Our latest blog entry has been written by Joy, who is sadly leaving the club after three years to move to Amsterdam! Joy has kindly written about her time with FCRC and the memories she'll be taking with her. Thanks so much for sharing Joy, you'll be missed by everyone at the club and please … Continue reading Why I Loved Running With FCRC
Ahead of FCRC's next #runandtalk night, Trevor - one of our club's Mental Health Ambassadors - has kindly written this blog about how we can help our fellow runners and friends who may be suffering from depression. You can find out more about our #runandtalk nights here and we look forward to seeing you at … Continue reading How Can We Help a Running Friend Who Has Depression?
We're ending 2016 with a race report from Debbie - recalling her experience of the Athens Marathon in November of this year. Thanks for sharing your story Debbie and congratulations on completing one of the world's most legendary races! #unstoppable It was a long journey for me to get to the start line of the Athens … Continue reading Athens Marathon – Debbie’s Race Report
#TeamCrusader Paula is about to complete an absolutely incredible feat - a whole year of running at least 5k every single day! Before her 366th and final run tomorrow, Paula has kindly written about her experience exclusively for the FCRC website. Congratulations Paula and GOOD LUCK for your marathon tomorrow! #unstoppable I love running. There, … Continue reading FCRC Made Me Runstreak for the Whole of 2016!
A huge welcome to the FCRC website for mens' Captain Aaron - this is his first blog post since taking up the role recently and we can't wait to hear more from him over the course of the season. Thanks Aaron! Firstly I have to say a massive thanks to all the Fareham Crusaders for … Continue reading Captains’ Corner – Let’s Get Filthy!
We'd been training for this for what felt like forever. Walking everywhere, buying kit, planning food, checking routes and making notes on elevations. In our heads we knew it would be a challenge but it's a walk right? How hard can it be? It's just ten checkpoints, each with 10km between them, and we've all … Continue reading Trailwalker UK 2016 – Michelle’s Race Report
It all started around Christmas time, when Aaron suggested that we do a variation of the Three Peaks Challenge: doing each as a trail marathon, instead of the usual 24 hours for all three peaks. This seemed like a stupid idea, so naturally I said yes. Suddenly it's the Saturday before the first race, the … Continue reading Scafell Pike Trail Marathon – Matthew’s Race Report
...Onwards and Upwards (again). So I finally got round to seeing a physio to help me sort out my left Achilles and my right calf, and I have to say her advice and treatment seemed like nothing less than a miracle to me. She gave me some exercises to improve my poor stability, which was … Continue reading Captains’ Corner: The Recovery Continues…
It was a blistering hot day for the Alton 10 Mile Road Race earlier this month - and with a healthy dose of hills thrown in too, this was always going to be a mentally tough course for the runners who turned out in force! Our race report this time has kindly been written by … Continue reading Alton 10 Mile 2016 – Joy’s Race Report
There's a great buzz around the club at the minute. We're right in the thick of Spring marathon season and have already had runners take on Paris, Manchester, Brighton & Boston. Well done to all of you who took on those events. On top of all that, we have London this weekend and it's always … Continue reading Captains’ Corner: Marathon Mania