Frisco Running Club is a group for North Texas ( Frisco Area ) runners.


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Safety of our runners is the most important aspect for us. For this reason we have decided to make the first 6 weeks "virtual". We will plan the details around this the next few days. In general, we follow the guidelines for Open Frisco, Open Texas , and guidelines from the Governor,'s Strike Force . While the guidelines are not clear about clubs like FRC, there is a section about Exercise-Facilities. This includes outdoor activities All coaches and pacers are trained on appropriate cleaning and disinfection, hand hygiene, and respiratory etiquette.Anyone with symptoms will be sent home, and will not return until standard criteria are met (see below)The pacing groups will have a maximum of 10 peopleAt least 10 feet of separation between runnersNo sharing of liquid or food/gels, etc. You will need to bring your own water. No water will be provided by FRC.The running store will not be opened for runners outside of normal operating hours.While not mandatory, FRC supports the usage of masks. Guidelines for "return to run" In the case of a coach, pacer or participant who was diagnosed with COVID-19, the individualmay return to club runs when all three of the following criteria are met: at least 14

In this YouTube video, Hamlin waxes poetic (ok, that's a bit generous) on the history of the Frisco Running Club and gives a sneak peek to the upcoming fall training. Check it out! Reach out if you have any questions .

Our FRC group runs will now be “virtual runs” due to the new aggressive COVID-19 restrictions. NO SOCIAL RUNS, NO TRACK, and NO LONG RUNS as a GROUP UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. Please post your “virtual runs” to the FRC group page on Facebook to help encourage others to keep up their training and stay positive during this unprecedented time. You can also join our FRC Strava Group to share in the fun. We must all do our part to help flatten the curve and protect our community. Please continue social distancing and be aware of the COVID-19 symptoms and what to do if you or someone you know have symptoms.