Raleigh, North Carolina, Marathon and Half Marathon Training Team

Update on 9/1: Next Runs


2015 Season
For information, contact
Ron Wahula,
Program Director
(919) 270-0365  

Next Runs of Summer/Fall Season

Run #14
When: Sept 5th, 2015, 7:00 AM
What: 8 ++ miles, slow and easy - hills
Where: Chain Effect – Physical Therapy &
Performance Enhancement
Formerly “Empower”
2501 Blue Ridge Rd at Lake Boone
Raleigh, NC 27607
Cedar Ridge turnaround

Run #15
When: September 12th, 2015, 7:00 AM Capital Run Walk
What: 10 – 23 miles - slow and easy
Where: Capital RunWalk Cameron Village 430 Woodburn Rd. Raleigh NC 27605

Run #16
When: September 19th, 2015, 7:00 AM
What: 8 miles with Mile Repeat Workout
Where: WRAL Soccer Center
7700 Perry Creek Road
Raleigh NC 27615
Neuse River Greenway – North Raleigh
CASL Soccer Center
Workout: (5) one mile repeats at race pace minus 30 seconds
with 5 minute walk breaks between repeats.

Run #17
When: September 26th, 2015, 7:00 AM
What: 10 – 26 miles, slow and easy on the American Tobacco Trail.
Where: New Balance Durham, Renaissance Center at Southpoint Mall
6807 Fayetteville Road
Durham, NC 27713

The Raleigh Galloway program is partnered with the Food Bank of Central !

Raleigh Galloway
Virtual Food Drive


Our 2015 Raleigh Galloway Late Start Half Marathon Training Program begins on Saturday, August 8th, 2015. Don’t miss out – You can do it!!!

Due to popular demand, the Raleigh Galloway Marathon Training Program has added a Late Start 15-Week Half Marathon Training Program that begins on Saturday, August 8th, that will train for Fall Half Marathons.

When: Saturday, August 8th, 2015 – 6:30 AM
What: Late Start Program – 3 miles
Where: North Carolina Museum of Art
Upper Parking Lot Adjacent to Blue Ridge
2110 Blue Ridge Rd,
Raleigh, NC 27607
Late Start 3-mile run

We run Saturday mornings at 6:30 AM from various locations throughout the Triangle including Raleigh, Cary, Durham. Morrisville and Umstead Park. Check here for details of our upcoming runs or check Facebook: Raleigh Galloway.

Come join us for a run and bring your friends – we are always guest friendly!

We currently have 400 + members that joined our Marathon Training Program in June, but we’d love for you to join our team to train for a fall race. We can help you achieve your running goals in a fun, safe, team environment! We have 12 pace groups ranging from Boston-qualifying runners to those that walk the entire distance. You'll be assured on running with others of your own ability.

The centerpiece of our training program is the weekly long run, utilizing Jeff Galloway’s unique Run/Walk system. Additionally, you are encouraged to complete 2 short runs during the week on your own. You’ll need to be able to walk or slowly run-walk 3 miles when you start our program.

The 2015 Raleigh Galloway Late Start Half Marathon Training Program fees are $139* for new members and $89* for returning members. That includes our 15 week training program with all runs supported, Jeff's book GALLOWAY TRAINING PROGRAMS, a technical running shirt, a 1-year subscription to Runner’s World Magazine as well as discounts at local running stores and races. We also have Pancake Breakfasts, Educational Seminars, Happy Hours and other events that enrich your experience.
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You will make lots of new friends and learn more about endurance running while working to achieve your running goals. Whether you are hoping to run your first half or full marathon or you are a veteran runner planning to improve your performance, we can help!

Feel free to call me with questions at 919.270.0365. Also, our website and Facebook page, listed below, are good sources of information about our Program.

Remember - We Run – Rain, Snow, Ice or Cold !!!
Ron Wahula
Program Director
Raleigh Galloway Marathon Training Program
Email: RonWahula@aol.com
Contact: (919) 270-0365
Web site: http://www.RaleighGalloway.com
Join us on Facebook: Raleigh Galloway
We are the Official Training Program for the Raleigh City of Oaks Marathon & Rex Healthcare Half Marathon.

Jeff Galloway is perhaps the one individual in the American running community who can combine a superior knowledge of our sport with the highest level of achievement - making the Olympic team. - Bill Rodgers, 4-time winner of the Boston Marathon

There are pace groups for almost every level and ability - from Boston qualifier to beginner.

2014 Raleigh Galloway Team
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We are guest friendly - come join us for a run and bring a friend.

We'll Show You How to:
- Run Your First Marathon - Improve Your Next Marathon
- Run Injury-Free - Become a Better Runner

Above all, we are committed to having FUN as we RUN!!!
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