Twin Cities Running Club
A club for beginners and experienced runners alike
Individual Membership $25.00
Family Membership $40.00
Membership questions? Email our membership manager at: firstname.lastname@example.org
- member directory
- group run calendar
- a collection of member uploaded photos
- a discussion board for members
TWIN CITIES RUNNING CLUB HONORED MEMBERS - 2017
MEET OUR FOUNDER, Run Coordinator, lifelong runner and member, DAVID COYNE. Dave founded TCRC in 2003. As Coach for the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's (LLS) Team and Training organization, he saw a need for a running club that supported members of all abilities. Since the beginning, Dave he has grown the club, coordinated all runs, provided coaching, managed the details of the clubs business and records. And most importantly, he drives the culture of the club to keep it fun and inclusive.
Running Times captured the the character of TCRC and the vision Dave had when he founded the club. He rarely misses a run, unless in his affiliation with national running organization, he gets called away to a meeting.
MEET OUR CLUB ENERGIZER and member, NANCY RUSH. Even with a few health challenges, Nancy is most likely at the weekend runs. When she can't run, she takes a turn as volunteer water stop host.
Like many of our members, Nancy joined TCRC after she ran with the LSS Team in Training to raise money for Leukemia treatment and research, but she has been running for more than thirty years and you might say that's why keeps her blood flowing!
Never at a loss for words, Nancy will change your "I can't!" and "I don't want to!" to "Sure I can, you betcha!"
Remember what Dave said in the Running Times article:
"You don't have to run 100 miles a week or do killer workouts to improve, but you do have to be consistent with your training. Many runners train for a big race such as a marathon, and then do very little running until they decide to train for the next big race. To improve from year to year, though, you have to run with a purpose even when you're not training for a race. Put in some substantial base mileage and do enough speed work to maintain a high level of fitness. Build on your strengths and work on your weaknesses. The runners who improve the most are those who maintain that consistency." Running Times- July 26, 2011