The club has two main training sessions:
Monday evening at 6.45pm for speed work, hill reps or circuit training. Summer time sessions are held at Reid Park, Winter time sessions are at Market Muir.
Wednesday evening, runners leave New School Campus at 6.30pm (turn up for 6.20pm)
Sunday runs are at 8.30am from the New School Campus or 9.00am from Car Park at bottom of Rosebank Lane. There are no pre planned routes for the Sunday runs.
Try for Ten starting 23rd May 2018 for 12 weeks. Monday and Wednesday nights. Click on separate page or go onto FB for more information.
* WEDNESDAY ROUTES FOR THIS MONTH *
From New School Community Campus
4th July – Driving range – Sandyford – (Ballinshoe loop for extra mile) – back in through Padanaram – (or back via Drumgley if you wish a longer route). Approx. 6.5/7.5/9.5 miles
11th July – Six Mile Series (4) Meet 6.45pm for 7pm start, Suttieside Road. Fiona Young to timekeeping (with 1 other volunteer). Please shout name as crossing the line after 1st and last laps as timekeepers may not know everyone, especially the new runners.
18th July – Kirremuir for recce of Gateway to the Glens 10k route. Meet at campus 6.20pm for car share (leaving at 6.30pm) or meet at Camera Obscura at 6.45pm.
25th July – FRR 10k route – Market St – Old Brechin Rd – left at Arthur Jacks and out Montrose Rd (RUN AS PER RACE DAY – i.e. stay on LEFT hand side of Montrose Road) – left at Myreside – left at Lunanhead – right onto Benzil – Carseburn Rd – right onto Market St and back to campus. Approx 7 miles
Next Members meeting will be Sunday 26th August, West End Social Club, Speaker Elaine Omand
Members General Meetings for 2018
- 25th March – talk from John Rudd on gait analysis and running shoe selection
- 27th May – talk from Nigel Reynolds on Nutrition
- 26th August – talk from Elaine Omand
- 25th November – talk from Shauney Watson re her Everest Marathon
These will be held in West End Social Club, Forfar at 7:30pm.
Forfar Road Runners promote safe running at all times and provides members with Hi Viz Kit, which must be worn on all club night runs. It is, further more, recommended to be worn on all winter training runs. If you plan to finish your run early, or not return to the New Campus please, as a matter of safety, make other club members aware of this. If you would like to help out or host a session then let us know. During the summer when nights are lighter we have an abundance of routes in the countryside to suit all abilities.