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RRCA Runners Etiquette Brochure

Because Manners Matter

As participation in running continues to grow so does the need to educate everyone why manners matter on the run. The RRCA Runners Etiquette brochure is a full color, glossy four-fold brochure that is great for beginning running programs, marathon training programs, race bag stuffers, and more. The brochure outlines general running etiquette for road and trail running, the race start and on-course etiquette, aid station etiquette, and awards ceremony etiquette.

The brochure is sold in lots of 100 or more for a modest fee of $30 per 100 brochures. Order your copies from the RRCA publication store today!

Kids Run the Nation Program Guide and Kids Booklets.

Visit our Kids Run the Nation page to learn more about the program and to purchase program materials or simply visit the RRCA publication store.

RRCA Partners’ Publication Spotlight

The RRCA works closely with Road Race Management and the Running Network to keep the running community informed about all aspects of running.

Organizing Running Events: The Complete Guide to Staging a Successful Road Race

While the RRCA has long standing guidelines for conducting a safe road race, race directors are encouraged to purchase Road Race Management’s comprehensive book, Organizing Running Events: The Complete Guide to Staging a Successful Road Race by Phil Stewart.

The Road Race Management Guide to Greener Running Events - 2nd Edition

More and more races are striving to adopt green practices in an effort to become more environmentally friendly. Are you looking for ways to “green” your event, but don’t really know how to get started? If so, this handy booklet is for you!

The thoroughly revised and updated second edition chronicles many of the good ideas and good work being done to make running events more environmentally responsible.

Buy your copy of The Road Race Management Guide to Greener Running Events by Keith Peters.

Running Network Publications

The Running Network is the official media partner with the RRCA. The Running Network produces Club Running on behalf of the RRCA along with 24 of the finest regional and national specialty running and multisport magazines. Together, the Running Network partner publications boast over 700,000 readers and nearly 2 million unique website visitors per month.

The mission of the Running Network LLC is to support its partner publications through advertising sales and the sponsorship of national running events. The Running Network partners foster a strong community among their readerships by providing grassroots, regional and current information on running and multisports. The Running Network, LLC is committed to promoting the sports covered by the partner publications, thus enhancing the active lifestyle of the readership, also supporting local specialty and national retailers.

We invite you to also visit our partner’s publications to learn more about regional activities covered by these publications.

American Track & Field : Athlete’s Only : Athletics : Austin Runner : California Track & Running News : Club Running : Coaching Athletics Quarterly : Colorado Runner : Get Active! : Latinos Corriendo : Long Island Footnotes : Michigan Runner : Missouri Runner & Triathlete : New York Runner : Racing South : Runminnesota : Running Journal: Runohio : Track & Field News : Usatf’s Fast Forward : Usatf’s Exchange Zone : The Winged Foot : The Winged M : Youth Runner

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