“If you are losing faith in human nature, go out and watch a marathon.” ~ Kathrine Switzer
“I don’t run to add days to my life, I run to add life to my days.” ~ Ronald Rook
“But I also realize that winning doesn’t always mean getting first place; it means getting the best out of yourself.” ~ Meb Keflezighi
Green Mile Athletics Club is a Running Club based in Pretoria. We are a caring, loving and a fun club with a vision to become one of the most recognised clubs in Pretoria and South Africa.
At Green Mile Athletics Club we are not just members in "another running club", but we are a family who look out for each other, motivate each other, and share in the highs and lows in life. We are at most of the running events in and around Pretoria, but you can also find us at all the big races including Om Die Dam, Loskop Marathon, Two Oceans Marathon, Comrades Marathon and also Washie100.
Anyone can join Green Mile Athletics Club. Young or Old, fit or unfit, big or small, our doors are open to anyone who is willing to be an active member (or active social member), and be part of the Green Mile Athletics Club Family.
You can join anytime throughout the year! Registration for 2018 running calendar are now open.
THE GREEN MILEAGE
Download the Registration &
ASA Form below. Email to firstname.lastname@example.org with proof of payment.
Green Mile Registrasie vorm 2019
Green Mile Registration Form 2019
Weekly Time Trials are held Every Tuesday at 17:30 (Summer) and 17:15 (Winter) from our Clubhouse
(on the corner of Hartbees
and Muskejaat Street).
Anyone is welcome to come and be part of this as we cater for all fitness levels!
OUR LATEST NEWSLETTER
Green Mile Newsletter
05 March 2019
ASA Permanent License 2019
Race Entries available online (click on below link). Race Entries available the Green Mile AC Gazebo at upcoming races.
Green Mile 3rd Birthday Bash
Tom Jenkins Race 17 November 2018. Green Mile Team Relay Fundraiser 2018.
RUN FOR THOUGHT
BE THE TORTOISE, NOT THE HARE
You know when people tell you that life is a marathon, not a 5K? Turns out they’re on to something. When you’re adding mileage, you have to drop your pace. If you’re used to heading out and pounding the pavement for 30 minutes every morning at a pace that’s comfortable for the entire time, you’ll quickly find that the same pace won’t be quite as comfortable as you extend to an hour, 90 minutes and beyond.