Worldwide running communities

 Dead Runners Society - A worldwide online running club. Founded in the United States of America in 1991 as an electronic mailing list, it is an active virtual community with members ranging from beginning runners to elite athletes, coaches, race directors, writers and editors of running magazines.
 Penguin Community - The word "Penguin" has come to mean a person who runs more for the joy of running than for recognition and rewards. Can people who are fighting to lose weight be athletes? Can people who have waited until their forties to become physically active be athletes? Can people who finish last in a race be athletes? Yes, they can.
 Cardiac Athletes - If your cardiac recovery has been so good that your cardiologist has agreed to let you return to your favourite sport "so long as you don't over do it!" then join the Cardiac Athletes' community.
 Worldwide Runners Disaster Response Team - Be part of the Worldwide Runners Disaster Response Team during worldwide emergencies. Make the connection happen - suggest a link to other running websites, recommend it to your running friends, or post a few lines about it on the running blogs you follow. Raise the awareness to make a difference.
 Hash House Harriers - The Hash House Harriers as we know it today ("a drinking club with a running problem") was founded in Malaysia by Albert Stephen Ignatius Gispert. It was not long before the hash began slowly spreading around the world and it is now one of the most famous worldwide running communities. - Find runners in your area. Meetup makes it easy for anyone to organize a local group or find one of the thousands already meeting up face-to-face. Meetup's mission is to revitalize local community and help people around the world organizing themselves into groups that are powerful enough to make a difference.

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