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The San Francisco Road Runners Club™ (SFRRC) is a nonprofit, volunteer-based running club open to anyone with an interest in a healthy lifestyle and the benefits of regular exercise.
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There are plenty of running groups in San Francisco. It is a great way to meet new people who share a common interest with you: running. Most of these groups cater to all levels, so don't feel like you need to be a great runner just to join.
Below are some of the running clubs in the city of San Francisco:
Running in a club can also be a great oppportunity to meet other single people who live in your area and share your passion for fitness and exercise!
Founding chapter of the world's gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, and straight running organization. Membership in San Francisco FrontRunners is open to anyone who wishes to join, regardless of race, religion, ethnic background, age, handicap, sex, or sexual orientation.
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The Golden Gate Running Club is a group of runners from San Francisco with a whole host of running abilities.
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Low-key laid-back outfit in San Francisco, yet members still participate in tough running challenges.
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The K-Stars runners have the best San Francisco group runs on Saturdays in Golden Gate Park. Perfect for marathon training or just longer social runs.
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San Francisco running clubs
The EBRC is a group of runners who run road + trail in beautifully scenic locations in the East Bay. Runs are on Saturday morning at 8AM sharp followed by a customary brunch thereafter. The club is divided into four pace groups (from sub 9 to 11 + min mile) and programs are modified to fit the runners present.
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The San Francisco Track & Field Club seeks to dignify and promote gay and lesbian athletes and athletics and to be inclusive of all ages (Open, Masters and Seniors), all genders, all races and all abilities. They are one of the most active track clubs in San Francisco and regularly meet for team practices. They also host an annual track and field meet every summer. They have been serving the community for over 30 years and received a Proclamation from Mayor Ed Lee for outstanding service to the community.