The TRA is an unincorporated association of trail runners based in the UK. The website contains information about the organisation, what they do and how you can join them. It also features links to similar sites and UK fixture/event listings.
The Fell Runners Association exists to promote Fell Running in the UK. The website contains information on the organisation and how to join. They also keep up to date with all competitions and events going on around the UK.
The RRC was founded in 1952, as the first specifically road-running club in the world, to encourage running nationwide at distances from 10 miles upwards. It is now concerned with all road-race distances from 5 miles to beyond the marathon. This site features information on races happening all over the UK, how to enter and how to join the club.
This is the online home of the renowned Runners World Magazine. It contains lots of information across all running disciplines and covers events, training, health and gear reviews. It also features a popular forum where runners can post their comments and expertise.
The BMC is a specialist club for middle and long distance athletes and coaches and is sponsored by Nike. Its a club where members have to obtain certain race times to be able to join, and this website explains how to do this. It also features race/event info and UK rankings.
The 26.2 Road Runners Club are a running club that are geared towards fun and enjoyment through running, as opposed to the heat of competition. The site tells you of the events and races they are involved in aswell as much more running info besides. A good running resource for both beginners and elite runners.