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Run England 3-2-1 running routes set to launch in Sheffield

by Press Release
Monday 3rd December 2012
 
 

Activity Sheffield are setting up safe, accurate and permanently marked running routes in Sheffield’s Graves Park and Norfolk Heritage Park to encourage new runners using Run England’s 3-2-1 initiative.

Run England 3-2-1 running routes set to launch in Sheffield

Run England is the official England Athletics recreational running project to which aims to get the whole nation running. Anyone – regardless of age, fitness level, aspiration, background, or location – can be a part of Run England and benefit from being a part of England's running community. We are here to help and encourage more people to run, and to run more often. For more information please see www.runengland.org.

3-2-1 is Run England’s project which aims to provide a range of marked running or jogging routes across the country that anyone can have a go at. Local organisers - working in partnership with athletics clubs and Run England groups - can mark safe, accurate and fun routes that are 3, 2 and 1 miles, kilometres or laps – suitable target distances for anyone who wishes to have a go. For more information please see www.runengland.org/3-2-1.

With more than 32,000 members and 1,500 registered groups, Run England – which also offers registered running groups led by qualified and insured group leaders as well as free membership with an array of benefits – is the official England Athletics recreational running project which aims to get the nation active through running.

There are three alternative routes on offer in each location, all clearly and accurately marked, to provide not only a fun and safe route to use in some great areas of the city for running, but also a way to monitor progress and set challenges.

The routes will be launched on Saturday 1st December at 9:30am at Graves Park, Sheffield.

Craig Blain, Run England Area Coordinator for the North, said: “The launch of the 321 routes are great news for Sheffield, the city already has a strong number of Run England groups and athletics clubs and the addition of the running routes offers yet another opportunity for local residents to pull on their trainers and give it a go.”

For those looking for some company, there are plenty of Run England groups in Sheffield which offer the motivation and support of other like-minded people as well as a qualified group leader. You can find your nearest group at www.runengland.org/groups and there will soon be a similar online map for 3-2-1 running routes.

Additionally, joining Run England for free online at www.runengland.org/join means you can get a number of special offers such as £15 off Sweatshop running shoes as well as being part of the nation’s recreational running community.

England Athletics works in partnership with the wider athletics community to create a vibrant, safe and progressive sport – embracing athletes of all abilities and from all communities to grow the next generation of athletics champions. For more information please see www.englandathletics.org.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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