Regina Beach Trail Race

The Regina Beach trail race is a fun summer event with 5, 10 and 15 km options for runners to explore the Regina Beach area along paved trails, along roads and more rugged trails for longer distances. There will also be a 700 meter Children’s Race. The Children’s race will start at 9 AM and the other races will start after all the children have finished

The 2020 race is currently scheduled for July 11, 2020. If it is not possible to proceed on that date, August 8 has been set aside as an alternate date. Should our current situation with the virus not change enough to hold a physical race, we will look at holding a virtual race.

A decision will be made on how to proceed by June 10, 2020.

This year the proceeds from the race will be donated to Theo’s Challenge.

Strength Training for Runners

Strength Training for Runners

RRRC is subsidizing a series of 4 weekly strength training sessions for club members. The training is for all members, whether beginners or those who have been running for decades. The focus will be on teaching people correct form and technique for the exercises to improve performance and reduce injuries. Cassandra from Level 10 fitness will lead us through a different series of exercises each week and will ensure we are performing them correctly and safely. The intention is that attendees will be able to continue to use the knowledge after the classes end.

Level 10 Fitness – 2124 Gordon Road, Trainer – Cassandra Serbu

Feb 26th, March 4th, 11th, and 18th, 7:30-8:30pm

Cost: $9/session x 4 sessions = $36

The effort and intensity will be up to individual attendees. Athletes will all benefit from participating.

Register

Prediction Mile 2020

Prediction Mile & Optional Kipchoge Challenge

January 18 at the Sportplex Fieldhouse.

The Prediction Mile will run at 5:30 PM.  Be there by 5:15 to make sure you are ready to go at 5:30.

What is a Prediction Mile? You just have to predict how long it will take you to run one mile on the track and whoever is closest to their prediction, wins! No timing devices allowed though!

Optional Kipchoge challenge for any who are interested Here’s the details:

In 2019, Eliud Kipchoge broke the 2 hour barrier for the marathon in 1:59:40. He currently holds the world record of 2:01:39 (set in 2018 – the sub 2 hour pace isn’t recognized as a marathon record due to the conditions it was completed in). His incredible pace is equivalent to running 200 metres every 34.5 (or 34.0 for the sub 2-hour pace) seconds (for 42.2 km). Our goal is to see if we can manage Eliud’s pace for a short distance.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SRYtn0j5ccA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pQRY_YzmdEI

Prediction Mile

Distance:          1 mile (1.6 km / 1760 yards / 5280 feet / etc.)
Start location:   Fieldhouse track, 1717 Elphinstone Street, Meet by the track.
Start time:        5:30 PM, January 18th, 2020
Cost:                Members and Non-Members: Free. All ages are welcome.

RSVPs are required so that we get enough post-race snacks. To RSVP, email the Treasurer by Friday January 17, 2020.

Pizza and pop after the race courtesy of RRRC.

What do I need? Whatever you need to run or walk seven complete laps of the outside lane at the Fieldhouse, plus one timing device.

Why a timing device? Everyone will take a turn running and a turn timing someone else, so everyone can participate, walkers or runners.

2019 Summer Trail Series

The 2019 trail race series began August 13. We have now visited Echo Valley, Buffalo Pound, the Trans Canada Trail at Lumsden and this week will visit the Qu’Appelle Nordic Centre in Lumsden.

Meet ready to run at 6:15 PM.

When: Tuesday nights (weekly), 18:15 race time. Course overview and instructions at 18:10. Series will run August 13 – October 1 (8 weeks).
Course: A moderate length course will be set at each location. Courses will be marked. Notification of changes will be by email. Email Mitchell to be sure you receive notice of any changes.
Timing: Self timed. In order to be eligible for the evening, be signed in by 18:15. Timing is on the honour system. Any deviation from the course should be addressed by the runner as a self-assessed penalty.
Aid Stations: None
Course Marshall: Member in charge for the evening. This person will be participating as well.
Who: RRRC members. Guests are welcome to come for an evening race, but the series is planned for members. Buy your membership online.
Cost: Free for RRRC members
Registration: None required. Just arrive in time to get your name recorded
Results: Will be posted online weekly here