Welcome

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.

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 emma@newmarketjoggers.co.uk



News

Suffolk County Cross Country Championships

The stately setting of Hevingham Hall provided a stunning backdrop for the Suffolk County Cross Country Championships on Sunday. Always a true test over 12k for men and 8k for women, the recent heavy rain added the final ingredient to the endurance test. Newmarket Joggers were well represented in the small but select fields. The runners were support by a … Read more

Ely New Years Eve 10K

  The NYE Ely 10k was run on a bright but windy day proving a challenge to the Newmarket Joggers. First home was Neil Williamson with a time of 44.25 closely followed by David McLaughlin with 44.52. They were followed by Clive Purbrook (45.20), Brian Munns (45.33), Jeremy Reader (45.41) and John Duke with a cracking pb (47.02). Pauline Green was first … Read more

The Beccles 10 Turkey Trot, Sunday 13th December

The Newmarket Joggers entered in to the Christmas spirit and lined up in the Beccles Turkey Trot over 10 miles. Paul Dockerill is looking like a useful prospect for 2016 and put in a superb performance coming home in 1.10.36. Unsure of whether to go for a leg or breast, V60 performer Clive Purbrook opted for all out effort and … Read more