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The Dudley College Endurance team has been established to enable college students to develop their running ability and personal fitness. We also look to enter students in a wide range of challenging events in cross country, triathlons and multisport disciplines.

The cross country squads have achieved great success with both individual runners and teams reaching BCS National Finals every year since 2007/08. The 2008/2009 season saw Dudley become BCS Ladies West Midlands champions and compete at Loughborough where the team finished 6th best in Britain. A year later James Ward won silver medal at the National finals as part of the Men's regional team and 2011/12 saw Charlotte Davies claim a bronze at the Bath National Championships.
Training Times: 
Monday            9:00am - 11:00am 
Wednesday       1:00pm - 3:00pm
Friday               3:00pm - 5:00pm (Indoor) 
All training sessions will meet at Dudley Evolve unless stated. 


What they say:

"I enjoy the endurance academy because it helps my keep my fitness to a good level, and it helps me feel good about myself when I complete training" (Robin 2011)

"Well organised with a large range of events for everyone to take part in" (Kathryn 2011)

"The endurance academy has enabled me to overcome new obstacles and believe in myself" (Thomas 2011)

"In my two years endurance development program it has been a full filling experience because the training is diverse and coaching has been motivating" (Tyeshe 2011)

"Because I like beating Thomas James, it makes me feel better" (Shaun 2011)

"I love training and challenging myself" (Anita 2011)

"Excellent" (Miles 2011)

"I like endurance academy as it pushes my fitness higher and makes me work hard. It also makes me proud of myself when I complete races" (Liam 2011)