Here at RunAbout Sports, we are here to support our local runners.
We proudly support The Original Pub Run, We Run Roanoke, C&C Runners, & Roanoke Valley Trail Runners, as well as other local running/walking groups throughout the valley.
C&C Runners is a local running/walking group founded by Marion Childress, Roanoke’s Running Ambassador. You can catch many C&C runners at local races, events, or on the roads and trails! If you’re interested in joining, contact Marion and he will get you all set up!!
The Roanoke Valley Trail Runners club was created for all trail runners at different levels to get together and have a relaxing trail run at the beginning or the end of the week. Will at least have two runs a month in Roanoke and surrounding trails. Runs will be 4-6 miles at a nice comfortable pace. Beginners are welcome to join the group and NO RUNNER IS EVER LEFT BEHIND!
The Original Roanoke Pub Run was established in 2008 by John Park. We start at The Village Grill on Memorial near the Grandin Village every Tuesday @ 6:15pm, then head out on the greenway for 2, 3, 4, and sometimes 5 mile routes. From John- “Established in 2008, we are the originators of the Pub Run in Roanoke. Our goal is to get people out and be active! All fitness levels welcome!!” If you are interested in learning more about The Original Roanoke Pub Run, check them out on Facebook!
RunAbout Sports Roanoke is a locally AND independently owned specialty running and walking retail store that loves supporting the local community we live, work, and do business in.
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