individuals! With members from secondary school to pension age, low-income individuals, different ethnic backgrounds and physical and mental health issues, the group attracts a diverse group of individuals with a common goal – to run. This amazing RunTogether group has been celebrated in Runners World Magazine.
East Midlands Winner: Andrew Wearden RunTogether Buxton AC Target 5k
RunTogether Leader Andrew founded a Get Me Started Target 5k group and since then has supported over 200 runners. This year he added two new Run Leaders to the programme, and he has also added a social calendar to the group: meals out, trips to events, family sports days and charity runs! The group raises money for the Thomas Theyer Foundation, in memory of a former junior athlete of the club. Andrew hosts a supportive environment to encourage women with self-esteem issues.
Group of the Month: RunTogether Chorley Runners
We are pleased to present our brilliant Group of the Month RunTogether Chorley Runners. They are headed up by the supportive Run Leaders, Malcolm, Daniel, Fiona, Justin, Lucy, Neil & Nicola.
Formed in October 2016, RunTogether Chorley Runners are based in Lancashire. They cater for anyone who wants to run, from beginners to returners and those wishing to run longer distances, 10k and beyond. With sessions six days a week this committed group of volunteers aim to make running fun and social. This group demonstrates all our RunTogether values and are deserving winners of GOTM. They are great at listing upcoming run sessions and actively engage with their runners across social media. Is your group listing their sessions on the RunTogether website and checking everyone in? If the answer is YES, then email us telling us why your group deserves to WIN the next GOTM title!
Wear Something Bright At Night!
Here are some of the RunTogether Hamstreet Runners, kitted out in their high visibility vests, it's great to see so many of you lighting up the streets! Are your group kitted out yet? As a Run Leader, you can order vests in batches of 10 for your runners. Order them here.
The RunTogether community is growing fast!
- 40,506 REGISTERED RUNNERS
- 252,366 RUN SESSIONS BOOKED
- 1,328 RUNTOGETHER GROUPS
If you need any help adding sessions, we're always here to provide assistance.
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