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CVRR Tuesday Session for May 23rd, 2017

CVRR Tuesday Session for May 23rd, 2017 Hello CVRR runners and hope everyone is doing well! This week we will be back on the track again focusing on aerobic power. Again, the pace for these efforts is hard (3-5k race pace) while always focusing on running tall and staying relaxed. Session Focus: V02 Max intervals to boost aerobic power • Warm-up run of 10-20 minutes • Dynamics at 5:10 PM (stretching, drills and strides) • Workout: 4-6 x 800 metres at I pace off 3 minutes recovery • Cooldown run of 10-20 minutes Looking forward to seeing you at the track next Tuesday! Coach Neil

Group Runs

The CVRR promotes and encourages group runs and welcomes runners to join us. Contact the person before coming out to confirm details.   If you wish to lead a run please contact events@cvrr.ca and we can add your run to the list.

Please be advised that these are informal runs and you run at your own risk.  

These are not CVRR sanctioned runs. 


Junior Runners Are Having a Blast Again This Year at RUN4FUN

The 11th edition of The Comox Valley Road Runners’ 8 week Run4Fun program began April 5th and this year’s edition is welcoming 34 eager young runners. Even though the weather has been very wet so far, this years’ runners have been having a lot of fun making tracks in the mud!


This year we are pleased to offer HALF MARATHON TRAINING PLANS for both beginners wanting to get to the finish line safely and for experienced runners looking for a PB. 

These programs have been developed by Carolyn Coffin, an elite runner, coach and owner of Eat Real Food Academy. The Half Marathon is not far away. Register and start your training now at www.cvrr.ca/cv-half-marathon.

The Cumby #2

The Cumby Trail Race is in its second year following a successful inaugural race in May 2016. With enthusiasm and interest expressed from many racers on Vancouver Island and beyond, the Comox Valley Road Runners are set to host an Ultra – 50 km race in addition to the original 23 km race in the Cumberland Hills on May 13, 2017. We anticipate sold out registration capping at 400 runners.

Announcement of New CVRR Coach

It is with great pleasure I announce our new CVRR coach, Neil Holm.  Neil has a tremendous passion for training as those who have attended the pool running workouts will attest.  Neil has agreed to start coaching Sept. 13. 

We are very grateful for Darren Skuja services this past year and in previous years.  We wish him well in his upcoming adventures.  


Riding the excitement of the Rio Olympics, a group of Comox Valley Road Runners had excellent results while competing at the Americas Masters Games held in Vancouver August 27-September 3. The Games gathered more than 5000 of the best masters athletes in the world to compete in a number of events. The local Road Runners contested  the full spectrum of running events with distances ranging anywhere from 100 meters to a half marathon   of 21.1 km.

CVRR Member Made Videos

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