Group Runs

Some training runs listed are not sponsored by or affiliated with Daytona Beachcombers Running club. They may not be conducted within RRCA guidelines.  Daytona Beachcombers Running Club assumes no responsibility for incidents relative to their conduct. They are listed for information only, and should be called for up-to-date information.

Sunday 6:30 am Corner of Halifax & Riverview Ave, 747 N. Halifax, Daytona Beachside. Contact Sharon Lay, slay1961@outlook.com.  This is a faster paced group.

Monday - 9:30 - 11:00 am  Flagler Beach Yoga.  Mixed Level class.  Beginners thru advanced.  Flagler School of Dane, 204 Moody Blvd, downtown Flagler Beach.  Contact Dawn Lisenby @ 386-986-8572 or 1yogagirl@bellsouth.net for more information.

Wednesday 6:30 pm meet, 7:00 pm start.  Hashing.  Hotline 322-2699 for various starting locations in Volusia County or visit http://www.dbh3.us.  Cross Country Fun Runs.

Saturday • Port Orange Area •  7:00 am • For runs longer than 8 miles, meet at Port Orange Y.  For location and times contact Pam or Stu Sardeson, 410-375-7735.

 

Deland Running Group

All Different paces, distances

 6:00 am.  Meet at Boston Coffee Shop parking lot, 109 E. New York Ave., Deland.  Easy run.  Usually 4-7 miles

Tuesday - 5:30 am Hill Run.  Meet behind Wasabi Restaurant on Country Club Drive. Deland.  Very Hilly.  9 Miles

Saturday • Long Run.  There is a 5:00 am group and a 6:30 am group.

Contacts:

Betty English 386-717-7065, booper262@yahoo.com  

Belinda Huttmann 386-804-5752, faceitskinspa@aol.com

 

Daytona Beach Hash House Harriers (DBH3) has a hare and hounds game every Wednesday where a trail is laid by a hare with flour or TP. The hare is given a 10 minute head start. The trail will have some false trails to trick the hounds (runners and walkers) so the hare can avoid being caught. The trail is such that you do not know where you are going and the pack works together and pretty much stays together to find the end where there is much rejoicing.

Warning: First timers don’t wear your best shoes and you don’t have to train for this  Water is  available. Trails are 3 to 4 miles in length and may have a mid point refreshment stop.

 

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