Red Rock Running & Tri Club

News and upcoming events

More changes to evening runs this week  

Posted by Pete McBreen Mon, 20 Oct 2014 02:34:31 GMT

Week beginning 20-October

Monday 20-October Swim program starts at 9PM – be there or be dry.

Tuesday 21-October – Fun Training Group will meet at 6:30 at Tim Horton’s on Quarry Street (near Walmart), had to change location as it is too dark to run on the grass hill any more.

Wednesday 22-October – easy run from Tim Hortons on Quarry Street (near Walmart), start at 6:00PM – will run at pace of slowest person who shows up. Note change of TIME and location, Brent wanted to run from a place that served coffee.

Thursday 23-October – meet 6:30 at Spray Lakes Track going indoors this week to get familiar with running on a track again.

Saturday 25-October – meet 8:30AM, long run from Coffee Traders, 10 to 20K depending on how far you want to go. Frank and Danny will also be doing 5K run/walk starting at same time

Sunday 26-October – meet 8:45 at Coffee Traders for an easy 5K to 15K – there will be opportunities to turn around early if you do not want the full distance.

Fall Swim program starts Monday 20-October  

Posted by Pete McBreen Thu, 16 Oct 2014 13:18:34 GMT

Monday Nights Swim Program, 9PM to 10PM, 20-October thru 22-December 2014

Our coached swim program appeals to runners who want to swim for fitness and cross training. We also have a number of athletes who participate in triathlons ranging from sprint to Ironman distances. All the athletes, regardless of their goals, have been thrilled by the gains they’ve made. This program is geared towards all levels, from novice to experienced swimmer. Workouts improve both technique and endurance that will assist you in improving your strength and efficiency in the water. They also provide a useful cross training opportunity for those weeks when the weather outside makes you not feel like running outside.

$100 for 10 weeks, must be club member, that costs $15 and if you join now membership is until December 2015. Membership form

Make cheques payable to the: “Cochrane Red Rock Running & Tri Club”

Note. You must email the club to reserve your place in this swim program, we cannot accept drop in swimmers.

John and Saskia did well in Tucson  

Posted by Pete McBreen Tue, 14 Oct 2014 03:02:44 GMT

10K race results – Saskia was second in her age group, John was first in his age group.

More good results for Neil and Sierra  

Posted by Pete McBreen Sun, 05 Oct 2014 03:42:17 GMT

Both won their age classes in the Ambulance Chasers 5K – Neil was 3rd overall in 18:48, Sierra was 37/184 in a time of 28:18 (but 1st in her 12 and under age group)

Marathon record is now 2:02:57  

Posted by Pete McBreen Mon, 29 Sep 2014 03:15:57 GMT

Dennis Kimetto broke record at Berlin to put that in context, he ran an average pace of just under 2:55/K, or 4 back to back 29:08 10K races. Check out the Kilometer splits at the above link – really consistent pacing.

Good results in Melissa's 10K and 21K  

Posted by Pete McBreen Mon, 29 Sep 2014 03:15:46 GMT

Shelley, Wayne and Cathy, Pam and Dan were in 21K race, with Neil and Kate in the 10K race. Neil sent some pictures as well, rest are in photos section

Finish line

Cochrane paths and parks open again  

Posted by Pete McBreen Wed, 17 Sep 2014 02:16:11 GMT

The Town of Cochrane had closed some parks and paths but they are now reopen. There may still be some fallen branches so watch out on the narrow paths and trails.

World mountain running championships results  

Posted by Pete McBreen Mon, 15 Sep 2014 14:20:34 GMT

Congratulations to Jessica Kaiser who competed in the World Mountain Running Championships over the weekend, it must have been a tough 8.4K

Canmore Half and 5K results  

Posted by Pete McBreen Fri, 12 Sep 2014 13:16:01 GMT

A few Cochrane runners in the Canmore Half and 5K last weekend. Good results in the various age groups a second and a fourth, so who says hill training does not work?

Dino Dash Results  

Posted by Pete McBreen Sun, 07 Sep 2014 04:40:29 GMT

Jim won his age group in the 5K and Sierra beat a guy seven times her age. In the 10K Ken Skea did 40:09, Neil did 43:48 and Marathon Martin was the surprise of the day with 44:56 – so it does help to do the long runs.

Photos from Pete and Bethan are now uploaded

Jim Finishing