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Baltimore Area Triathlon Club

Baltimore Area Triathlon Club

The BATC is a sports club for triathletes....both experienced and those who have never attempted the sport but want to try.  They meet monthly at differing locations around the Baltimore Area, so you need to get on their email list to keep current.  In addition to periodic meetings and parties, the club also conducts a number of training rides and runs, and will often meet for an open-water swim followed by a bike ride followed by a run with coaching through the transition phases.
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Baltimore Pacemakers

Baltimore Pacemakers

The Baltimore Pacemakers are led by the energetic Bob Hilson.  The group rotates Saturday long runs throughout the Baltimore Area, but primarily focusing on Johns Hopkins area and city parks as launching spots for Saturday runs.  Wednesday mornings at 5:30 AM will find a hearty group of runners circling the Gilman Track.

Email hilson1111@aol.com for more information.
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Baltimore Road Runners Club

Baltimore Road Runners Club

The Baltimore Road Runners Club is the oldest RRCA running club in Maryland.  They coordinate numerous low-key races with very reasonable entry fees, including a trail running series, summertime track series, and a Grand Prix Road Race series.  Their signature event is the NCR Trail Marathon and Relay held the Saturday after Thanksgiving.
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Federal Hill Runners

The Federal Hill Runners meets every Monday evening in front of Federal Hill Fitness on the south side of Cross Street Market.  Runners of all speeds from five minute milers to fifteen minute milers run through the city streets, and have been known to keep the town up with post-run antics in the ever-lively Fed Hill area.
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Front Runners

The purpose of The Baltimore Front Runners is to encourage and support lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered individuals and their friends who are interested in running and walking activities.  The Front Runners hold regular running/walking activities in and around the Inner Harbor of Baltimore.  The Baltimore FrontRunners/Walkers is affiliated with the International Frontrunners.
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Hash House Harriers

Hash House Harriers

The Baltimore Annapolis Hash House Harriers hash every Sunday at 3:00pm somewhere in the Baltimore Annapolis area.

- Do you like beer?   Do you like the outdoors? Do you like to run?  If you answered "Yes" to 2 out of 3 of these questions then hashing could be for you.  If you are between 21 and 121 years old, come join the Hash House Harriers!  See the website for more information.
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Howard County Striders

Howard County Striders

The Howard County Striders are an incorporated non-profit organization dedicated to promoting lifetime fitness through running, based in central Maryland.

They sponsor or support many types of activities, including high quality race events, group runs, low-key weekly races, and a robust complement of training programs for both adults and youth, from beginners on up, to support continued active lifestyles in the community.


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NCR Trail Snails

NCR Trail Snails

The NCR Trail Snails are an informal club of runner's who claim to not be very fast, though some of them are.  The group's motto "We're behind you all the way" refers to more than their feared speed...the club has a magnificent support group for members who chose to tackle ultra-marathons.

They train primarily in Northern Baltimore County, rotating between the NCR Trail and Loch Raven Reservoir.  You need to join their mailing list for current updates, since changing weather conditions or other events force last minute changes. 
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Team That''s What She Said

TTWSS is a Baltimore City based post-collegiate training group that strives for excellence in the post-collegiate road racing world.  You do not have to be a fast runner, but you do need to have a desire to pursue new PR's and race competitively against yourself as well as other people.  It doesn't hurt if you like to go out and knock down beer and pizza after your run while you cheer for your favorite sports teams.  Best current information is found at their blogsite posted here, their primary form of communication, but make sure you get on Ryan's email list when you visit.. 
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Towson University Track Club

Towson University Track Club

Attention Towson coed students, whether you are interested competing in various track events or are just looking for a steady group to run and workout with, this is the right club for you!  All levels are welcome.  We encourage all of you to come out and be a part of something with a laid back atmosphere and pleasing competition.
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I wrote the linked article a few years ago, and for the most part it is still accurate.

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