There is a range of benefits for both novice and experienced runners and membership can add a lot to your enjoyment of your running. Go to the joining the RRC page to see details.
Training for Ultra Running by Andy Milroy
Recently republished with an rrp of £14.99, this book is a mine of information for both Ultra Runners and for anyone interested in moving up to distances in excess of the Marathon. RRC members can obtain a copy for £10.00 plus £1.00 p&p (uk only). Go to the Merchandise page of the Members Area to place your order. Alternatively send a cheque for just £10 to the Treasurer, Elaine Oddie (inside cover of Roadrunner for address).
Roadrunner - the journal of the RRC
Roadrunner is the journal of the RRC and is published 3 times a year with a wide range of content on all sorts of aspects of running. Some recent articles from Roadrunner, updated to edition 199, Winter 2012, can be read here.
The John Jewell Film Archive
The late John Lewell, an ex-President of the RRC, has given a very generous bequest to the RRC, and one of the major things it has being used for is the digitisation of his large collection of films, which is currently kept at the athletics archive in Birmingham University. There are 53 8mm reels, with a wealth of records of road and track running, from the 1950 Commonwealth Games right into the 1990s. The digitising process has now been completed, and a selection of the films are being made viewable on this website.
Select the films you wish to see from the film archive menu link above.
The RRC Championships
The results for the Championships for can be viewed on the "Club Championship" tab. Please email your 2014 results to John Trory.
The RRC Constitution
The affairs of the Club are controlled by its constitution, which can be downloaded in PDF format by clicking here.
This site has an area for members only. From here is availaible: Club Merchandise; the Club's Standards Scheme; Affiliation Details; Training Tips.
You get to it by clicking the top menu button "Members' Area" and will then find a page requesting username and password.
Your username is your RRC membership number and the password is your postcode (upper or lower case, with or without space).
Alternatively you can download a membership form as a PDF file and post it in:
Updated on 19th February 2012