Welcome to the Liss Runners website
Upcoming Events (Now even more events added for the 2018 season)
Cross Country Events 2017/18
Winter can only mean one thing... It's the cross country season. We are in two leagues: The speedy Hampshire XC League and the more social but still competitive Southern Cross Country League. Please click on the above leagues for more details. Fly the flag (or is that vest?) for Liss! Click here for details of the next event.
Hampshire Road Race League 2017/18
This year the club has joined the Hampshire Road Race League for the first time. This series of races have a wide range of abilities from national level racers to rather sedate club runners. If you want to enter a race then get your entry in early as most of the races sell out well in advance. For more details please see the HRRL page
Club Handicaps 2018
The details of Trevor's Challenge, the club handicap series, have now been added to the diary. The first round (which doubles as the club championships) will take place on Wednesday 11th April
This year's new social run is being run at 10am on the 4th March from the The Royal Exchange, Lindford - Visit the event page for more information.
Save the Date! - The AGM
The AGM will be held on Wednesday 4th April at the Herne Farm Leisure Centre, Petersfield. Further details will be posted closer to the time.
ParkRun Meet-Ups 2018
Each year the club arranges some meet-ups at a selection of local park-runs. These are free organised runs from a huge variety of locations throughout the UK and beyond, each starting at 9am on a Saturday. This year's meet-ups are now published on the events page. To take part you need to register on the parkrun website to get a free bar code.
Club Training Sessions: Make the most of our three regular training sessions each week. Click on training for more information.
Tuesday Evening Runs at Queen Elizabeth Country Park
Kev is continuing to arrange a series of evening runs on Tuesdays starting at 7pm from the main car park of Queen Elizabeth Country Park. The routes are around 5-6 miles, a bit hilly in places and the pace is relaxed with regular stops to match the pace of the slowest. Please bring a torch.
The dates of upcoming runs can be found on the training page.
If you want more information please contact Kev:
Newsletter: Make sure you send your results, articles and photos to John Collis for inclusion in the next newsletter (email newsletter).
Why not have a twist on your running and try using your brain as well as your legs and try orienteering. Southampton Orienteers have events for beginners. Click on Orienteering for more details. Tom is with Aldershot area club Southern Navigators: their events page: SN Events page.