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Welcome to the Easingwold Running Club website

 
  
We hope that you enjoy browsing our site, which displays the many and varied activities available to our members. Please don't hesitate to contact us if you enjoy running or would like information and advice to get 'off the mark' for the first time.


Easingwold Running Club was founded in November 1995 by a small group of like-minded runners. From the outset it was always envisaged that the club would endeavour to attract both beginners and experienced runners. The success of this strategy can be seen at any club night throughout the year. We now have over 120 members of all abilities, with ages ranging from 18 to 85 and who train together in a spirit of friendship and co-operation, recognising and providing for the differing needs of the diverse group. Club night is every Thursday at 7.00 p.m. meeting at the Galtres Centre Easingwold.
 
Easingwold Running Club is affiliated to England Athletics and the York and District Road Race League. 







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Next Club night - Thursday 15 December 2016 

Social runs. Into the country with groups 1 & 2 so head torches required. Group 3 in town.  Meet  Galtres Centre 6.50 pm.

Thursday 22nd: Xmas lights with Ken. Group 1 Xmas light of Crayke & Easingwold with Steve. Groups 2 & 3 Xmas lights and snikleways of Easingwold with Debbie & Ken.
After, stay and enjoy mince pies and mulled wine with Sue Ray.




2017 Club Championship -

Round 5 Dalby Dash scores and latest table  here 

Jane - current leader.

Round 6 - Jolly Holly Jog, 27 December.





 
Round 4 Leeds Abbey Dash - scores and latest table  here 


   


Round 3  Whixley 

Full results at UK Results 








Kath, Championship leader after round 3, Whixley

Kath having a splashing time on the  Shaun Lee Johnstone Memorial 10 M

Reflective clothing compulsory for all evening club runs. Head torches compulsory for country runs.








Shaun (3rd), Steve (8th) & Jamie (18th) winning team at the 
Shaun Lee Johnstone Memorial 10 M


 
 
 2012 Notice how Steve used to spash his way throught the water!