Tuesday Evenings (Summer) Runs
Runs are listed on the calendar.
Meet at parking for 6.45pm. These runs are normally slightly shorter than the Saturday run – about 1 to 1 ½ hours long. September runs may start earlier to allow for diminishing daylight.
Krunce series races are on the 1st Tuesday of each month and most club members participate in these although they are open to all runners.
Tuesday Evenings (Winter) Runs
Due to Covid-19, normal training at King's College has not been possible, but sessions in accordance with SAL guidelines are taking place at alternative venues - please get in contact for details or see the web calendar. Sessions are normally led by Ewen Rennie who sends out details each week of what the training will be. Read more about Cosmics Coaching here.
Saturday Mornings Runs
Runs are listed on the calendar. During the current Covid19 outbreak, those intending to run should respond to the weekly emails so that a list of contact details of those attending can be maintained. Numbers will be limited with paid-up members having priority.
We meet at the venue for 09:45 for a 10:00 start. Runs will normally last about 2 hours and runners should carry their own maps, and safety kit.
The group may split into smaller groups to accommodate different speeds or distance covered.
Everyone is free to roam the hills at will, but for organised club runs we need to ensure that everyone, particularly new members, are looked after. A major potential problem is of inexperienced members going off route and getting lost, but anyone, including the fastest and most experienced campaigners, might be unlucky enough to sustain an injury and be faced with a long hobble home.
All members and others on Cosmic Runs are expected to carry the following essential kit:
- Mobile phone
- Full body cover (appropriate for the conditions)
- Emergency food
Please note that as this is almost the same as the compulsory kit required for races, it will do no harm to get used to carrying and using it. It is for our own safety that we carry the kit.
Anyone who is intending to divert from the normal route, or breaking off early to head home for instance, should make this known to others.
Information and a map with contact numbers will be circulated by email with the reminder for each run. In an emergency dial 999, or dial or text 112 (text may often be better when mobile reception is poor).
This does not absolve individuals from responsibility for their own safety when taking part in a club run.
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