Welcome to the website of the Somerville Road Runners, Somerville Massachusetts' oldest running club. Bordering Boston and Cambridge, we're a motley crew that works hard, but doesn't let that get in the way of having a good time. SRR is a charitable, non-profit organization that sponsors many events a year including weekly runs, track workouts, annual races and even competitive but delicious cook-offs! Our club welcomes new members of all abilities. Read on to find out what we've been up to lately.
When: Sunday March 22 @ 9:30AM
Where: The Asgard Pub, 350 Massachusetts Ave, Cambridge MA (map)
SRR's first race of the year is also a great way to celebrate the first weekend of Spring! The course is a mostly flat 5K through Cambridge, from Central Square towards Harvard Square and back, followed by some great craic! If you haven't registered yet you can do so online. Proceeds from the race will benefit several Cambridge charities and youth groups including the JLK Sanfilippo Research Foundation and the Cambridge Rindge and Latin Track Team..
VOLUNTEERS ARE STILL NEEDED for this event! If you can help out please contact Carrie-Anne Dedeo for more information.
December 14 -- Yulefest 5K, Cambridge MA
January 18 -- Lazy Dog 3 Miler, Lynn MA
February 1 -- Super Sunday 5 Miler, Cambridge MA
March 15 -- New Bedford Half Marathon, New Bedford MA
April 4 -- Shifters 5K, Waltham MA
May 10 -- MOM's Run 5K, Somerville MA
Check out our Grand Prix web page for more details and race results.
Next week we meet on the OUTDOOR track at 6:30 PM. We will have two outdoor workouts at 6:30 PM (on April 7 and 14th) and then we will take a 3 week break. Outdoor workouts will then resume on May 12th at 7:00 PM
Groups A & B
Groups C & D
Groups E & F
***Note that if you feel restless, you have my blessing to turn up the jets on the final 1600 but it is neither expected nor needed. If you intend to do this, I would run the first 800 at LT and then pick it up second half
Where do I sign up for SRR membership/track?
Congratulations to Shaun Miller who recently conquered the Vermont 50 Miler shattering a personal best by over half an hour on a challenging course.
This is just the latest in a growing SRR Ultra movement that has been going for a while but really seems to have gained momentum this year. Just a cursory scan of this years results shows: