Shepparton Runners Club will hold their Annual General Meeting on Thursday 12th October at the Shepparton Runners Clubrooms, Princess Park, Shepparton.
At the meeting, members will have the opportunity to:
• find out about Shepparton Runners Clubs operations and finances
• ask questions about the operations and finances
• speak about any items on the agenda (TBC)
• vote on any resolutions proposed.
At the meeting, members will be asked to vote to:
• accept the minutes of the last annual general meeting (attached)
• accept the annual report
• accept the financial report
• accept the annual financial statements
• elect directors. (forms attached)
Catering to be confirmed.

Tuesday Training

Tuesday, Oct 3.

Yoga GV Functional Fitness – 5 Mill St Mooroopna Vic 3629

Last Tuesday, Sept 26

For those that missed it, Chris had us go through the warm-up stretching drills that he uses. This was followed by a 3 km time trial. Remeber that Chris will always stay back to answer any questions about your training and running goals.

Tuesday, Nov 7,

Melbourne cup day. Training will start at 8 am, from Victoria Park Lake. This will be our first of the training sessions over 4 weeks as part of Activities in the park.


Last Sunday the Shepparton Runners Club hosted a 1 km fun run at Kidstown’s Kidsfest. Approximatly 50 runners hit the start line. As they crossed the finish line on the out and back course they received a McDonald’s drink bottle.

Upcoming events

October 15

Melbourne Marathon


Yarrawonga Mulwala Multi Sport Festival

Saturday, 21 October to Sunday, 22 October 2017

Lake Mulwala Foreshore, Yarrawonga, Victoria 

Ned Kelly Chase

Sunday, 22 October 2017

Apex Park, Wangaratta, VIC


Challenge Shepparton

Saturday, 11 November to Sunday, 12 November 2017
Victoria Park Lake Precinct, Shepparton, VIC
Pub2Pub Albury
November 12

Sunday Age City2Sea presented by Westpac

Sunday, 12 November 2017

Melbourne, VIC


The Shepparton Runners Club will be involved in and conduct a training session as part of the COGS Activities in the park.

More information to come late October.

How Often Should I Strength Train?

Just like when you add more miles, the key is to build gradually.

Jason asks: I’m trying to work strength training into my running routine, something I’ve never done before. I found a brief workout with dumbbells that includes deadlifts, squats, lunges, and squat thrusts. I did it for the first time last week and my legs were so sore that I couldn’t run for four days. How often am I supposed to do a workout like that? I don’t want super muscular legs, I just want strong legs for a marathon. Help!

More from the source

Brady Threlfall hasn’t done an official report or podcast yet, but this is his official result and splits

David Criniti in Berlin 

David Criniti is one of the hardest working runners you’ll find anywhere on the planet. Apart from being a sub 2:18 marathoner, Dave, who works as a school teacher in Sydney and is the founder of the Run Beyond Project, which aims to help students facing adversity to develop skills in goal setting, commitment and resilience using running as a medium. Runner’s Tribe caught up with Dave for this Q&A after running a 2:17:57 in the Berlin Marathon on Sunday, which is evidently a Gold Coast 2018 Commonwealth Games qualifier.

Full interview here