2018 Spring 10K Training

March 27, 2018 - June 17, 2018

We are looking forward to another successful season of running with an enthusiastic group of athletes who want to improve their fitness or simply reach a new goal. The Annapolis Striders extended its training program to include a 10K Group 15 years ago and since expanded that to 10K programs in both the spring and fall.

Anne Knab took over the Fall 10K class last year and is excited to be back for the Spring class. She’ll be joined by Amy Andrews, who also helped with the fall class, as well as Coach Rick Aulbach. We will also have support from a number of veteran runners who will mentor you and your fellow runners, help the coaches out with logistics, or simply join us for an evening or Saturday AM run. While coaches will do our best to address your individual training needs and to help you excel if that is a goal, our focus is to educate, train, and prepare the group for the Dawson’s Father’s Day 10K Run.

The 10K class is usually comprised of runners who recently completed a Couch-to-5k program; runners who routinely run 2-3 miles for general fitness but want to increase their distance to the 10K mark once or twice a year; runners looking for a stepping stone program to a Half Marathon; youth participating in track and field or cross country at their school; and occasionally a runner or two who simply want to improve their speed.

Registration

Registration Link

Coaches

  • Anne Knab
  • Amy Andrews
  • Rick Aulbach
Email the coaches:
Spring10KTraining@annapolisstriders.org 
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Meet the Coaches Night!
March 8, 2018 at 5:00 pm
Chevys Annapolis
220 Harker Pl, Ste 145
Annapolis, MD 21401 United States

Training Information

Sessions and Locations

Tuesdays 6pm
Arnold Station (B&A MP 1)
1450 Ritchie Highway
Arnold, MD 21012 United States

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Thursdays 6pm
Arnold Station (B&A MP 1)
1450 Ritchie Highway
Arnold, MD 21012 United States

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Saturdays 7am
Arnold Station (B&A MP 1)
1450 Ritchie Highway
Arnold, MD 21012 United States

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