The countdown is on for Run Melbourne 2022!
Training and challenging yourself should be fun – and we want to support and encourage you to have fun while you train in any way possible.
This is why we are so excited to kick off our Run Melbourne Training Runs from Tuesday 17 May.
About Run Melbourne Training Runs
Our training runs cater to the long distance athlete, the running rookie and everything in between.
The sessions are led by our passionate Running Mentors and Run Leaders, who will be there to support you every step of the way during your time with them. It’s a place where you not only have an opportunity to get expert advice and improve your PB (if that is what you want!), but also a place where you can meet with other people from the running community and make new friends while you challenge each other.
Training Run Time Table
Below you can see the three routes for the Thursday city run and Friday Hawthorn runs.
Remember to stay hydrated! There will be places available where you can leave your bottle while you run.
Watch or other tracker
Because if you didn’t track it, it didn’t happen… or did it?
Something warm to put on after your run to prevent getting cold
Arrive 10 min early
The run starts at the exact time in the timetable.
The Run Melbourne countdown is on
Our Training Run Leads
Nathan has been running for over 15 years, and competed at State, National and International levels for over 10 years. He currently competes in distances from 1500m through to 10K with best times 3K 8:19 and 5K 14:26.
Nathan is an accredited Athletics Australia coach and Cross County coach at Caulfield Grammar.
Follow Nathan on Instagram @nathanpearce_
Tim is an accredited Distance and Recreational Running Coach. He has helped develop and deliver the Recreational Running Coaching framework in Australia and is a full time employee at Athletics Victoria. He is the founder of the Crosbie Crew.
Follow the crew at crosbiecrew.net