The Adelaide Running Crew is a social running group aimed at helping members achieve their running goals.
We do this through group training sessions conducted in a supportive atmosphere. All members of our group have different running goals and abilities - from purely social runners right through to those training for half and full marathons.
It's all about running together, having fun and celebrating each others achievements. It's free to join and train with us.
We run as a group on Wednesdays at 6pm starting in North Adelaide (Start of Uni Loop) and on Saturdays at 8am starting from a range of locations in and around the CBD. See below for full details about our runs.
Time Trial results
Full training plan
Mini training plan (Useful for mobiles)
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Meet at 6pm for a 6:10pm start.
Meet at the start of Uni Loop, crn of Jerningham St and Mackinnon Pde in Nth Adelaide. click for map
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Meet at 8am for a 8:10am start.
Saturday morning runs start all over Adelaide, check the above upcoming session for details. Latest information will be posted on our social media pages (facebook/twitter/google+).
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Races are not organised by the Adelaide Running Crew. More often than not someone in our group participates in each race.
In South Australia most races are organised by SARRC or Trail Running SA, check their websites for more details.
Adelaide Running Crew merchandise is ordered periodically based on demand. Please ask one of the coaches if you are interested in purchasing a singlet, t-shirt or hoodie.
How can you help?
The Adelaide Running Crew choose a charity to donate to each year. We encourage each runner to donate either through a ‘gold coin’ donation after any of our runs or by directly depositing any amount in the ARC bank account.
PayID: firstname.lastname@example.org PayID check will show "A J Mckenna". Andrew looks after our clubs donations.
Bank details Account: 178 408 670 BSB: 633 123
The Royal Society for the Blind (RSB) is a not-for-profit organisation providing services to Australians who have a
severe vision impairment. These services are delivered by a professional, committed and highly qualified team supported
by volunteers, drawn from all age groups and walks of life.
The RSB is the primary source of assistance giving people with a vision impairment the opportunity to improve the quality and independence of their lives
For more information on The Royal Society of the Blind – go to https://www.rsb.org.au/
Organisations we supported in the past
The best place to find us is to turn up to one of our training sessions, however you can also find us on social media and email.
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