Get to Know Your Running Clubs - Sport & Social Club Toronto
In this edition of Get To Know Your Running Clubs we spoke with Sport & Social Club Toronto, a co-ed adult recreational sports company. Sport & Social Club Toronto run leagues in a variety of different sports across the GTA and beyond. One of their newest programs is Trail Running! You'll most often find Sport & Social Club Toronto running the trails in Cherry Beach, Crothers Park, High Park, Riverdale Park, The Beaches & Tommy Thompson Park.
Want to learn more about them? Read on!
Hey guys! Tell us a bit about your club history, how long has the club been around?
Sport & Social Club Toronto has been around since 1996, but this year is our first Trail Running Club! We offer a lot of different co-ed adult recreational sports teams to join, including hockey, tennis, volleyball, dodgeball, handball, basketball, bowling, and way more. Pretty much anything you'd like to play, we've got a team for that. It's a great way to meet new people, stay active, and get social. Our teams get together for more than just league nights. We host Super Bowl parties, we go to Jays games together, we bond.
Tell us a bit about your membership? What level of runners do you cater to?
We're an athletic group. Our runners are anywhere from beginners to advanced.
Where/when does your club usually meet/run?
Trail locations include: Cherry Beach, Crothers Park, High Park, Riverdale Park, The Beaches & Tommy Thompson Park.
Any cost to be a member/join?
No cost to be a member of SSC. Trail Running Club is $59 for 6 weeks.
Do you have any favourite local races? Outside of anything that you're affiliated with of course :)
At this time we aren’t affiliated with any races. Potentially in the future this may be something we look into.
Want to learn more?
Want to connect with the Sport & Social Club Toronto, or just learn a bit more about them? Check out their information below:
Looking for runs around Toronto?
You can find a full list of runs and races happening around Toronto at www.runguides.com/toronto/runs