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  • No Regular Club Meeting in October. Instead, please join us at one or all of the following special club events:

    October 10th - Saturday - The Little Rock Roadrunners Club is in charge of the elite women's corral at the Race for the Cure 5K in downtown Little Rock.    Our job is to make sure everyone is lined up in the right place at the front of the pack for the start and that things are organized at the finish line as well.  If you are willing and able, please join us from 6:15 to 8:15 AM.  Meeting location is the corner of Capitol Ave and Arch Street (one block west of Broadway).  Email Bill Torrey at bjtorrey@sbcglobal if you are interested in volunteering.

    October 17th - Saturday - Little Rock Invitational XC Meet Tailgate Party.  The UALR Trojans will host a Division 1 Cross Country Meet at Rebsaman Golf Course and the LRRC will be there to cheer the runners on.  We will have a tailgate tent, grill out some food and root for the home team.  The women's race starts at 10:00 AM, the men will go at 10:45 AM.  Let's get a big crowd out there and show the other schools that Little Rock is a running town!

    October 18th - Sunday - LRRC will host a Keep Arkansas Beautiful litter pick-up event on the Rock Creek Trail. Meet at 2 PM at the Bowman Curve Shopping Center, 200 N Bowman Road in Little Rock.  The Trail starts behind the Baptist Health Therapy Center and runs along the scenic Rock Creek Trail for nearly 2 miles.  It is our job to make it even more scenic by picking up trash from along the trail and creek area.  Gloves, trash bags and grabbers will be provided.

  • Club Newsletter: The Runaround - October 2015

  • Join the Roadrunners!

    The Little Rock Roadrunners Club is a non-profit organization of runners and walkers of all ages and backgrounds who share a common interest in physical fitness and better health. Our club seeks to promote these interests in the Little Rock community by holding regular meetings, training runs, and races. The LRRC is a great way to meet other runners and reach your goals, whether they be to qualify for the Boston Marathon or simply to be able to run a mile without stopping.

    Membership is open to anyone upon payment of dues, but visitors are always welcome at LRRC functions. Membership dues are $20 per year, with a discount given for signing up for multiple years. Dues cover all members of the same household. After becoming an LRRC member, you will receive a free pair of running socks in the mail along with a membership card that will get you the following discounts:

    Basically, if you buy two pairs of running shoes a year, you will make back your club dues easily! You'll also recieve the club's monthly newsletter, The Runaround, delivered straight to your email inbox. So don't delay, click here for a printable membership form or use our Online Registration and become a member of the Little Rock Roadrunners Club today!

    As a Little Rock Roadrunner, you are also a member of the Road Runners Club of America (RRCA). The Road Runners Club of America is the national association of running clubs, running events, and runners dedicated to promoting long distance running as a competitive sport and as healthful exercise. RRCA's mission is to represent and promote the common interest of its member clubs, events, and individual runners through education, leadership, programs and other services.

    Special Feature :

    Quest for 50 States:
    Calling all Club Members to assist in the Quest for 50 States. On your next trip, take your LRRC shirt along and get your picture taken. Then, send us the picture to - we'll post your photo in the LRRC Shirt Gallery. Our goal is a photo in all 50 states, D.C. and even foreign countries. The shirt has already made it to 5 different continents! States visited by the LRRC Shirt so far are shown in blue on the map below. WE ONLY NEED NEW JERSEY TO REACH ALL 50 + D.C.!

    Create your own visited states map or check out the JavaScript Charts.