Get Ready To Run 13.1!
UConn Recreation is bringing back the “Road Dogs” training group to prepare for the fourth annual Middletown Half Marathon on April 9, 2017.
Road Dogs is a 10-week training program that will get you ready to meet your race day goals. Whether you are new to running and looking to tackle your first half marathon or you are a seasoned runner, our group will offer something to benefit all levels and abilities. Fun, camaraderie, and motivation will always be our focus.
Students, Staff, Faculty, Alumni, & Community are all welcome to participate!
It goes without saying that the first step in accomplishing your goal is commitment. To sign up with the Road Dogs training team, you must register by February 24, 2017.
- Cost: $75 Students & SRF Members | $99 Non-Members
- Once registered you will be granted access to our online Road Dogs Group on Meetup.com, a social media platform. On the site, we provide a guided training schedule, running and training info. It also creates a fun and social way to connect with your team of fellow Road Dogs. Most importantly, this is where we will organize our group runs and sponsored social events.
In typical Road Dogs style we will have goodies and incentives for everyone participating and completing their miles over the course of training.
Here’s What You Get:
- Admission to the Middletown Half Marathon on April 9th, including a free meal and other give-aways.
- Nine long-run Saturdays hosted on campus at the UConn Student Recreation Facility - SRF. Every Saturday meeting will include snacks, drinks, monitored area for personal belongings, and great campus running routes.
- Regular midweek group runs hosted at various times on campus
- Cross-training classes hosted at BodyWise
- Official Middletown Half-Marathon Event T-Shirt
- Official Road Dogs Dri-Fit long sleeve training shirt
- Official Road Dogs drawstring bag
- Road Dogs Water Bottle
- Post-race celebration with fellow Road Dogs!
We look forward to meeting you and working together towards race day!
For information on the Road Dogs ultimate goal visit: