Members say it is our openness to all runners of all abilities, including prospective runners just starting; everyone fits in -- including you!
Twin Cities Running Club members wholehearted support the goals of each of our club members -- whatever their goals might be.
TWIN CITIES RUNNING CLUB WAS ESTABLISHED when running clubs still typically encouraged competition and catered to experienced, faster runners. TCRC's founder envisioned a comprehensive running club with members that welcomed runners of all ages and abilities, designed to help your running - whether you’re a beginner looking to improve your health and fitness, an experienced racer looking to improve your race times, or anywhere in between.
TCRC MEMBERS LIKE TO:
Some members joined TCRC because we were new in town and hoped to explore a variety of running routes -- we vary our routes year around. Many of our members came to Minnesota from other parts. We try to correctly pronounce everyone's name!!
- TCRC members and their family enjoy breakfast and conversation after a weekend morning run.
- Member Directory
- Online Membership Renewal
- TCRC's Run & Event Calendar- David Coyne's blog - RUNNER'S HIGH
MORE (Members' Other Resources):
Because our members enjoy and support each other, we reap benefits that go beyond the benefits of a TCRC membership:
Members Planned Excursions. Every year, members collectively attend running events in other cities and states; adventurous members are all welcome to participate (at their own expense.)
Affordable Training Advice. TCRC's member/founder, Dave Coyne, who offers personalized a training programs to help members prepare for an event or to improve their running fitness. Dave is a lifelong runner himself and he was a coach for the Twin Cities Leukemia Team in Training for several years. He has coached beginner and novice runners to help them achieve their PR goals.
"The thing is that Dave really focuses on the individual goal, and whatever goal you have is a good enough goal." - Jeanne Ritterson, 2017 President TCRC