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Welcome to the official website of Barnes Runners, an averagely interesting running club head-quartered in south-west London (Richmond Park, Conservative hold). Fast or slow, old or very old, we encourage runners of various levels of ability to run with us.

Based at Rose House in the centre of  Barnes, our runs take members along the towpaths of Barnes, Putney, Hammersmith, Mortlake and Richmond, as well as across Wimbledon Common and Richmond Park.

Members may log on via the administration widget on the right. If you would like to receive updates from the club about future events, training runs and races, you may do so by subscribing to posts (via the box on the right).

Ricmond Park, December 2010

We aspire to helping you to achieve whatever you want to get out of running – that might be marginally more (or in some cases, less) than you think. Some members compete on a regular basis, some join us for training sessions – some simply join us for breakfast afterwards.

Browse our website to find out more – or contact us directly at Enquiries@BarnesRunners.org.

 

 

 

Mens XC Match 4 – Match Report

A traditionally muddy wet and cold  fixture in croydon did not let the Men’s brave XC team down on Saturday.   At an earlier start time of 1400, a (nearly full) quorum of 9 set off to the start.   Only 8 actually got there as the SW london traffic came to a standstill and our ultra-running …

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If you think its cold you’re wrong.

It’s not cold. It will be even less cold at 7:15 tonight at Rose House so please make a special effort to come and see what I mean.  

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Thursday Track

Sometimes in the natural world there are phenomena that occur when forces collide. Tonight, consider arriving at 7:15 at Barn Elms running track to witness a once in a lifetime occurrence. As many of you know, Dave Kelly has completed another dry January and as such is back off the wagon with a vengeance. Conversely …

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Training Tonight

Ever wondered how a Tuesday night training session could be tailored to appeal to all levels of fitness and speed? I haven’t got a clue, but tonight we are going to find out how. Our very own Ollie Waugh will be leading tonights 10km run and assures me that all of us will be “satisfied” …

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