Our aim is to enable members of all abilities to enjoy and improve their running.
We are affiliated to UK Athletics and have qualified running coaches and leaders.
STARC'ers consist of like minded social runners getting together on a regular basis in order to enjoy each other's company while improving their fitness.
St Austell Running Club promotes and expects a non-judgmental and supportive attitude from participants. If you’re interested in joining or would like to learn more, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.
What We’re All About
New to Running?
Drop us a message on Facebook or send us an email, we are sure we can help.
You can also visit the 'Getting Started' page for more information.
Why Join St Austell Running Club?
Run/Walk Group structured sessions, aimed at beginners to build confidence, strength and stamina prior to moving on to the club nights.
TUESDAYS & THURSDAYS
All Groups, different paces structured sessions or straight run from St Austell Rugby Club
Even if you have no event booked in, there is always someone looking for company for a weekend social run, drop a message on FaceBook.
for a 6.30
There are numerous benefits of being a member of STARC:
Advice from experienced runners
Chance of London Marathon Entry
Friendly network to encourage and motivate
Running with like-minded people
Running with qualified leaders and coaches
Structured training sessions
Subsidised England Athletics (EA) Licence
Your Journey Starts Here
St Austell Running Club (STARC) was formed in October 2007 to serve St Austell and the surrounding area and is still actively recruiting members.
All levels of ability are welcomed, and a weekly training schedule is established to cater for experienced runners and newcomers/ beginners. Each weekly training session is part of a structured plan geared towards certain races and can be as intense as the individual wishes to make it.
10 year Anniversary
Note: If entering races outside of the Cornish GP & MTRS Series, it is important that these events have had suitable risk assessments, management plans, marshal plans and traffic management plans done and the local authority and highways etc. have all been notified, first aid cover is provided, and the licence provides Third Party insurance cover.
It is the individual runner’s responsible to ensure that suitable provision has taken place and you are happy to undertake the event.