Details of the upcoming Track & Field season are now available! There is plenty of opportunity for all ages and abilities to take part. For more information about getting involved, please speak to the Club Track & Field Captains, or
In the recent Northern Athletics Open Indoor Meeting more of the Club’s Track & Field athletes made the trip to Sheffield to test their current level of fitness, as the indoor season can be a training ground for the athlete
Three of the Club’s Junior (u/15) runners were part of the Durham Johnston Comprehensive School Team who made the long journey down to Sevenoaks in Kent having already qualified locally to compete now in this English Schools XC Cup Final.
Tia Anderson scored a magnificent victory in the England Athletics (u/15 & u/17) Track & Field Championships down in Bedford, winning a superb Gold Medal in the u/15 Girls 300m Final. Hopes were high after winning her heat in a
Gold for Tia Anderson in the U15G 300 metres in a Championship Best Performance of 40.35 seconds (pb) which now ranks her UK No. 1. Silver for Adam Ord in the u15B 800 in a time of 2.00.15 (pb) which
Six Junior athletes travelled down to Leigh, Lancashire, for the Northern u/17, u/15, and u/13 Track & Field Championships, and three of them brought back medals, two just missed out finishing 4th, and the youngest member improved on his personal best time.
Veteran Jacqui Hodgson (v/45) made the trip over to Aarhus, Denmark, to run in the European Masters Athletic T & F Championships targeting her two main events, the 400m & 200m. Her first event on the programme was the heats
In the Northern Senior & u/20 Track and Field Championships at Sport City, Manchester, three of the Club’s athletes took part and all ran well against some strong opposition. Scott Armstrong was unlucky to miss out by 0.53sec on a podium finish in
Dan Jenkin led the City Harriers Senior Men’s Team to finish 3rd in the North East Counties Championships at the Sunderland 5k at Silksworth, with Dan 12th in the individual rankings. This Race was also the Club’s Championships Race, and therefore once again became the Harriers’
Durham City Harriers had 5 young athletes competing in top National Competitions last week – Adam Ord and Tyler Thomas who qualified for the 87th English Schools Track & Field Championships at Birmingham, and Tia Anderson, Ryan Watson, and Cameron Thomas