Jolly Holly Jog 10k

Start: 11:00 am

Race numbers: Handed out on the day

Paper entries: Download a form

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Results Junior 5K Race

Ripon Runners Junior 5K Results 2014
A wonderful morning at the National Trust’s Fountains Abbey – near perfect running conditions saw some fast times at the inaugural RR Junior 5K Race.
First back for New Marske Harriers was Reece Curtis in 16:40 – fantastic run, followed by Ripon Runners Reece...

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Ripon Rugby Club and Ripon Runners

From Tuesday September 2nd our new base will be Ripon Rugby Club. After so many years at the Cricket Club Pavilion members will find many things to be different, such as sharing our club night with the Rugby first team training night. However the rugby club has promised...

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Ripon Runners 2014 Club Championship

For the 2014 Club Championship we say goodbye to Chase Your Mates and ‘Hello!’ to proper racing once again. You can find all the details in the Club Championship section, and there will also be regular updates on the Club Facebook site and via Club member email.

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Club Coach

Our coach, Ian Rowbotham’s training sessions are working their magic as many Ripon Runners have improved their times significantly.

Ian is an experienced coach who is an excellent motivator, making hard ‘lung busting’ sessions seem enjoyable and fun! (Is that possible? I hear you ask – well, come and find out!).

Ian coaches at the club on Thursday evenings at 6.30 pm. The sessions cost £2.50 and are open to all Ripon Runners who are aiming to get that...

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Great Whernside Race

Fell running ace Ben Imeson encouraged Dave Ritson, who has only been at the club for a couple of months, to tackle his first off road race at The Great Whernside Race, which at 6.5 km is run by Wharfdale Harriers. Although a short course, it still managed to pack in 475m of ascent as competitors had to...

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So Dr. B. has got a Heart as well! or Why has our Chairman become so Slow?

Aortic stenosis is the short answer. The Aortic Valve sits at the top of the left heart. It is through this valve that all the blood has to pass before circulating around the body. Mine has been getting narrower for five years but it is now catching up with me. The narrower the valve...

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