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Lace up for the RRRC Summer Track Series

The free community track meets offer family-friendly races for athletes of all paces

RIC RRRC Summer Track Series

The RRRC’s Summer Track Series brings local runners out in droves every year for its fun, casual, community-oriented track meets.

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The Richmond Road Runners Club Summer Track Series will return on Tuesday, June 18. The free track meets happen every Tuesday for six weeks. All are welcome to test themselves or just enjoy the atmosphere at UR’s Fred Hardy Track.

Here’s the schedule:

  • June 18 | 100m, 800m, 4 x 400m Relay
  • June 25 | Mile, Sprint Medley Relay (200m-200m-400m-800m)
  • July 2 | 200m, Distance Medley Relay (1200m-400m-800m-1600m)
  • July 9 | 400m, 4 x 800m Relay
  • July 16 | 3k
  • July 23 | 2k Steeple Chase, 4x800m

Every meet concludes with a “Pick Your Time Mile” where runners have to set a time, run without a watch or a clock, and try to finish as close to their prediction as possible.
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