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Update- Tuesday 24th January 2023 Marshals are required for our Resolution Run this Sunday please. If you are unable to run or have friends or loved ones willing to give up their time, marshal briefing will be 10.30am in the old food hall foyer. No previous marshaling experience necessary. ALSO if you are a club member and coming along to run, marshal or spectate … please bring a cake. Thank you.

Update – Monday 16th January 2023 Tomorrow sees our monthly expedition to Brecon to use the Athletics Track (Dear Council, if you read this, please could we have one in Builth). We will be there at 6.30pm, led by coach Bob Smith. Wednesday (18th) is our club Open Evening. Bring a friend, introduce them to our Social Secretary Adam Johnson and he will put you in a draw to win a club t-shirt, vest or polo shirt. You can see our range of club kit here. Club run will be followed by tea and cake in the Cricket Club.

UpdateTuesday 10th January 2023 This Sunday, 15th January, sees race number 4 of the Herefordshire Cross Country league. This time the race is held by Croft Ambrey and the venue is Croft Castle. Be great to have as many of our runners there as possible. Full details can be found here.

Update – Saturday 7th January 2023 Tomorrow morning (Sunday 8th January) our Chairman is leading a 7 mile run. Meeting at the Bull near the Groe at 10am. “7 mile trail run 10am from the bull for those that fancy hills, mud and the odd ๐Ÿ‘, grippy daps, coats and climbing rope is a must” Christian Prynne

Update – Sunday 1st January 2023 Happy New Year to all from Builth and District Running Club. Entries are now open for our Resolution Run on January 29th. You can enter here. Please come and support our event, entries are only ยฃ5 for affiliated members.

Update – Tuesday 20th December We are hosting our latest BaDRC club members Handicapped 5k Race on Thursday 22nd December at 6.30pm. We will meet at the Parkrun start line at 6.30pm and all complete a warm up lap together. Then each runner will be given a start time to complete their mile, based on their ‘seasons best’ 5k time or a previous 1 mile or 5k challenge event. We will then all debrief on a further 1 mile cool down lap. This event is fun and open to all, regardless of ability. Previous winners of our Handicapped 5ks are Steven Evans ๐Ÿ† and Noreen O’Connor ๐Ÿ†

Update – Monday 12th December We are hosting Race 3 at Fforest fields this Sunday 18th Dec. Details:๐Ÿ’›Junior races (U11s, U13s and 15s) start at 9.30am. ๐Ÿ–คSenior race (including U17s) starts at 11am. ๐Ÿ’› PARKING will be on the lower track in the big camping field. Access via the tarmac reception road.๐Ÿ–ค MARSHALLS and HELPERS please ๐Ÿ™ Many thanks to those who’ve volunteered already without you there would be no race.๐Ÿ’› Club vest MUST be worn. It’s going to be cold so base layers could be essential!๐Ÿ–ค MINCE PIES and CAKE please! Can we have donations to help feed the five thousand please. Thanks ๐Ÿ™๐Ÿ’› Jo will have the race numbers for those that haven’t collected theirs yet.๐Ÿ–คRemember to KEEP your race numbers. One number for all league races.๐Ÿ’›U17s can you put a red J on your number please. You have 2 laps of the course to do.๐Ÿ–คEnjoy!!! ๐Ÿ˜€Let’s make this a great race. ๐Ÿ’ช๐Ÿ˜€๐Ÿ’ช.

Update – Thursday 8th December This Saturday’s Parkrun on the Groe, at 9am, it is requested from the committee that all club members please wear club kit whether you are running or supporting please. Our full range of club kit can be seen here.

Update – Tuesday December 6th On Sunday December 11th we are running our annual Mulled Wine Run. It involves a 5 ish mile road run around Hundred House with Mulled Wine pit stops and a celebratory Mulled Wine at the finish. We are meeting at 10.30am at Gareth Morris’ estate in Hundred House, Post Code is LD1 5RW. All members are very much welcome.

Update – Sunday December 4th Draw for the club’s London Marathon place will be taking place in Wetherspoons on Tuesday December 6th after our Brecon track session. The draw will be made by our Chairman Mr Christian Prynne.
All welcome of course but you don’t need to be at ‘Spoons’ to be in the draw.

What you do need โ€ฆ 1) Send us your rejection email from the London Marathon ballet by Monday evening. 2) Be an active member of the club. 3) Been a club member since April 1st. 4) You haven’t won the club ballet ‘recently’. 5) You are unable to defer so it is a 2023 place. Please don’t enter if you can’t run this April as the club will lose its place.

Update – Thursday November 24th On Friday December 2nd at 7.30pm we have an evening with Graham Bell, a Sports Biomechanical Specialist who owns Cardiff Gait in Cardiff.


Graham will deliver a presentation on Running Gait Analysis of the Whole Body, The Importance of Running Styles and Tips to Prevent Injuries, followed by a Q&A. He was Guest Speaker at our Club Dinner two years ago and everyone who attended was captivated. He truly is an expert in his field.


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Tickets are ยฃ2 each (free to Builth and District Club members who bring cake) to cover costs and we will provide tea, coffee and cake post event with an opportunity for a one to one Q and A with Graham also.

Here is a promotional video from Graham Bell, owner of Cardiff Gait.
Please give up 2 minutes of your time to watch.

The Blurb
Graham Bell is a biomechanical specialist who will take us through whole body gait analysis. He has a unique skill set of biomechanics and strength and conditioning, with a Masters in Sport and Exercise Science focusing on biomechanics and a qualified strength and conditioning coach. He has over 10 years of experience working with running and walking gaits. Alongside this, he has years of experience working with elite international athletes and has worked with Olympic, World, European, and Commonwealth athletes from multiple sports.

He uses his combined knowledge in biomechanics, sport science, strength and conditioning, and sports massage to provide a complete and holistic approach to improve clientโ€™s performance and reduce injury risk. โ€‹โ€‹

Graham is also a level 4 sport and remedial massage therapist. With his knowledge and expertise from his Masters he provides top quality massage services but also has a thorough understanding of the body so is able to treat even the most complex and complicated issues. He has over 5 yearsโ€™ experience of combining his knowledge of massage and biomechanics to solve and treat running injury puzzles.

Venue – Jubilee Hall, Llanelwedd, Builth Wells at 7.30pm. Postcode LD2 3TY