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New England Distance Community Running Club 

New England Distance is excited to be continuing our running club in the northern Rhode Island area this year! This will be a community based running club coached by the elite runners of the NE Distance Project. Participants will meet three times a week for speed and endurance workouts designed and supervised by the head coach. This club is perfect for anyone who wants to race anything from the 5K to the marathon, and beyond!

Why: First and foremost, this club is for you to improve your fitness and reach your running goals, with help from professional runners who understand what it takes to get there! Your participation also helps to support NE Distance’s mission to bring athletic programs to underserved children in Rhode Island.

Who: This club is for EVERYONE! Any and all fitness levels are welcome to join, whether you’re a local road race veteran or have never trained for a race before. We also encourage middle and high school runners to join with their parents. There will be three training groups to fit the needs and fitness levels of all members. Our goal is to help everyone find the joy and satisfaction in running. The are 3 pricing options for the year.

  • Individual adult membership - $100. Roughly $8 per month.
  • Individual student membership (separate from a bundle) - $40
  • Family membership (up to 4 family members) - $240 

When & Where: Session 3 start date will be April 8th. Group training sessions will be held every Tuesday and Thursday evening from 6-7:30pm, with a group long run on Sunday mornings, 8:30am. Evening sessions will be held either at Cumberland High School or the Monastery (Cumberland Library). The Sunday long run will meet at the Blackstone Bike Path at the Front Street Parking Lot in Lincoln, RI off Route 123.

Our Coaches

Noah Carroll

Aaron Dinzeo

Aaron is a 2015 graduate of California University of Pennsylvania where he was 7-time All-American. After college, Aaron spent time training in Colorado and was the runner-up at the 2016 USATF Cross Country Championships. Aaron holds personal bests of 13:58 for 5K and 28:40 for 10K. He is a native of Monroeville, Pennsylvania and Sidney, Ohio.

Dr. Kim Chula-Maguire, PT

Kim, a resident of Cumberland, started her running career as an adult as a way to stay in shape when she was done with competitive soccer.  When she joined a running club in 2008 she was immediately hooked.  Since then she has competed at many distances, from the 800 meters on the track to the half-marathon on the roads, with her favorite events being the 800 meters and mile on the track.  This past July she was selected to run the Master’s Exhibition 1500 meters at the Olympic Trials in Eugene, Oregon.

When Kim is not running she works as a Physical Therapist.  She especially enjoys educating runners on injury prevention, strengthening to augment running, and rehabbing inevitable running injuries.

Noah Carroll

Noah is in his third year as the head cross country coach/assistant track and field coach at Bryant University in Smithfield, Rhode Island. His short time with the Bulldogs has yielded numerous individual conference champions, as well as school record performances by athletes under his tutelage. Both men's and women's cross country teams boast USTFCCCA All-Academic honors for their performance in the classroom. He comes to New England Distance's Community Running Club with a wealth of knowledge for the sport as he himself is a lifetime runner outside of coaching. He is native of Fulton, New York and a 2014 graduate of SUNY Oswego.

Jeff Mutter

Jeff has worked with runners of all ages and abilities. His main interest is incorporating running as a means of lifetime fitness.  Whether your personal goal is to complete a 5k or qualify for Boston, balancing the other stresses and working through them is important in that quest. Jeff looks forward to working with the other coaches in helping you find what works best for you. He is a lifelong Cumberland resident with PR’s of 31:22 for 10k and 2:25 for the marathon.

Roland Roy

Coach Roy comes to the running club having been a long time assistant coach of the Cumberland High School cross country teams. He is a lifetime runner.

Learn more

New England Distance Project is a duel mission, non-profit organization looking to bring the joy of running and the opportunity of sport to everyone in our community.  Check out our great work with Middle Schools in Providence and Woonsocket, RI, our Elite Team and more information on our Community Running Club at http://nedistance.org





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