The Ronald McDonald House of Providence Running Club

We welcome runners and walkers of all abilities! Become a member to receive top-notch coaching, a great social atmosphere, and a gang to cheer you on—all while supporting the Ronald McDonald House, which provides care for families when their child has a medical crisis.

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Starting Monday, July 15, 2024:

Monday morning, Wednesday morning, and Thursday evening practices will be held at the Brown University Stadium Track on Elmgrove Avenue.  
The entrance to the Stadium on Sessions Street will be unlocked at 5:30 AM on Monday and Wednesday and 5:45 PM on Thursday.
A port-a-john will be available.

Saturday July 13, 2024: 7:30 AM
Group run. Meet at the Hope St. end of Blackstone Blvd...

Monday, July 15, 2024:
Warmup at 5:30am, practice starts 6:00am
500 x 7

Wednesday July 17, 2024: Warmup at 5:30am, practice starts 6:00am
Thursday July 18, 2024: 5:45pm-7:15pm
1200-400/ 800-800/ 800-400-400/ optional mile

Saturday, July 20, 2024 7:30 AM
Group run. Meet at the Hope St. end of Blackstone Blvd...

Monday, July 22, 2024:
Warmup at 5:30am, practice starts 6:00am
400-500 x 4

Tempo Tuesday July 23, 2024: 6:00 AM
(2nd and 4th Tuesdays of the month)
Meet and ready to run at 6am in front of the Brown Stadium on Elmgrove Ave.

Wednesday July 24, 2024: Warmup at 5:30am, practice starts 6:00am
Thursday July 25, 2024: 5:45pm-7:15pm
2x800 / mile / 2x800 / optional mile

Saturday July 13, 2024: 7:30 AM
Group run. Meet at the Hope St. end of Blackstone Blvd...


Running Schedule

We offer early morning track workouts, a weekly tempo run, and a Saturday group run.

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