- Last Updated: 24 February 2014
Being a member of the SA Road Runners entitles you to a number of benefits.
Run For Your LIfe (R4YL) magazine subscription
As from 6 December, we are offering a subscription to R4YL magazine, which is published bi-monthly. Members who renew from this date will receive the magazine for the duration of their membership.
Marathon Mentor Program
The marathon mentor program kicked off January 2014, specially designed for runners with dreams of completing a marathon this year. By signing up, you'll receive all the advice, support and training tips you need to meet your goal, under the close supervision of Club Coach Chris Taylor. More details here.
SARRC membership is for a term of 12 months from the day of joining
Club Group Runs
The club runs six days a week from 8 locations around the metropolitan area. Membership entitles you to join in with as many of these running groups as like free of charge as well as using any facilities that are available at the location.
Reduced SARRC Events fees
Members receive reduced entry fees to SARRC run events.
If you are a regular runner or walker - or intend to be - you may get your membership fees back just from this alone!
Start Running classes
If you're starting out or need some encouragement to get going after a break you may wish to try our Start Running classes. For more information click here
SARRC sells a variety of merchandise and running gear through the club. Being a SARRC member entitles you to a reduced price on these goods.
Training Sessions and Information Evenings.
SARRC organises a number of special training sessions and information evenings aimed at providing its members with up to date and relevant information to help its members get the most out of their running.
An email newsletter, e-SARRC is also sent out regularly to keep members fully informed of upcoming events and the activities of the club and its members.
The SARRC calendar includes a number of social events from breakfasts to dinners to encourage social interaction between the membership.
Above and beyond all of these benefits is the camaraderie and companionship of running or walking with people of similar abilities and inclination, whether that be on a purely fun basis or driving towards some long term personal goal.
If you want to become a SARRC member, join online now or download the Membership Form and post or drop into the SARRC Office.