Connecticut Running Clubs and
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Central Connecticut Jaguars Track Club
This 501(c)3 organization was established in 2009 by coaches,
volunteers and parents for the Bloomfield, Connecticut community and
surrounding towns.  Its mission is to encourage physical fitness and fun
learning experiences for youth 5 to 18 years old by providing
opportunities for athletic competition, self-enhancement of
sportsmanship and lifelong development of leadership skills.

Danbury Youth Track and Field
In 2013 Gail Hill Williams and Greg Williams founded the Danbury Youth
Track and Field Associates Danbury FLYERS Middle School Track and
Field program, to have a summer travel program where the athletes
could further learn, grow and compete in track on a National Level.    
With the support of the Danbury High School coach Rob Murray, the
DYTFA Track and Field Program was born. It offers year round
programs consisting of XC, Indoor, Spring and Summer Track and Field
programs.  It welcomes 4th-8th Grader boys and girls.

Infinite Traxx Relay Athletics
Launched on August 14, 1992, the Infinite Traxx Relay Athletics track
camp is designed for athletes men, women, both young and old,
learning core concepts of team and individual running, these skills
learned helps in the technical efficiency of every athlete basic to

Manchester Running Company's Running Club
This club strives to be the best running club in the area.  Not the most
competitive, it is not trying to make Olympians out of everyone.  If your
goal is to be highly competitive, great, this club can help you with that
but the goal is to develop a community of runners.  Everyone has
different goals, some of us are in it just to meet new running friends,
some are looking for training partners, some are new to the area and
just looking for a social pipeline.  This club aims to provide all of these

Mohegan Striders
This club is over 30 years old. It has over 300 members and can
proudly proclaim that its Mens Open Racing Team is once again leading
the CT USATF competition. It is the winningest club in the CT USATF
Grand Prix over the last twenty-five years. Despite successes in the
various USATF age groups, the club prides itself on having the most
social, the most fun, club in the state. Speed is not the backbone of this
club – camaraderie is. It is composed of runners of all shapes, sizes and
abilities. The red and white uniforms dominate Southeastern CT running
events and are notable in road races throughout the state and beyond.

New Canaan Blazers sponsored by New Balance New Canaan
The New Canaan Running Team is a community running club and
competitive team for youth boys and girls ages 9-14 in and around New
Canaan, CT. The club is supported by an Advisory Board that includes
a group of passionate coaches, educators and parents, all of whom are
current and/or former competitive runners.

New Haven Road Runners (NHRR)
A non-profit club committed to promoting running and racing by helping
individuals achieve their running potential in a supportive team
environment. NHRR hosts several weekly runs of varying levels and
provides forums for communication between local runners and hosts
monthly (at least) social events throughout the year.  For runners
interested in training with or getting to know NHRR, participation in
workouts, social events, and forums is open to all.

Nutmeg Youth Triathlon Team (NYTT)
NYTT strives to instill lifelong values in its youth members through the
sport of triathlon.  By working with the coaches and their teammates in a
safe and friendly environment, members will experience the joy of
working hard to accomplish a goal.  They will also learn healthy exercise
habits to develop their talents as triathletes and enable them to
compete at any level of the sport.  In addition to the triathlon team,
there is a large youth running team focused on elementary and middle
school aged kids.  Teams compete in USATF track meets, USATF XC
meets and the CT Middle School XC Championships.

Quiet Corner Running Club (QCRC)
Headquartered in Pomfret CT, QCRC was founded in 2011 to
encourage area runners to join up for weekly runs (jogs or trots), find
running/training partners, and to share their love of running.   QCRC
hopes to connect runners of all ages and abilities.  Whether you’re just
starting out and haven’t even run a mile or if you’re an experienced
runner training for yet another marathon, QCRC is a place for you.

Stamford Road Runners Club
This club aims to provide runners and walkers of all ages and abilities
with opportunities to lead an active, healthy lifestyle.  It has group runs,
social events, and educational programming for its members.

Team Mossman Triathlon Club
Team Mossman Triathlon Club serves multisport athletes of all ages
and abilities in and around Connecticut, enabling them to achieve their
athletic goals in a stimulating, supportive and social environment.

Girls on the Run Rhode Island
We inspire girls to be joyful, healthy and confident using a fun,
experience-based curriculum that creatively integrates running.   We
envision a world where every girl knows and activates her limitless
potential and is free to boldly pursue her dreams.

Rhode Island Runners
This mixed gender club of 200+ members caters to all ages, shapes,
sizes, and skill levels. It has a growing number of recreational and race
walkers in its ranks. The club is very active, with weekly training runs
throughout the state, sponsored races, two giant parties each year, a
Grand Prix series, and a bunch of awards for which to compete.  
Meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month at 7:30 at
Sons of Italy/Spirito’s Restaurant.

The Ronald McDonald House Running Club of Providence
This club is designed for runners and walkers of all abilities. As a
member, you’ll receive top-notch coaching, a highly enjoyable social
atmosphere, a gang to cheer you on, all while your membership assists
the Ronald McDonald House of Providence, which helps families during
times of a child’s medical crisis.

USA Fit Providence
A Providence-based marathon and half marathon training group
program.  Over 26 weeks, through safe and steady coaching, members
progress from little or no running base to race condition.  Members
follow a training schedule during the week.  On weekends, the entire
group meets for ability-based long runs.  Members receive educational
seminars on running-specific topics that round out their training with
essential practical and strategic information.
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