Poster with the inscription "And then I did it with 261", shows the strength of the power women of 261 Fearless

Become fearless with the 261 Club Zambia and a network of women lifting each other up.

Welcome to the women's running community, the 261 Fearless Club Zambia!

We welcome you to the 261 Club Zambia! We are a group of highly motivated women who come together every Sunday between 06:00hrs and 07:30hrs to do what we love most – social running! Our meet runs have helped us build strong bonds and friendships which go beyond the running.  

The 261 Club Zambia consists of women who are interested in social running. We are a mixed group of both young and middle-aged women and we thrive at inspiring each other. We come from diverse backgrounds but social running brings us together. We use our meet-runs to learn from each other and to account for each other.


261 Coaches for women's running

What makes you so special to women in Zambia:

What makes us so special to women in Zambia is that we are more focused on each other as women and are not in competition in any way. As a matter of fact running together gives us a great social life. We assist each other to enjoy running more.

261 Fearless Inc.

The History behind the Number 261: Being fearless in the face of adversity - that's 261.

In the moment when she felt like giving up and she was full of fear, Kathrine Switzer moved fearlessly ahead. She proved what women are able to achieve on April 19, 1967 when she officially ran the Boston Marathon as the first woman wearing the bib number 261. Back then, a woman running a marathon was unimaginable. Along the course, Kathrine was attacked by an angry official who wanted to forcefully remove her from the race - simply because she was a woman. It was in this moment when she decided to be fearless and went on. She moved on to become an advocate for women's running and enable us to pursue the sport today. The number 261 continues to be a symbol for FEARLESSNESS globally.

Join our 261 Club Meet Runs!

As we start the meet runs, the ladies are usually full of morale, energy and motivation and the running keeps us together. Running for us has become a culture and our weekends are never complete without running.

Please check our facebook page for any changes to our schedule or cancellations.

Three women in sportswear smile during a walk on a sunny street in Zambia


Sundays 5:30 to 6:30 am
Three women in sportswear smile during a walk on a sunny street in Zambia


Sundays 5:30 to 6:30 am

at Kurpark Lodge

We meet at Kupark Lodge in a serene environment and start our morning run all the way to Four Pillars Lodge.

First 261 club meetrun checklist

Comfortable clothes

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COMFORTABLE CLOTHES. Just wear something you can move freely in, there’s no need for Lycra or technical fabrics. Layers are good so you can take them on or off according to how hot you feel.



Any brand and any age will do, dig out the sports shoes from the back of the cupboard. You can invest in a new pair once you’ve got started.

Sports bra


If you have one; our coaches will be able to advise you if you don’t. In the meantime, just wear the most supportive bra you have and perhaps a tight fitting vest too to give extra support.

Waterproof coat and dry clothes


Bring a waterproof coat and something dry to pull on afterwards.

Hat, gloves, light scarf


Wear a hat and gloves, a light scarf can be a good idea too.

Cap, sunglasses, sunscreen, water


Grab a cap, sunglasses, sunscreen and a bottle of water.

We won’t judge you

No matter what your running ability or experience, you will be welcomed by your local 261 Club. We don’t mind how you look or what you wear, how much you sweat or how slow you go. We’ll help you with your running technique and set you on the path to years of running fun.

We won’t laugh at your questions

So many issues crop up when you begin running, no one will ever snigger at your questions. We’ll guide you through the basics of how to run, what to wear, how to stretch, the list goes on. No one expects you to know anything and everyone will be delighted to share their knowledge and personal experiences.

We’ll look after you

Our coaches receive high-quality training and ongoing education. We want you to enjoy healthy running and be able to get past the lung-busting first steps, so our coaches use games, drills and exercises specifically designed to help you run correctly, safely and injury free.

We’ll support you

A 261 Club is a community of women who want to support and encourage each other to be healthy and active. You will be amazed at how much it helps to have others who believe you can do it and motivate and spur you on. We’ve all doubted ourselves and lacked confidence in the past. Let us guide and support you.

There’s a whole world waiting for you

Joining our local club is just the beginning. It connects you to our global 261 Fearless community, which edu- cates and empowers women around the world. There are end- less opportunities and ways to be involved. Just be fearless and take the first step.

Become a 261 Coach!

261 Coaches are role models for other women to take the first step to a more active and healther life. As a 261 Coach you motivate, inspire and encourage women at your 261 Club Meet Run to step out of their comfort zone and to grow. All you need is loads of engagement and commitment to spark the passion for running in other women.


If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
Become FEARLESS with 261 Club Zambia.


Get in touch with us!

Charity Moonga +260977780059