Reading 21 Half Marathon Training Programme
Reading 21 is a comprehensive half marathon training programme, which prepares participants for Reading Half Marathon on 2 April 2023. The programme consists of:
Training plans designed for different levels of runners
Online workshops to explain half marathon strategy
Weekly running practices (in collaboration with “Reading HK Runners”)
Yoga classes designed for runners
Reading 21 is offered for up to 50 participants free of charge, as kindly sponsored by the Reading Borough Council. Runners of all levels, regardless of their enrollment in the Reading Half Marathon, are welcome to join. Priority will be given to new immigrants including Hong Kongers. Through the programme, we hope to empower participants to participate and complete a half marathon, enhance physical and mental wellbeing, and make new friends in the community.
Reading 21’s head coach Harry Loasby was a former member of the Hong Kong national team, the current Hong Kong national record holder of 3000m. Harry founded his running club BuffCo and dedicated in training runners from all walks of lives.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Chi Fung Ng (Michael)
- Contact Position
- Director of External Affairs
- 07750042812 07750042812
- Reading 21 registration page
- Scan to visit this website
Where to go
- Green Park Multi Sports Court
- RG2 0FN
Directions to RG2 0FN
Time / Date Details
- When is it on
- Running Practices on Sundays from 22 January to 26 March 2023
- Time of day
- Session Information
Please refer to our website (www.harboursc.co.uk)
- Referral required
- Referral Details
Runners of all levels are welcome.
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