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TRY A RUN
WHY SFRRC
OUR MISSION

SAN FRANCISCO ROAD RUNNERS CLUB

The San Francisco Road Runners Club (SFRRC), the largest running club in San Francisco, is in full swing with Saturday club runs, Tuesday track, Wednesday fun runs, Thursday Ferry runs, and Sunday trails! We are passionate about running and strive to be fun, kind & inclusive! So please join our runs to achieve your goals, overcome challenges, meet new friends, run together, support one another, and to simply enjoy each other's company!

What are your health, fitness and running goals? Join our SFRRC community to get connected with like-minded, friendly and supportive runners. We look forward to having you join us on the streets (track and trails too) of our city, for our social hours, strength and recovery sessions, post-run brunches/donuts and more! Whether you are training for a 5k or marathon or just want to run with some good/kind people, the San Francisco Road Runners are here for you. Plus, new members also get an SFRRC running shirt and hat!



We typically run five times a week: Saturday for our Club Runs (80+ runners), Tuesday nights at Kezar Track, Wednesday nights from Sports Basement-Presidio, Thursday nights along the Embarcadero, and Sunday mornings on trails in Marin. As of 2023, we have 500+ members and growing with all backgrounds and training paces from 7:30 min/mile to 11:00 min/mile to walkers, so you'll find plenty running at your pace.

Non-members: If you would like to try a Saturday test run with us, please check for details on the calendar event page.




Train or qualify for Boston with us or train for San Francisco or one of the World Marathon Majors or another destination race or one of your choice. It’s way more fun and a lot easier with others... especially the long runs. If you're not a club member, learn about the benefits & become a member today! Start getting our emails, connect with our running community, get run locations, race discounts, shoe and store discounts, coaching/workouts, training schedules, and more.

P.S. It is with joy that we bring this uplifting story to you. We held back on sharing immediately because we needed to be attentive to the coronavirus situation/health orders that were beginning. But, in the first half of March last year, Chau Smith completed her quest of running a marathon in each of the 50 States... at the Big Island International Marathon (replete with waterfalls, surfers, lava beaches, sea spray, and rain forest) with all of her family present.


SFRRC's inaugural Running Camp took place in early May of 2019 in Occidental and its surrounding trails/roads and the Sonoma coast... kicking-off on the lovely Kortum Trail.



In 2018, we begin our Member of the Month to recognize someone who brings a particularly positive contribution to the club... it might be from a comeback story, or their joyful/helpful presence at club runs, or they inspire others with their beautiful spirit, or they trained with us and ran one exceptional race.


We invite our all our San Francisco Road Runners Club members to join us on Strava (a joyful social network for runners). Think of it as a way to encourage one another and keep track of your running at the same time. Plus, look back at how you did on previous runs, workouts, and races. More SFRRC info on Strava HERE .



UPCOMING EVENTS

Upcoming Events
Upcoming Events

NEWEST MEMBERS

Welcome Members
Welcome 2018 New Members


Club Members of the Month
JAIME TIO AND WENDY REYES

What are a few of your favorite things about the club?

J: 1) the people are what makes this club special for me. Everyone is so nice and welcoming. It’s like my second family; 2) the support we give each other on training days and race days. I feel that I always have SFRRC support; 3) post-run gatherings after Kaizer, long runs, and Sunday trails. 
W: The people! It’s a blessing camaraderie I find with my running buddies and the leaders of SFRRC. I get to know more about others and myself on every run.


What are the most memorable joyful moments with the club? And why?

J: Achieving a PR at the Kaizer Half Marathon thanks to Bill Summer and Matt Hutchinson. I wasn’t mentally prepared for that until Bill showed up out of nowhere, led us for the first 8 miles and the rest was history. The second one was my first trail run discovering Muir Woods. Three words come to mind: beautiful, peaceful, and humbling.
W: I appreciate all my long runs with the club, but I remember the first trail run I did on the Tennessee valley trail guided by Bill and Kristin. It was impressive, challenging, and magnificent and that day I believed I could do anything I set my mind to do.





 

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