Striders Milers Club 

2019 Mileage Totals
Through June


Check for updates
for the 2019
version of the 
Striders Milers


Thursdays, August 8th and 15th
Nashville Striders Cross Country Series
6:30 PM, Percy Warner Park, Vaughn's Creek X-Country Course
(Hwy 100 & Old Hickory Blvd.)
Information and Waiver
Team Waiver Form

Nashville Striders Bylaws


RRCA Tennessee State Rep Newsletter

TN State Age Running Records 

Peter Pressman Run2Live Fund website:


Official Sock of the Nashville Striders





Rock 'n' Roll Nashville Marathon & ½ Marathon Training Runs


Dates, Times and Brief Route Description

These dates target the 20th running of the Rock n Roll Nashville 

Marathon and ½ Marathon on Saturday April 27, 2019

Saturday, March 2—6:30 AM

Tour From the Trestle 16 Miles**

Start at the train trestle parking lot in Shelby Bottoms Park.  Run toward downtown on Riverview Drive and Davidson.  Turn right on 5th, right on Woodland (fluids outside Nashville Running company).  Follow the RNR route back to Shelby Bottoms to the trestle parking lot for fluids.  This is 8 miles.  Then run the entire greenway for an additional 8 miles. Fluids will be available at the Forest Green trailhead at the end of the greenway.
**The greenway portion of the route will be modified due to bridge closure on the greenway.  Check back for new route information soon.  

Saturday, March 23—6:30 AM

RNR Course Preview—18 Miles

Start at Centennial Park and run down West End to Broadway and run the RNR Half Marathon Route to 2nd Street to Church then run on Church back to Centennial Park.  Loop the park one time to get the full 18 miles.


Sunday, April 7—6:30 AM

Stones River Stroll Out and Back From Percy Priest Dam—20+ Miles

Start at the parking lot at Percy Priest Dam.  Run the greenway to Wave Country.  At Wave Country, proceed over the pedestrian bridge and run the reverse ‘P’ at the north end of Shelby Bottoms Greenway.  Then back over the pedestrian bridge and back to the dam.    

Information:  (615-756-5797)

2019 Dates - RNR Training Runs - 2019

"You don't need to be fast! What you do need is will: the will to abide by a training program. The will to get up a couple hours earlier on Saturday or Sunday morning to get your long run in. The will to structure your life a bit more over the next few months: to get more sleep, drink more fluids, eat more carefully." 

- John Hanc - The Essential Marathoner