We offer a variety of training sessions across the week. Why not come along and give us a go? We encourage you to try up to three sessions before joining.

View all our Upcoming Training Sessions and Team Vosser Mar 2017 for detailed training schedules

Tuesday - Quality and endurance

Meet at the Club House at 18:45. Drills start at 18:50 with the main session starting at 19:05. We offer a variety of coached sessions, depending on the time of year, including hill work, speed endurance and strength endurance. The sessions take place on grass and track or on specific road circuits round the city.   Runners of all levels of fitness and experience are welcome.  Please contact coaches Alan Coveney    

Wednesday - Club social runs 

Meet at River Park Leisure Centre, ready to run, at 18:50 for a 19:10 start. Runs usually cover 6 - 8 miles (more in the spring for members preparing for marathons) at a variety of paces and can be used as a recovery run from a Tuesday session or a social run. You should be comfortable running at least 9:30-minute miles. Please contact Alan Coveney or Shirley Dyson-Laurie. Please note, fewer runners attend in August.

Thursday - Threshold and social runs

We meet in the clubhouse at 6.50pm. for a 7.00pm prompt start. We offer a variety of runs on Thursdays, depending on the number of runners attending, including threshold, endurance, hills and social runsYou should be comfortable running at 9:30-minute miles or faster for an hour (or more). Please contact Alan Coveney or Steve Oliver if it is your first time.

Saturday - Long run

Long, slow, informal run. Meet outside River Park Leisure Centre for 08:00. The minimum distance is around 10 miles at around 9 – 10-minute mile pace, but distances increase to 20 miles for people training for marathons. Numbers vary and this run may not happen if there is a race on Sunday.

Important for all sessions

For any runs that take you out onto the roads, please make every effort to be visible to other road users. In the summer this means a light coloured top or high-viz. In the winter, high-viz is essential (fluoro-colours – not just reflective strips) and lights are encouraged.