Directory Category: Running Clubs

Running Clubs

Kyserun Krew Running Club

Founded in 2013, the Kuala Lumpur based running crew aims to inspire and envourage everyone to take up running as a sport. Weekly runs are held every Tuesday nights. Runners are divided into 3 groups ( each group is divided based on individual running speed). Suitable for beginners to experienced runners. 

Run Starts : 8.30pm
Day : Tuesday Nights
Location : Damansara Heights Community Centre, Bukit Kiara TTDI, Petronas Sri Hartamas ( rotates weekly)

*Follow instagram page for weekly announcement/ location change/ event cancellation*
KLCC Runners Group

KLCC Runners Group is the fastest growing running group in Malaysia. The group organises weekly events which include group runs on the 1st or 3rd Sunday every month during KL CarFree Sunday in Kuala Lumpur (7km) at 6am. The group also hosts, free weekly event which includes, Pose Method Running Clinics (by Certified Trainers), yoga for runners, HIIT training program and more!

Naked Spirit Runners

With the motto “Run Without Limits”, Naked Spirit Runners is a growing running club with a strong ultra running unit, however you need not be an ultra runner to join. Training sessions are held every Thursday’s at 8.30. Rotating between 2 locations every 2 weeks – Petronas, Sri Hartamas and LHDN, Jalan Duta. They do however occasionally switch routes to spice things up.

Shah Alam Running Club

Established in 2015, Shah Alam Running Crew will challenge your limits, with the hashtag #flatsisboring, you can be assured that some hill action is bound to take place. The group organises runs at Dataran Padang A, every Wednesdays,  at 8.30pm. Covering an average of 10km per session. The group also hosts Fartlek sessions to work on your speed. Sessions are suitable for all levels.

The NBRC aims to connect people through running. The running club hosts weekly sessions, which are usually held on Saturday mornings. Training sessions include, fun runs (5km), tempo runs, LSD’s and more! Locations change monthly so do follow their Facebook group for updates and to register as a member.

Mont Kiara Running Club

The MKRC consists of a group of KL residents, who range from runners just wanting to clock in some mileage, to those who often compete in race events. Compared to other running crews on the list, MKRC is not suitable for beginners, runners who intend to partake have to be able to follow a pace of 5:00m/km and ~6:30m/km. Wednesday road runs start at 8.30pm, covering an average of 8km to 10km around the Mont Kiara/Hartamas area. Sunday runs start at 7am, where members will either run 20+km LSDs or follow the Wednesday menu. The group also organises trail runs on Thursdays.

Ignite your night runs with the Puma Night Running Club. Established in Dec 2013, you need not be a PUMA owner to run with this group. The group organises runs on Wednesday nights at Desa Park City, starting between 7.15-8.30pm. Sessions vary weekly and include, distance run training, tempo run, Fartlek, speed sessions and more!

Ranjau Runners

The Melaka Running Club organises weekly Tuesday runs at 8.30pm, starting from Taman Rempah, Sungai Melaka area. Explore the township and choose from a distance menu of: 5km, 7km or 10km run.

Team Treximo

The Johor Bahru running club aims #toinspireandtobeinspired. The running crew often hosts their “Run The Town” sessions every Tuesdays at 8.30pm starting from Nongchik Riverside (in front of Mcdonalds). The group welcomes runners from all running backgrounds, and hosts LSD sessions at least twice a month.

Underground Runners

Established in 2015, the group is divided into groups based around Sarawak, mainly Sibu, Miri, Kuching & Bintulu. Those based in Kuching can join their weekly Wednesday sessions at 7.30pm, starting at the Civic Centre Carpark.

https://www.facebook.com/SufferButNeverSurrender/ (Kuching)
https://www.facebook.com/Underground-Runners-Miri-1007263565975822/ (Miri)
https://www.facebook.com/groups/983601428371739/about/ (Sibu)
https://www.facebook.com/groups/207167683037663/about/ (Bintulu)