Raleigh, North Carolina, Marathon and Half Marathon Training Team

Updates on 9/23: Ron's Blog


2016 Season
For information, contact
Ron Wahula,
Program Director
(919) 270-0365  

Next Runs of Summer/Fall Season

Week #15
When: Saturday, Sept 3rd, 2016, 7:00 AM
What: Late Start – 8 miles, Main Program: 8 – 23 miles
Where: Capital RunWalk
Cameron Village
430 Woodburn Rd.
Raleigh NC 27605

When: Saturday, Sept 10th, 2016, 7:00 AM
What: 8 miles with Mile Repeat Workout
Where: Omega Sports – Durham
At Southpoint Mall
8200 Renaissance Pkwy #1021
Durham, NC 27713
Workout: (5) one mile repeats at race pace minus 30 seconds
with 5 minute walk breaks between repeats.

Week #17
When: Saturday, Sept 17th, 2016, 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

Week #18
When: Saturday, Sept 24th, 2016, 7:00 AM
What: 8 miles, slow and easy
Where: Inside Out Sports – Raleigh
Brennan Station Shopping Center
8111-124 Creedmoor Rd., Raleigh NC 27615

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

Raleigh Galloway
Virtual Food Drive



Our 2016 Raleigh Galloway Late Start Half Marathon Program begins on
August 6th, 2016!

Register Here

Due to popular demand, the Raleigh Galloway Marathon Training Program has added a Late Start 15 Week Half Marathon Training Program that will train for Fall 2016 Half Marathons. Here’s the info:

When: August 6th, 2016, 6:30 AM
What: Late Start Program: 3 miles run / walk
Where: Raleigh Running Outfitters of Cary
High House Crossing
2773 NC Hwy 55
Cary, NC 27519

We run Saturday mornings at 6:30 AM from various locations throughout the Triangle including Raleigh, Cary, Durham, Morrisville and Umstead Park. Check our website for details of our upcoming runs. Come join us for a run and bring your friends – we are always guest friendly!

Our 2015 Programs trained over 800 members and we’d love for you to join the team for our 2016 Late Start Half Marathon Training Program which begins on August 6th, 2016, and concludes in mid-November.(15 weeks) We can help you achieve your running goals in a fun, structured, team environment! We offer 12 pace groups - whether you are a Boston Qualifier, pursuing the 50 States Marathon Club or just running to finish for your 1st half or full marathon, you'll be assured of training with others of your own ability.

The centerpiece of our training program is our Saturday morning weekly group long run, utilizing Jeff Galloway’s unique Run/Walk/Run method. You are also encouraged to complete (2) three mile runs on your own during the week.

The 2016 Raleigh Galloway Late Start Half Marathon Summer / Fall Training Program fees are $139 (Active.com processing fee extra) for new members and $89 (Active.com processing fee extra) for returning members. That includes our 15-week training program with all runs supported, Jeff's e-book GALLOWAY TRAINING PROGRAMS, a one-year subscription to Runners World Magazine, a technical running shirt or visor and discounts at local running stores and races. We also have Pancake Breakfasts, Educational Seminars, End of Year Parties and other events that enrich your experience.

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!

Check this web site for a list of upcoming runs - come join us for a run and bring your friends – we are always guest friendly!

Remember - We Run – Rain or Shine!!!
Ron Wahula
Program Director
Raleigh Galloway Marathon Training Program
Email: RonWahula@aol.com
Contact: (919) 270-0365
Web site: http://www.RaleighGalloway.com
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We are the official Training Program for the November 6th, 2016, Raleigh City of Oaks 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


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