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Clanfield Challenge – keep on running

  • Author: Anne Cleaver
  • Published: 2nd June 2016
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Clanfield Challenge – keep on running

The blog below is written to encourage local residents, particularly women, to take up running. In May 2016 Clanfield Online, working with the Clanfield Joggers, organised and put on the Clanfield Challenge.  Over 500 runners competed, supported by dozens of local volunteers marshalling the course and generally helping to make Sunday 22 May such a success.

Let’s make sure that the sense of achievement and thrill of the Challenge doesn’t evaporate.  We are being encouraged by health professionals, government and our own good sense to be more active.  Contact the Clanfield Joggers today and get running.

This Girl Can – Can You? 

Clanfield Joggers are encouraging local women to pull on a pair of trainers and take part in a campaign from Sport England – This Girl Can. 

This Girl Can celebrates active women everywhere and proves that whatever your size, age, ability or previous experience, sport can be a fun and enjoyable part of our lives. Men play more sport than women at every age.  So ‘girls’ – of all ages and waistlines - this is your chance to redress the balance.  It doesn’t matter how fit or ‘couch potato’ you are; it is about taking part, feeling better and achieving goals you didn’t think possible.

Are we forgetting the men in this campaign?  Absolutely not!  Clanfield Joggers are keen to sign up more male runners for the group. They have increased their membership in the past year but they want to do more and this campaign is just one of many initiatives. 

Contact them today to talk about joining this friendly local group who will help you on your journey to greater fitness and enjoyment.

Clanfield Challenge – keep on running

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