Running club in/Near Earlsfield?

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27/04/2005 at 12:52
Hi

Does anyone know of any running clubs in or around Earlsfield, that would welcome a slow plodder like me?

Ta

D
28/04/2005 at 12:20
Danni

Do you mean Earlsfield London SW17?

If so I don't think there are many, Herne Hill Harriers train at Tooting Bec track, which is on the common. I did hear a few months ago that a new club was starting up based around Clapham Common, there was a post about it on RW Forum, might be worth checking out. Otherwise it might mean a trip out to Wimbledon (Windmilers) or Croydon (Striders).

I bet after saying all this its the wrong Earlsfield!
28/04/2005 at 12:45
Hello DJ

Yes, sorry I meant Earlsfield SW London!

Thanks for the info, Ill check out the Windmilers.

D
28/04/2005 at 13:10
No worries Danni

Their a nice bunch, I'm sure they'll look after you, they can be contacted at windmilers
05/04/2012 at 10:35

Run Club London do sessions in Wimbledon Park which is right on your doorstep.

We specialise in fun sessions for beginner/intermediate runners so you're more than welcome to pop by to see how you find it.

http://www.runclub.co.uk/

We're also just launching a new club in Wandsworth Common which is fairly close so hopefully be able to offer training to beginner/fun runners in the Earlsfield/Southfield/Tooting and Clapham areas.

05/04/2012 at 22:57
I don't live far from Earlsfield, and I run with Clapham Chasers who train at Battersea park mostly. I'm a slow plodder too, and definitely not the only one! It's easy enough for me to get there by bike, not sure how easy it would be. Anyway, its £20 for the year to join.
06/04/2013 at 14:37

Hey, we're starting a new running club for Earlsfield and Southfields: Wandle Runners. We're for runners of every level who want to make best use of our quiet streets and gorgeous green spaces. We meet every Tuesday evening at 7.30pm outside the Sainsbury's immediately next to Earlsfield train station (SW18 2NY). We run distances of 3-6 miles and routes vary every week, followed by a well-earned drink in the pub. We post each week's route in advance on all our networks. First run: 16th April 2013.

Everybody runs at their own risk, taking responsibility for themselves and those around them. To start with our pace will be 9-10 minute miles but as we grow we hope to offer more options. Please arrive warmed up and ready to run. Join our MeetUp Group, Facebook Group and follow us on Twitter.


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