Congratulations to WRC’s Dan Yi for taking 7th place with 2:36:52 at the Suntrust National Marathon in Washington, D.C. on March 20, 2010.
Attention to all new and potential members, join us for a fun run to meet club members and to learn more about WRC. Also, if you are new to the area or new to running, we strongly encourage you to attend to learn more about running in DC and/or to talk about running with experienced runners.
We will meet at 7pm on April 28th in front of the Lululemon Athletica store on P St NW between 14th and 15th streets. Bring friends and join us for a shorter and slower version of our Sunday long runs!
Washington Running Club, 04/06/10
Washington Running Club News
Hello WRC Members!
It’s getting warmer out and racing season is coming into full swing. See below for some great announcements of races, events and fun runs coming up this month.
Long Run–As always, the Sunday long run starts at 8 am on the corner of 33rd and M in Georgetown. Meet for coffee at Dean and Deluca after the run.
We want to hear all of your race results, run related stories, and see your race and run photos so we can share all of your news with the club. Also, if you are interested in writing a race report or another article, let us know. Please e-mail information and photos to Tamma at email@example.com.
WRC is putting together race teams for the following races: Capitol Hill Classic 10K (May 16th), Woodrow Wilson Half Marathon (September 19th), Army Ten Miler (October 24th), Turkey Trot (November 25th), and Jingle All the Way 10k (December 12th).
To join a WRC race team or to find out more information, please contact Cristina Burbach.
The taper begins for the Boston Marathon and the Cherry Blossom Ten Miler!
Let’s warm up on our own, do strides as a group, main workout, and finish with a cool down.
Strides: 4 x 100 m
For those running Cherry Blossom this weekend, let’s do something light: 8 x 400 m (5 KM pace) with 200 m recovery.
For those tapering for Boston in the next week or two, may either do something on the short end of the range of 800s or you could do something like 1 x mile @ half marathon pace followed by 1 x mile @ marathon pace.
As always, please feel free to tailor the workout to your needs!