Running resources for athletes in Tasmania

Find the best running related resources in Tasmania, from running clubs, running shops through to running related products and services.

running resources directory

Whether you're a beginner starting out, or in need of some TLC, the Tassie Athlete's community-driven platform offers a comprehensive directory of running resources, from local running clubs to essential services tailored for runners.

Our goal is to provide you, the Tassie Athlete community, with the tools and connections you need to enhance your running experience in Tasmania. Explore our extensive list of run clubs, connect with experienced physiotherapists and become part of a thriving running community in Tasmania. Resources are sorted by random order.

Liam Blue (Back in Motion Hobart on Murray)

Liam and other physiotherapist's at Back in Motion Hobart on Murray enjoy assessing and managing running related injuries. Liam and the team do physiotherapy screenings, injury assessment and consultations. Also offering running gait analysis via filming.

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Run Move Connect

Run Move Connect is a community based health group in The Huon Valley aimed at getting individuals active whilst meeting new people and feeling apart of their local area. We understand that regular structured exercise is an important part of maintaining a healthy lifestyle and reducing your risk of health problems. We also understand that finding a supportive environment that meets your needs and capabilities is challenging.

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Ulverstone Community Run Club

We're a Social run club that meets every Monday at The Pier, Ulverstone. We meet from 6:20pm for a 6:30pm start. The 'run' is a social 40 min run/walk - out & Back style so all participants can choose how far and how fast they wish to go.

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Knockoffs Run Club

We are a social, community focussed run club based in Hobart. Our mission is to make running fun. All ages and abilities welcome/encouraged. Tuesday morning session, 530am, Domain. Thursday evening social run, 6pm, North Hobart. Sunday trail run, 8am, Pipeline (winter) Kingston Beach (summer).

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SPR Conditioning

SPR Conditioning is a prominent North Hobart-based business that excels in both strength and conditioning as well as rehabilitation services. Our expertise lies in providing tailored programs for enhancing performance and aiding in the recovery process, catering to individuals aiming to optimise their physical abilities and those seeking to regain peak fitness following an injury.

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Bitumen 2 Bush

Small online and event pop up based running apparel and accessories store based out of Burnie.

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Croissant Run Club nipaluna/Hobart

Welcome to Croissant Run Club, where we get out, get social, and get into some pastries. This club is for everyone. There’s no pressure to run far, or even run at. We have a few regular routes (plus some special ones for ya) and run every Sunday morning at 9 (confirmed each week via our socials). Runs will be around 5km and there will be a there-and-back or loop style, so totally easy to cut back on distance.

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Isobel Webber (Back in Motion Hobart on Murray)

Isobel and other physiotherapists at Back in Motion enjoy assessing and treating running related injuries. Isobel is a keen trail runner herself and has a special interest in training considerations for the female athlete, including pelvic floor physio, hormonal influences on training and athletic performance and how to structure your training accordingly.

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