Devil Take the Hindmost 2016

Devil Take the Hindmost 2016

Dalbeattie 10K Half Marathon 2016

Dalbeattie 10K Half Marathon 2016

Frank's Valentine Run 2017

Frank's Valentine Run 2017

Dentdale 2017

Dentdale 2017

Criffel Hill Race 2017

Criffel Hill Race 2017

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DRC Grand Prix Competition

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London Marathon 2016

London Marathon 2016

Highland Fling Relay 2016

Highland Fling Relay 2016

Carlisle Urban Trail 2016

Carlisle Urban Trail 2016

Moffat 15k 2016

Moffat 15k 2016

Screel Hill Race 2017

Screel Hill Race 2017



Running Safety

26/10/2017

Club Training Runs

  • When running with the Club everyone has a personal responsibility to ensure that they mitigate any risk.
  • It is part of the Club culture that when running with a Group there is a collective responsibility to look out for each other.
  • We should all help, support and encourage each other during the session.
  • The Run Leaders’ role is the same as all others in the Group i.e. to enjoy a training run, whilst acting as guides round the route.
  • No one should be on their own unless they have expressed that they are happy to be so.
  • If anyone is falling behind they should make the closest person to them aware.
  • If anyone has any concerns, including health issues, they should be raised before the start of the run with the Run Leader taking out the group.
  • Headphones should not be used during Club runs for health and safety reasons. Headphones are barred from use in all UK Athletics permitted races.
  • Appropriate high visibility clothing for evening runs in winter months, whether off-road or in urban environments, MUST be worn that allow yourself to be seen.
  • When running off road, particularly in winter months, you MUST wear high visibility clothing and carry a head torch. You should also consider carrying a whistle, waterproof jacket, hat and gloves as conditions can quickly deteriorate.

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