The Quicksilver Running Club of San Jose California, also known as QRC, was established to promote physical well-being and friendships through running.
Additionally, it has a purpose that reaches beyond the club, into our community, to promote healthy kids through trail running, and trail advocacy by expanding the accessibility of trails.
7/9/21: We just secured our permits and we will have our 100K/50K races on Oct 23, 2021! All May 2021 registered runners and runners with a race credit will be informed by email shortly about early registrations July 16-22. General registrations will open July 23. Hope to see you there!
Call for Volunteers
Would you like to help make our Quicksilver 100K/50K race a success on Oct 23rd? Click here to volunteer.
2020 PA MUT Grand Prix
Did you know? QRC has a trail / ultra running team that competes in the PA MUT Running Grand Prix.
Interested? More info
Trail Work Day
Thanks to the 13 volunteers who participated in our trail work day on Saturday April 3rd. We had fun trimming the New Almaden Trail.
Youth Team Update - 8/20/20
Quicksilver Running Club Youth Team practices are currently on hold until further notice. We will make an announcement and update the calendar when practices resume.
For more information you can contact one of the coaches - firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Youth Running at Quicksilver
Since 2014 the Quicksilver Running Club (QRC) of San Jose has a youth running program for ages 8 to 18 to provide a safe and enjoyable way for local youth to run and train together.
Please contact Coach Laura if you have any questions: email@example.com
Western States Designated Runner
Congrats to Jill Cole for winning this year's club lottery for the Western States designated runner. Also good luck to our Ultra team captain Loren Lewis after winning an entry in the main lottery! Happy training for the 2021 race!
WSER Duncan Canyon Aid Station Video
Check out this cool video put together by Jacob Allenstein, one of our Duncan Canyon volunteers...