Dear Students, Colleagues and Alumni,

There has been a lot of interest in running at HKU. The HKU Run program, which is a running training course open to all of you to enroll, has been gaining increasing popularity, because it is effective and fun. The feedback we have received from the HKU community of runners is that you would like to improve your running performance and running knowledge. In addition, many at HKU would like to join the Hong Kong Standard Chartered Marathon in 2021-2022 and would like to safely and effectively prepare for their race. Whatever your interest or goal, the upcoming series of 6 sessions of running training with our experienced coach will help you run smoother, faster and help you improve your performance.
The focus of the HKU Run training sessions is to facilitate participants who are interested in long-distance race events such as 10k and 21k Half-Marathon. Participants will learn about proper running drills, posture, running technique, building of endurance, race pacing strategies and running conditioning exercises, which could be used at the sessions and during runner’s own regular running practices.
The HKU Run training sessions are particularly suitable for beginner and intermediate level runners.

Details of the 6 running session schedule:

Dates Venue Time Fee
JUNE 16, 23, 30 2021
JULY 14, 21, 28 2021(Wednesdays)
Next phase: To be confirmed*
HKU Stanley Ho Sports Centre,
10 Sha Wan Drive,
Sandy Bay, Hong Kong
1830-2000 HKU Full-time Staff: $600
HKU Full-time Students: $400
HKU Marathon Team/ Alumni: $600
(Current RN04 Runners could enjoy $200 discount)

*The next phase of this HKU Run program will be announced in due course.
It is time to get ready for the race season in 2021-2022 and improve your distance running. Not only will you be able to run faster and more efficiently, you will have fun and get fitter. Come join us!

Uni-Sports HKU Run

Please scan the QR code or check HERE for detail information.
For enquiries: Mr. Willie Hung, Sport and Recreation Officer (email: willieh@hku.hk / Tel: 28173252).