What does¬†Heanor Running Club means to its members and what’s their story.

Here are a few articles from some of our members, telling their HRC in their own words.

Rob Rainsford, a member since 1993 and Chairman since 1995 brings us his story

Ashley Deeming – long standing member and one of the Junior’s Coaches.
Here are Ashley’s thoughts on Heanor Running Club

Tony Weatherson – Geordie in exile and a member since 2002 tells us his story

Jo Potter – Ladies Team Captain and a member for 10 years tells of her journey from first club night nerves to tackling any event going!

Paul Winfield, a top club man with his thoughts

Chris Cotton, followed his family in joining HRC for life after football

One of the younger members Ethan Rowley gives his insight on joining the juniors and moving up to the seniors

Kerry Queenan joined in 2016 and tells of her journey to a marathon and the social side of HRC

Our Club President, and founder member, Gaz shares some memories of the early 80’s running boom

From racing Welsh trains to balancing the books, our treasurer Yvonne looks back on her time with HRC

Jon Wainwright, arguably the club’s most successful runner and now based in France, recalls his time with in the yellow and blue

Heather Wesson brings us her story of joining HRC and the balance of the structured training and the social side – and a love of XC!

Relative newcomer, Jamie Fletcher, tells of what he’s gained from joining from another club

Kristian Watson, another runner relatively new to the yellow & blue give his take on HRC

Current Club Secretary, and member for 20 years, Pete Edwards, writes about how he came to join HRC