Newmarket Joggers is an established friendly club offering encouragement, advice and support to runners of all levels and abilities. Whether you are looking
to improve your running, run as a group or join a club that competes in local, regional and national competitions… Everyone is welcome.
Newmarket Joggers meet twice weekly at Newmarket Leisure Centre on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6.20pm for club runs at 6.30pm. In addition we also offer weekly Tuesday track sessions at Scaltback School at 6:00pm (winter) taken by one of East Anglia’s best coaches, Mick Graham. For more information click here.
In memory of our dear friend Marcus Gynn
Marcus passed away on Thursday 11th February 2016 at home surrounded by his loving family.
He was a key player in the Club, so encouraging and such an inspiration to all. He loved his running and was so much fun to be around. Thank you for being part of our Club.
Interested in running
Newmarket Joggers welcome joggers/runners of all abilities. If interested in joining please come along to Newmarket Leisure Centre on a Tuesday or Thursday evening, we meet in the downstairs foyer (near to the main desk) at 6.20pm to discuss routes leaving at 6.30pm. In the meantime if you would like more details please contact Emma Townsend on email@example.com
Brighton Marathon, Sunday 17th April. The Brighton Marathon is growing in popularity and is often a target for the Newmarket Joggers. Elite female Nicky Chapman is an experienced marathoner these days and produced a superb personal best by 5 minutes of 3.24.47. Paul Francis was rightly delighted with his time of 3.36.04. Lisa Redman ran well with a time of 3.58. … Read more
Newmarket joggers had 11 runners take part in the historic London marathon. Denys Olefir came in with his amazing time of 2.34.59, making him the 151st runner over the finish line. There were over 37000 runners this year so all the joggers, some first timers and other more experienced marathoners came home with some fabulous times to go with their … Read more
Newmarket Jogger Kevin Connolly is and established ultra runner these days and began this years campaign with a sensational 30 pb in the 50 Miles South Downs Way Ultra. With 600ft of total elevation, in perfect weather conditions, Kevin took in the race from Worthing to Eastbourne and stormed home in 9 hours 26 minutes.