Below are some profiles of some of our many, many members. Click on an image or the name to view more information about the member!

Geoff Roynon

When did you join?: 
01/2014
How long have you been running?: 
3 years
What's your favourite running surface?: 
Trail, road
How did you start running?: 
Decided one that enough was enough and had to get fit again.
Any message to newcomers?: 
You can do it!

Mr Robert Tudhope

When did you join?: 
03/2015
How long have you been running?: 
Since October 2014
What's your favourite running surface?: 
Road But Starting to enjoy the Trail
How did you start running?: 
<p>On a family holiday in north Wales my wife was off running every morning with our dog, when she'd get back to the tent she would allways say "I wish you could come running with us", about a month later I agreed to try. I have not looked back.</p>
Any message to newcomers?: 
<p>It's much better running with Friends than on your own and Lliswerry Runners really are a great bunch of dudes and dudettes they(we)have a great weekly structure that will help any runner, weather your into running fast or slow the group system,routes and training plans really do aid in impoving running fittness for all abilities.</p>

Dave Westley

When did you join?: 
03/2011
How long have you been running?: 
35 years
What's your favourite running surface?: 
Road definately not mud!!
How did you start running?: 
As a supplement to football training when I was a young lad. Started running for the sake of running quite recently. It gets you hooked!!
Any message to newcomers?: 
Don't think because its a running club you have to be an elite athlete. Lliswerry caters for all abilities and encourages everyone. My advice? Keep to tarmac.

Olly Hughes

When did you join?: 
04/2017
How long have you been running?: 
7 years
What's your favourite running surface?: 
Road / Track
How did you start running?: 
To lose weight and improve my health.

Chris Norman

When did you join?: 
12/2015
How long have you been running?: 
3 years
What's your favourite running surface?: 
Road running
How did you start running?: 
Carrying a few extra pounds so gave running a go. Shifted the excess weight, got hooked & was pointed in the direction of a Lliswerry training session. Have gone from strength to strength since running for the club & made some great friends too.

Gareth Beck

When did you join?: 
03/2012
How long have you been running?: 
7 years
What's your favourite running surface?: 
Love running off road
How did you start running?: 
Started with the Cardiff 10k to raise some money for Kidney Research and its gone on from there. Went on to half marathons, marathons and triathlons. Its all good fun and a terrific reason to get off the sofa!!
Any message to newcomers?: 
Be inspired by the fast girls and boys but never feel pressured. This is the friendliest most inclusive club and the coaches and your new running friends will help you to achieve your goals and dreams. Come on in and bring your trainers!!

Lisajnicholls

When did you join?: 
03/2016
How long have you been running?: 
9 months
What's your favourite running surface?: 
Grass road
How did you start running?: 
Parkrun

Keith James

When did you join?: 
01/2011
How long have you been running?: 
6 years
What's your favourite running surface?: 
Easy trail
How did you start running?: 
<p>Originally starting running to lose a bit of weight and get fitter for 5 aside footie. Then I entered the Cardiff Half Marathon and everything changed, i got hooked. I did Paris as my first marthon in 2010. And 5 years later and almost 50 marathons &amp; Ultras... i&#39;m finally running London this year!!</p>
Any message to newcomers?: 
<p>Anything is possible. You don&#39;t know your limitations until you try. Unless you give it a go, you&#39;ll never know...</p>

David Phillips

When did you join?: 
08/2016
How long have you been running?: 
2 years
What's your favourite running surface?: 
Road
How did you start running?: 
I decided that sitting behind a desk all day may actually have saved my joints albeit made me unfit but I thought the latter can be reversed but lack of the former cannot! I ran to a lamppost and back then got in my car and drove home, then decided to run to the next lamppost get in my car and drive home etc., etc.
Any message to newcomers?: 
Running is a big an addiction as anything out there, I have so many in-depth hobbies that some of which I have had all my life nearly but running took over all of my hobby/spare time the instant I started achieving much more than my targets.

Michael Faulds

When did you join?: 
01/2015
How long have you been running?: 
1 year
What's your favourite running surface?: 
Road, Trail
How did you start running?: 
After the birth of my son I realised I needed to lose weight and get fit to be able to chase him around.I also signed up for the Newport half marathon for charity and needed help and support so joined Lliswerry Runners.

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