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Worksop Harriers & AC, founded in 1949, is an athletics club catering for novices and experienced athletes alike. We offer a range of training sessions to cater for all of our members’ requirements, including long runs, short runs, speed work, hill work, track & field sessions, fartlek and cross country. Your training can also be geared towards your specific race goals.

Latest news

Saturday, 12/17/2016
Nathan Langley strikes gold in England debut


Worksop Harrier, Nathan Langley, took gold on his national debut at the English Schools Home International in Ireland. The competition in Athlone was his last as an under 17 athlete and he finished on a high as the English quartet took top spot.  The four man team from all over England took part in an indoor pentathlon which consisted of 60m hurdles, shot, 400m, long jump and 800m.  Langley recorded a personal best in the first event of the day, the 60m hurdles with a time of 8.73 seconds.  His shot, 200m and long jump all produced very respectable results.  But he saved his best for the last event of the day in the 800m.  A superb run saw him finish his heat in first place in 2.08.86 (new PB), coming third overall. After all the scores had been added up, Langley finished eighth inidividually and the team came first.

Sunday, 10/30/2016
Worksop Half Marathon is a Record Breaker

The 35th Worksop Half Marathon on Sunday has been hailed the best ever by organisers.

The event attracted a record 3,263 entries — 351 of them in a 2.6km fun run.

Picture: Chris Etchells

It was another triumph for Notts AC runner Stuart Spencer, who won the men’s race for the third successive year and the fifth time overall.  Spencer finished in 01:10:05, ahead of Joe Sweetnam-Powel (01:12:35) and Stuart King (01:12:45).   The women’s race was won by Lincoln Wellington AC’s Natalie Burns in 01:20:48, ahead of Rebecca Gallop (01:25:33) and Martha Hanby (01:26:38). (more…)

Sunday, 08/21/2016
Emily Race takes Gold in the Midland CE Championships

Rising star Emily Race stormed to victory in the Midlands Combined Events Championships at Bedford.  A nail biting finish in the 800m saw her agonisingly miss out on a bronze medal in the National Championships by a single point.  Race produced numerous personal best performances throughout the 7 heptathlon events, which secured her first place by 119 points overall.

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Full results can be found via the following link:

England Athletics Under 17 Women Combined Events Championships Results

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