NEXT CLUB RACE FESTIVE 4 ...DEC 2022

POWER 5K.....FAST FLAT REGULAR 

RACE SERIES NEXT EVENT 13TH MAY 

 

 

 

 

Do not attend training if your showing any symptoms of covid 19 or have had a recent positive test result. 

 

 

 

 New Membership rates now available for 2022 - 2023

 

 

 

NEWS FLASH

Please don't forget - if you race for the club send in your race reports and photos for the web-site

 

Thank you

charlie

 

Road Runners Training

Tue May 24 @ 6:50PM -
1 min reps
Thu May 26 @ 6:50PM -
Hills
Tue May 31 @ 6:50PM -
30 sec reps
Thu Jun 02 @ 6:50PM -
Out and Back

Upcoming Races

Fri Jul 01 @ 7:00PM -
Power of 5K
Sat Jul 09 @12:00AM
FESTIVAL OF RUNNING 10K
Sat Sep 03 @11:00AM -
KESWICK 10K
Sun Oct 23 @11:00PM -
Green Drive 5
Sun Nov 13 @11:00AM -
Windmill 10k
Mon Apr 10 @11:00AM -
Three Bridges 10K

News (29)

 

The recipients of the inaugural Arnold Bibby Award for 2021 were presented with shields on Tuesday 8th February at the Arnold Bibby clubhouse

 

Last Wednesday the 29th saw the 21st running of the Festive 4k fun run held at Salt Ayre .

The 2022 Senior Championship races have now been decided and are as follows

University of Cumbria Students are offering sports clinic to members of Lancaster & Morecambe AC

Arnold Bibby was a founder member of Lancaster & Morecambe AC – who sadly passed away in 2019.

Following the easing of lockdown we hope to offer and shorter than usual club championship series.

Sunday 4th October 2020, London Marathon day, Lancaster & Morecambe AC junior endurance athletes ran the well know London Mini Marathon whilst  our marathon runners were running the gruelling 26.2 miles.

 

This is a the second 4 week programme for 5k distances.

This is a very simple 4 week programme for 5K distances you can do yourself while no club training sessions

This page is dedicated to the members of Lancaster & Morecambe AC who are self employed

 

The club has learned of the sad death of of one of our members, Graham Lawton, at the age of 43.

Five years ago I said I don’t do running, I don’t get it, it’s daft.

 

A pleasant, slightly cloudy morning greeted runners at the Lancaster & Morecambe Athletic Club’s annual Festive 4k Fun Run on the morning of Friday December 27th.  This was a special year, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the run.  Over 350 entrants turned up to run off excess Christmas pudding and turkey! – nearly as many as last year.. 

 

It is with great sadness that the club announces the death of its oldest member, Arnold Bibby.

 

We are pleased to announce the Lancaster & Morecambe Athletic club 2020 senior championship races

 

The England Athletics Hall of Fame honours those people who have made outstanding contributions to athletics and running.

On Saturday 26th January 32 of the seniors from LMAC got together for a meal at Molly’s in Lancaster which also included a “Chairpersons Award presentation” for the road runner of the year.

Lancaster & Morecambe Athletes headed off to the Lancashire Country Cross Country Championships this weekend, it was a dry day and the ground was firm ensuring a fast course.

Exciting new kits supplier

This weekend saw the second Mid Lancs Cross Country fixture for Lancaster & Morecambe Athletes

A wet and windy Ulverston was the venue for the first Mid Lancs cross country of the season.

Committed and dedicated are the words most used to describe Lancaster & Morecambe AC’s longest serving coach.

Ulverston was the fixture for the final Mid Lancs cross country,

For evergreen Evelyn Elkington now in her 82nd year and nearing completion of 34 years as a runner primarily a road runner,

On Wednesday 27th December a record field of over 400 runners took part in the annual Festive 4k Fun Run organised by Lancaster & Morecambe Athletic Club

 

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Lancaster & Morecambe Athletics Club has now become a learning destination for Childrens University

The urge to push ourselves, whether its physically, mentally or emotionally, is something many of us share.

As we’re sure you know our Andrew Shanley is taking on the Brathay 10 in 10 challenge. That is running the course of the Windermere Brathay Marathon 10 times – in 10 days to raise funds for the trust which works with disadvantaged and vulnerable children.