Pontyclun Road Runners is first and foremost a community running club, established to promote running for residents of Pontyclun and the surrounding villages and help people get the most from the sport, whether that is pushing yourself to run that bit further or faster, or finding a like-minded group of
The website is undergoing a slight refresh, so there may be some disruption to normal service…. The main change is that the ‘News’ tab has now got two areas under it – a blog and the forums. All registered users will be able to contribute to the blog. If you’re
A good number of us found ourselves in Llanelli on Sunday 12 March for the Llanelli Waterfront Half Marathon. The weather forecast wasn’t great, but the day started relatively dry, so it was an early blast down the M4 to the Parc Y Scarlets. The race started just outside the
We’ve been spreading the love a little today, with PRR members attending both the Newport Half Marathon and the St David’s Day Run, as well as the quite awesomely titled Jones Crisps Anglesey Half Marathon. Stephen, Gethin, Tudor and myself headed down the M4 a little way to enjoy the
A big congratulations to the Pontyclun Road Runners who completed the awesome Hoka One Half Marathon yesterday. A trail half marathon with an overall climb of 548m (much of it in one go!) was not one for the faint hearted, as can be seen from this Strava link. Full results for
Here’s a photo of the runners in the group who have completed the Leaders in Running Fitness (LiRF) course organised by Welsh Athletics. From right to left we are; Steve Paskell, Neil Jones, Vicky Mead, Kay Lawless, with me Steve Burrell down the front. You’ll hopefully see one or more
We now have forums… Users will be able to post once they have registered on the website.
The membership links have now gone live. These should allow you to post your times against events, and post events themselves. Things are still experimental, so please contact me using the feedback page if you hit any problems. More content will be coming online shortly.