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Based at the Prince of Wales stadium in Cheltenham, Cheltenham & County Harriers is Gloucestershire’s leading athletics club, offering quality coaching and support to aspiring athletes of all ages and abilities.
The club is always on the look out for new club members and will offer a warm welcome to anyone. It doesn’t matter whether you are aspiring to be the next Usain Bolt or simply want to be part of a club for your social and fitness needs – Cheltenham & County Harriers is the club for you!
Dave Newport is Harrier of the Year
Distance running coach Dave Newport was awarded the prestigious trophy at the club presentation evening. Full awards list to follow shortly
Carolyn completed her sponsored walk, going from Stroud via a lot of country roads to Painswick covering about 10 miles. Anyone who kindly sponsored her can please bring in you monies ASAP. It an be given to those on the desk. Bring it in an envelope with your name on. Thanks a lot.
Carolyn is looking for more help with 365 on a Tuesday 5.45pm-7.15pm and with the Para Group on a Wednesday 5.45pm-7.15pm (may fit in with the D of E volunteering).
5000m track / 5k road rankings
Mott and the Ladies team claim wins
Hilary wins the Gloucestershire XC League as the ladies take the team honours. Read report
Men’s team claim Glos XC league win
Dan Thomas lead the team to victory. Read report
Rush fourth in Cardiff XC challenge
Graham shows good form. Read report
England sets Half Marathon PB
Marcus impresses in Manchester. Read report
Men’s team 12th in National 6 Stage
Graham Rush runs the third fastest leg as he inspires the Harriers to their highest ever finish. Read report
Ladies claim 25th at relays
The ladies team impress again at the National 4 stage with Hilary Mott in top form. Read report
Price wins Cheltenham Half
Ben enjoys a victory whilst Oli Mott takes second and Shona-Crombie-Hicks is third lady. Read report