Club Runs

COVID-19 NOTICE: DUE TO THE PANDEMIC, AND FOLLOWING UK GOVERNMENT AND ENGLAND ATHLETICS REGULATIONS, OUR CLUB ACTIVITIES ARE CURRENTLY SUSPENDED.
FOR UP-TO-DATE INFORMATION ON CLUB RUNS, PLEASE VISIT OUR FACEBOOK GROUP.

Fulham Running Club meets at least four times a week on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.

Most midweek runs depart from either Johnny Haynes Statue by Craven Cottage on Stevenage Road or Nuffield Health on Stevenage Road as well. When meeting at Nuffield, you will have access to their secure bike-locker, changing rooms and lockers – simply bring your own padlock. Please arrive 5 minutes early if you wish to take advantage of this.

ARE THESE SESSIONS FOR YOU?

All our sessions are inclusive for runners of all abilities. However, to join a club run on Thursday or Sunday, you should be confident that you can manage the entire distance at a pace of at least 10min/mile or 6.15min/km (equivalent to a 5k in around 30-31 minutes).

Not quite there yet? Come along to our Tuesday interval session or parkrun on a Saturday; you’ll build up your fitness and confidence in no time!

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OUR WEEKLY SESSIONS

Check our Facebook group for the weekly announcements of times and locations.

Wearing Hi-vis/reflective gear and a light source is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED for all evening club runs in the dark. Hi-vis/reflective gear is MANDATORY for intervals on Stevenage Road.

Club branded reflective tops are available from the Club Shop

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Tuesday Intervals

**Intervals are not offered during Covid19 restrictions**

Start time: 6.45pm or 7pm depending on the location
Meet-up points:
– For Track: Barne Elms Sport centre Track (SW13 0DG) – starts at 7pm
– For Hills: St Margaret’s Church, Putney Park Lane, SW15 5HU) – starts at 7pm
– For Road/Bishop’s Park: Nuffield Health on Stevenage Road, SW6 6PF) – starts at 6.45pm

What is it?

Interval, hill or track workouts are designed to help you improve your speed and endurance. Those sessions are beginner friendly, as they include repeated efforts over a short loop or out and back, so no-one gets left behind!
NB: Track sessions cost £2 each to cover the track’s hiring cost. All other sessions are free.

Sessions last about an hour which includes briefing, warm-up/drills, core session and stretching.

Wearing Hi-Vis/reflective gear and a light source are STRONGLY RECOMMENDED for all evening club runs in the dark (NB: the paths through the park and by the river have no light).

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Thursday Club Run

Start time: 6.45pm (might differ during Covid Restrictions – please refer to the registration form sent by email)
Meet-up point: Johnny Haynes Statue by Craven Cottage on Stevenage Road

A longer, evening run with a choice of two routes:

– 2 bridges – a 4.5 mile / 7km loop taking you across Wandsworth Bridge and back through Putney Bridge;
– 3 bridges – a 6.5 miles / 10km loop taking you across Barnes Bridge and back through Putney Bridge.

Wearing Hi-Vis/reflective gear and a light source are STRONGLY RECOMMENDED for all evening club runs in the dark (NB: the paths through the park and by the river have no light).

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Saturday Fulham Palace Parkrun

**Parkuns are temporarily suspended all across the UK**

Start time: 9am, but do try to arrive 10/15 minutes before for briefing/warm-up, especially if you are new!
Meet-up point: at the centre of Bishop’s Park, next to the children’s playground and the skatepark (SW6 6EA).

Fulham Palace parkrun, like any parkrun, is a timed 5km, completely free and run by awesome volunteers weeks in, weeks out.
It’s a great opportunity to meet FRC members (look out for the black and white stripes) who often go for post-run coffee and cake afterwards at the cafe nearby. A Sweet way to welcome new members!

You do not need to register your attendance, you just simply turn up and run!
However, you do need to have registered with parkun and gotten your personal barcode beforehand, which you’ll need to show to get your time recorded.

New to parkrun? “Register & read more here”

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Sunday 10@10

Start time: 10am (might differ during Covid Restrictions – please refer to the registration form sent by email)
Meet-up point: Johnny Haynes Statue by Craven Cottage on Stevenage Road

A sociable set of long morning runs ending with coffee (and cakes). There is a choice of two routes:

– 3 bridges – a 6.5 miles / 10km loop taking you across Barnes Bridge and back through Putney Bridge.
– 4 bridges – a 10 miles / 16km loop taking you across Chiswick Bridge and back through Putney Bridge

NB: Come ready to run; there is no possibility to leave your belongings anywhere secure.

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OTHER WEEKLY ACTIVITIES

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Sunday CORE @ 4

**Currently via zoom during Covid19 restrictions**

Start time: 4pm BST or 3pm GMT during the darkest months.
Meet-up point: Bishop’s Park on the football pitch, next to Craven Cottage

Finish your weekend right with an hour of core and strengthening exercises, followed by a stretching session.
There is no cost. Just bring your own yoga mat and/or towel (or feel free to “core” in the dirt).