Latest news

  • 365 Athletics Lockdown 2.0 Training Support

    Our 365 coaches have shared a video to help those who would like to continue training during lockdown.

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  • 365 Track & Field Groups Return to Action on 15th and 17th September

    The popular 365 track and field group sessions return to action this week on Tuesday 15th and Thursday 17th September. As before the sessions start at 6:00 pm and finish at 7:15 pm.

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  • Shine@Athletics Summer Club

    Our popular summer scheme is back for 2020! Shine@Athletics is a fun packed week for school years 4 through to 9. Held on Monday 17th to Friday 21st August between 10am and 1pm.
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  • Harriers Virtual 5k, 15-21 June

    Kathryn Morton and Marianne Day finished first and second in the club handicap race, with Joe Turner and Dave Rantell joint third. Nick Holliday, Dave Francis and Andy Gore took the overall series virtual medals.

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  • Sprint, Hurdles & Multi-Events Lockdown 2020 Training

    Take a look at the Sprints, Hurdles & Multi-Events group's video of their training during lockdown.

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  • Virtual Mile Handicap, 1-7 June

    Andy Gore and Russell Forsbrook finish as joint winners ahead of Caroline Cotterell, whilst Mark James runs the fastest mile and Ellis Woolley was the fastest lady. Nick Holliday leads the series standings.

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  • Harriers Virtual 5k, 18-24 May

    Dave Francis, Peter Carmichael and Ben Lees take the top three places in our handicap race, whilst Joe Turner runs the fastest time and Jo Wilkie is the fastest lady.

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  • Harriers Virtual 3k, 4-10 May

    45 runners contested the opening race of our club handicap series with Nick Holliday and Henry James joint winners ahead of third placed Marianne Day, with Dom James and Amber Watson posting the fastest times.

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  • Distance News, 4-8 April

    A men's veteran team win and other great team performances for the Harriers at the Virtual National Road Relays where Phil Wylie, Dom James, Amber Bullingham and Marie Brush lead our teams home.

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Club notices

Coronavirus & Training

Good News Harriers, the Prince of Wales Stadium is re-opening from Wednesday 2nd December. In line with government and England Athletics Guidance club training sessions are now able to resume.

The 365 group is due to restart Tuesday 8th December and Thursday 10th December and the Senior Endurance Group is first meeting back Saturday 5th December.

Any other athletes will be contacted by there coaches to confirm when they will start back on the track.

Any athletes training in a group or at the stadium should maintain social distancing measures at all times. Hand sanitiser will be provided upon entrance to the stadium and we ask everyone to sanitise on entry. Training should be paid for online and is being tracked.

We look forward to welcoming all Harriers back to the track in the coming weeks.