Well known marathon runner Adam Holland made a very welcome appearance at the Tavistock Area Schools first Cross Country event on 12th February. Pictured is Adam with Nicolas Maczugowzki and Joel Lake of Tavistock Athletic Club ‘haring’ the Year 5 and 6 boys race, which was win by Fynn Baker of Milton Abbot school. Continue reading The ‘hares’ – schools cross-country
Club nights are Tuesdays and Thursdays. There are five groups for different abilities running each night, so there should be one to suit you. Each group is taken out by a qualified leader to help guide you in your training. Meet at 6.15pm and train from 6.30-7.30pm.
When: Tuesdays, Assemble 18.15pm, running groups depart 18.30pm
Where: Pavilion in the Park
Contact: OCRA – 01837 318010
Okehampton Running Club (ORC) has over 100 members of all abilities and all ages who share one thing – a love of running!
Club nights are Tuesdays and Thursdays. There are five groups for different abilities running each night, so there should be one to suit you. Each group is taken out by a qualified leader to help guide you in your training.
Tuesday nights are steady runs, sometimes on road, sometimes through the woods and tracks. In the winter, we do head torch runs going out through the country lanes. In the summer, we have a separate group that meets up on moor, going fully off-road.
Thursday nights are technical sessions, aiming to build up stamina and speed. We do sprints, and distance loops, as well as hill reps and more.
When: Tuesdays and Thursdays, 6.15pm and train from 6.30-7.30pm
Where: Assemble at Pavilion in the Park, Mill Road, Okehampton. Devon. EX20 1GE
Contact: email: email@example.com
Updated: 24 Jan 2019
Great flat(ish) route through stunning Edwardian Parkland and the Ockment Valley, by streams, on pathways – Suit all level of runners and the chance to set a good time.
The Dartmoor 50 Ultra Trail running race, Dartmoor Marathon and Yes Tor Hill Race are fully signed trail running races with great support and a distinctly wild and at times fell running feel, taking in the highest points in the south of England and some of the lesser visited tops.
Dartmoor is the largest area of wilderness in the south of England and one of the wildest and most challenging landscapes in the UK for a running race.
The Oke Croak is a must for all off-road runners. The 10.69-mile route is challenging with 2,000 feet of ascent over the rugged moorland of northern Dartmoor. You will be heading out of Simmons Park through the beautiful wooded valley beside the River Okement before starting the climb up the ancient “Goat Path.”
The Ultra Tour of Dartmoor (U.T.D) creates the most challenging and adventurous way to circumnavigate the Moor within a 100 mile event. A complete tour, encompassing as many wild and not-to-be-missed places as possible, a landscape steeped in myths and legend.
The Ultra Tour of Dartmoor visits a myriad of Moorland landmarks, picture-postcard villages and crosses an intense diversity of terrain, from it’s wild remote heart to the satellite leafy woodland glades and meandering riverside trails of it’s outer edges. Continue reading CANCELLED 3rd and 4th August: ENDURANCE RUNS – Dartmoor 100 & 50
Great opportunity to enter your own team of 4 in different age categories + adult teams into this great event –
Full programme here.
Starts at 5.30p.m. with a fun run – all welcome to enter.
The Years 3 and 4 OCRA/West Devon Primary Schools’ mini-tennis festival was held at Tavistock College at the end of May and run by Ben Knight and Rhys Dunford of Mount Kelly and Tavistock Tennis Club.
Sixteen teams from Whitchurch, St Peter’s, Horrabridge, St Andrew’s, Tavistock, Mount Kelly, Boasley Cross and North Tawton took part in what was an exciting competition. Continue reading Everyone for Tennis
The 2.5 & 5 km, first Sunday, monthly runs continue – ALL WELCOME.
Run or walk for adults of all ages, families, young people and children of all abilities. Meet new people and meet up with friends and families.
Always great to see new people and families running.