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WE ARE AN INTERNATIONAL BAREFOOT & MINIMALIST RUNNING CLUB WITH MANY RESOURCES & CHAPTERS WORLD-WIDE. Please visit www.TheBarefootRunners.org to join at no charge to you. Contact us about starting a chapter club in your area.
Tallman Track Club
Tallman Track club is an unintentionally nonprofit organization dedicated to training and practice for road racing from 5K to Marathon and beyond. New members are welcome and the only membership qualification is a willingness to sweat, suffer, and persevere. For over three decades, the Tallman Track Club has met for practice and training at 5pm at The University of Charleston, heat, cold, rain, sleet or snow notwithstanding.
Kanawha Trace Trail Running Club
Welcome to the 7th Annual Kanawha Trace 50K/25K/ and 10K Trail Run. This race will take place in Ona, West Virginia on August 5th, 2017.
The Tug Valley Road Runners Club have developed a series of running events that take place throughout the year. Their main goal is to promote physical fitness through running. The TVRRC has a scholarship program for high school students who participate in track or cross country running. They also sponsor a Children’s Running Program in the schools of Southern WV and Eastern Kentucky at no cost to students.
Girls on the Run of North Central West Virginia inspires girls to be joyful, healthy, confident using a fun, experience-based curriculum which creatively integrates running. We are one of three GOTR councils in West Virginia, and we cover seven North Central WV counties – serving over 600 girls per year.
Active Southern West Virginia’s purpose is to provide opportunities for physical exercise in southern West Virginia, thereby improving health and wellness of its citizens and workforce. In partnership with the New River Gorge Regional Development Authority, ActiveSWV operates programs within under-served communities where living a healthy lifestyle is critical to life expectancy and economic diversity. Active Southern West Virginia seeks to improve the health of all southern West Virginians by providing opportunities for active lifestyles. Active Southern West Virginia develops community programs to create a culture of exercise and physical activity in southern West Virginia.
West Virginia Hash House Harriers
MBH3 is the premier drinking club of Morgantown, WV. The kennel was formed in May 2012 as an alternative to the town’s Tuesday night hash. During the spring and summer we meet every Thursday at 6pm HST (Hash Standard Time) for Pre-Lube. On-out is roughly 7pm HST. During the cold months we meet every two weeks at the same time. Don’t let the harsh weather fool you; some of our greatest adventures occur in blizzards and monsoons. MountainBeer trails generally include three lengthy beer-nears and three to five decidedly non-lengthy miles of terrain.
Kanawha Trail Club
Kanawha Trail Club, established in 1942, is located in Charleston, WV. This organization is dedicated to hiking in the outdoors for fun, exercise, and meeting new friends. Kanawha State Forest, the club’s home base, is 9000 acres of diversified terrain where all members have the opportunity to enjoy its many trails and beautiful landscapes. If you want to experience a great outdoor adventure, come hike with us.
The Huntington Road Runners Club is based in Huntington, West Virginia. The goal of the club is to promote fitness and running in the greater Tri-State area of West Virginia, Ohio, and Kentucky. The Huntington Road Runners helps the community by scheduling runs, insuring local road races, and connecting runners in our area.
With a mission of increasing access to activities and resources that foster cultural preservation, promote eco and agritourism, recreation and sustainable food systems in Southern West Virginia counties. This Appalachian Coalition is based on the foundation of partnerships with other non-profit and for profit entities, business men and women, and most importantly the mountain folks of Southern West Virginia. We are actively seeking partnerships and funding opportunities while hosting and promoting activities that make Southern WV healthy and prosperous.
The West Virginia Mountain Trail Runners held its’ first organizational meeting and adopted bylaws on January 4, 2003 in Helvetia, WV. The seeds for the WVMTR actually began to form in 1999, but took a few years to take root and begin to grow. West Virginia roots are far reaching. Their members are from across the Mountain State as well as surrounding states. The club has grown steadily and by years end 2008 had a membership of near 200 people. As of 2014 that number is now just north of 350. The goal of the WVMTR is to encourage running and the healthy, positive qualities running encompasses. They do this by holding races, non-competitive club runs, social events, assisting other organizations with running events, and in general just running around having fun. They are a non-profit organization and are affiliated with the Road Runners Club of America.
Morgantown Road Runners/West Virginia Track Club
Morgantown, WV’s premier running club. We are host to the MAGP. We meet the first Monday of every month. Come out and join us!
Kanawha Running Club
Kanawha Running Club, Inc was founded by Brad Kohler and Brent Garrett, both of Charleston, WV. They have over 40 years combined running experience as well as 10+years coaching experience. They are excited to provide a safe and organized running club to area that will meet weekly in downtown Charleston, WV. KRC, Inc is a non profit club that is a member of the RRCA and USATF. What that means for you is an organized, already successful running model that will provide resourses, insurance, knowledge and safety to your weekly runs. We welcome walkers, runners, racers, or anyone that wants to come and meet for a social gathering among the most fun people to be around, RUNNERS!!
Provides accessible and affordable fitness events for everyone in Jefferson and Berkeley County, WV. Bros & Bras is for everyone who wants positive encourage to leave a healthier and fit life through personal and social accountability. Bros & Bras is a social and fitness movement that exists to improve the health of its members by providing event for beginners and experienced alike. Throughout the region, Bros & Bras develops outings to build a community of fitness and social acceptance without judgement or expectation.
Ryan McCarthy and Colleen Farrell
St. Joseph School Cross Country. They currently coach a middle cross country team in Martinsburg and have been leaders in expanding running opportunities for students in the eastern panhandle
Since 2007 Genesis has prepared new runners to run their first 5k and has helped experienced runners run their fastest 5k. Through a coaching program of thorough preparation, incremental training and accountability from a coach and other participants, runners gain the confidence and preparation they need to finish their first event.