Welcome to Brighton & Hove FrontRunners! We are a friendly group of lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and queer (LBGTQ+) intermediate and improver runners who meet on a regular basis for fun and social running.
Brighton & Hove FrontRunners was founded in October 2018 after one of our co-founding members posted in the LGBT Brighton & Hove Network Facebook Forum to see if there was any interest in a local LGBTQ Running Club. From there a bunch of keen LGBTQ runners met up one Friday evening and the rest, as they say, is history.
We are a friendly group of LGBTQ+ runners who meet at 7pm every Wednesday by the beach shelter outside the King Alfred leisure centre (car park/ beach side).
Our weekly club run varies from week to week and we regularly do interval training and time trials for people who want to improve or monitor how well they are doing. You can choose at which level to get involved.
We also do local races, tour local Parkruns and hold regular social events.
We have also started to run once a month on a Monday to provide more opportunities to run.
We are a mixed ability group and sessions are planned to keep people together and nobody is left behind. As long as you can jog 3k in under 30 minutes without keeling over you will be fine.
Completely new to running? Sign up for our beginners course.
Any questions? email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
With weather forecasters predicting carnage from coast to capital, it was with a degree of trepidation that BHFR made its first official jaunt to the Pride 10k organised by London Frontrunners. This long standing 10k race (in its 16th year) brought together LGTB clubs from the UK and beyond, as well as local clubs and …
As part of the Trans Pride celebrations last weekend, the festival held their first fun run on Sunday 21st July. Some of our Frontrunners were proud to take part and join in the fun – a fantastic effort all round (especially given the night of celebrations on the Saturday night before!). The event also marked …
Wednesday saw a change from our usual gathering as 10 of us headed to Black Rock to take part in the annual Jog-Shop Weakest Link relay. This innovative relay format sees teams of four battle it out around an undulating 2.5k circuit with each member doing their own leg – then the whole team completing …