From county or elite runners to people who can’t run at all, we pride ourselves on helping everyone. Our 24 qualified coaches and leaders take groups of every ability and help them reach their maximum potential. We are often the largest team at the Cornish Grand Prix races. We attend almost every race in the county and many further afield.

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      • Race Entries. Entries for GP races are now being taken online or via our Facebook Entries page. Refunds can be made up to when the entry goes in (normally two weeks before) after that it becomes non refundable unless you or we can find someone to take your place.
      • Track is back! Track continues for another 10 weeks with a new Track Schedule from the 3rd April thanks to our amazing coach Simon Grose. There will also be a  Development Group led by Susan Chapman and Jackie O’Keefe to help introduce people to track training.
      • An Resek.Hayle runners are celebrating their best results of the 2014 season in the latest race in the Cornwall Glass and Glazing Grand Prix. The An Resek Hellys race is a 10 mile undulating multi terrain race in Helston starting with athletes running through the Penrose Estate then across the energy sapping sand of Loe Bar, up past Chyvarloe Farm through Gun wallow and back to Helston, past Culdrose to finish at Penrose Amenity Area. With the last mile and a half downhill via Furry Way it has a fast finish for the runners. For more details see this Press Release, the Race Results and the GP after 4 An Res hellys.
      • Hayle Training. Hayle Runners have run a successful workshop on Nutrition issues in conjunction with the Duchy Athletics Network at the Hayle Rugby Club. For more details see this Press Release.
      • Falmouth Half Marathon. The 2014 ‘Run Falmouth’ Half Marathon on Sunday 16 March was also the 3rd race in the Cornwall Glass and Glazing 2014 Grand Prix (GP).  The event was organised by Cornwall Hospice Care, in conjunction with Falmouth Road Runners, and is a major fund-raising event for the community charity and attracted over 400 runners with 42 of their number members of Hayle Runners. For more details see this Press Release, the Race Results and the GP after 3 Falmouth.
      • Race Night for a Defibrillator. There will be a Race Night at the rugby club in order to raise funds to purchase a defibrillator for use by all the people, old and young that use the Rugby Club or are in the area. The Defibrillator is to be located outside the club for 24 hour use. If you are interested in helping out whilst having fun, see this Poster.
      • Grizzly 2014. A group of Hayle Runners travelled to Seaton in Devon to take part in the Grizzly, a popular off road race of approximately 20 miles. For more details see this Press Release.
      • Pilates discount for Hayle Runners. Body Restoration have set up new classes in Hayle and are offering Hayle Runners 10% off any services, except drop in classes with voucher code is HR10. Their website is if you are interested.
      • Cornish Grand Prix and Multi Terrain Series for 2014 announced. See the 2014 GP Race Series, the 2014 MTRS Series and 2014 Races.
      • Why not start running in the New Year? Join Hayle Runners as a beginner – more details here – January Run Cornwall.
      • Hayle Runners AGM. The AGM was held on Tuesday 13 August at Hayle Rugby Club – the agenda included reports and election of the committee. Please see the 2013 Presidents Report.
      • Coastal Quest 630. In March next year a Cornish man, now living in Canada, called Martin Parnell, is intending to run the 630 miles of coastal footpath from Minehead to Pool. This is Martin’s Schedule. He has done other ‘Quests’ in the past, including running 250 Marathons in 1 year & running up Mt Kilinmanjaro!! In aid of the charity Right to Play. We are looking for local runners to accompany him every day, on his run in Cornwall. As you can see his pace is not fast. Runners who join him for a day will be transported back to their starting point at the end of the day. Anyone interested in running any part of the Cornish Coastal path with him, can contact Caroline on 01326 574184 or email at Hayle Runners are invited to the St Ives Rotary Club Annual Dinner and Dance at which Martin will be speaking. This is on the 14th March at the Carbis Bay Hotel. More Details here.
      • Parkrun. Cornwall Sports Partnership through Run Cornwall are in the process of setting up a non competitive weekly timed run to enable runners to see how they are progressing and also to set themselves targets to aim to improve on. More Details on the project.
      • ‘Give Running a Go’. Hayle Runners are calling on young people to come and give running a go at Carn Brea Leisure Centre on Thursday evenings at 7pm. Starting on Thursday 25 April Hayle Runners Sportivate Project aims to attract 14-25 year olds to try out running supported by qualified Coaches and Leaders. This is the second time the club has run a course specifically aimed at young people and Scott Abraham the Project Co-ordinator feels it offers a great opportunity for those wanting to give the sport a try. For more details read this Press Release.
      • Support Carn Brea Leisure Centre. Cornwall Council wants to sell off the land currently leased by Carn brea Leisure Trust, move the running track and take part of the proceeds out of this area. This ends any prospect of building a new leisure centre. Local people say that ALL the proceeds should be used to provide a new running track locally (Camborne/Redruth) and a new leisure centre at Carn Brea. There is also a facebook group for the public to show their support for Carn Brea Leisure Centre, help protect our assets and join the cause.
      • Run England. “Run England is the new recreational running programme for newcomers and beginner runners, organised by England Athletics. There are almost 700 affiliated Run England groups around the country and 14,000 members. To join free and get updates on events, beginners groups, leaders courses, clubs and for exclusive Run England discounts, click here
      • Down here on holiday? Visitors, fast or slow, are always welcome to run with us.  Just turn up at about 6.45 at Hayle Rugby Club on a Tues (main club night) or Thurs night or Sunday morning session. Or call us first if you prefer.

Entries for GP races are now being taken online or via our Facebook Entries page. Refunds can be made up to when the entry goes in (normally two weeks before) after that it becomes non refundable unless you or we can find someone to take your place. A plea from our lovely captains. Please please can you get to races where the club has done your entry at least an hour before the start. This is important because it allows Craig, Faye and Rachel time to sort the paperwork (on your behalf), check entries and hand it over before they get ready for the race themselves. Thanks.

      • Falmouth Half Marathon - 13.1 miles - 16th March from Falmouth Town Centre – Entries so far
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