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ABOUT US

The SFARC consists of several members  who not only run for exercise and competition in race events, but also for pure enjoyment. Our purpose as an organization is to support and promote running in South Dakota, SW Minnesota, NE Nebraska and  NW Iowa.

 

We want to bring together runners at every level of ability to share in the running experience. Our primary focus at this time is to provide information on race events, group runs, and training.   We invite you to become a member of the SFARC by clicking on Membership Application.

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OUR HISTORY

BOARD MEMBERS

Running Facts & Figures

The SFARC has been around a long time, but began officially on February 3, 1998, when members of the former Total Fitness Club held a meeting and adopted the current name. In March it issued its first newsletter with information about a local race and early interest about  the Sioux Falls Half Marathon.

 

In the July/August 1998 Newsletter it as announced that the Club had joined the national organization, Road Runners Club of America, of which it continues to be affiliated.  In the September/October Newsletter it stated that "It's official.  We have formally incorporated and registered with the South Dakota Secretary of State as non-profit corporation."

Sioux Falls Area Running Club

PO Box 727

Sioux Falls, SD 57101

runsiouxfalls@gmail.com

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The SFARC has been in existence for 17 years and counting!

Over 500,000 Americans finished a marathon in 2014!

Women accounted for 55% of road race finishers in 2014.

Running burns about 100 calories per mile for a 150-pound person

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Jeff Alvey

Treasurer

Jacqueline Palfy-Klemond

Membership/Social Media

Eva Gillham

Membership / Social Activities

Other Committe Members who graciously volunteer their time: Kristen Johnston - social activities, John Rodman - Kids Cross Country, Owen Hotvet, Scott Walschlager, and Jon Arneson

"Whether you think you can or you think you can't: you're right."

- Henry Ford

Nathan Schwab

Trail Series Race Director

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