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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

Tuesday, 06/06/2017
Decathlon delight for rising star Langley

Rising teenage star Nathan Langley, of Worksop, is now ranked as high as eighth in the UK after a tremendous performance in the decathlon at a national competition.

Nathan Langley romping to victory in the 110m hurdles in a personal-best time during the national competition at Bedford.

Having made a successful start to his first season at U20 level at the county championships, Langley travelled to Bedford for the competituion, run by England Athletics. Comprising ten events over two days, it was a gruelling challenge for the 17-year-old. But he finished a highly creditable seventh. The first event, the 100m, is not one of his favourites, but he knocked three-hundredths of a second off his previous personal best (PB). (more…)

Monday, 05/29/2017
Young athlete aims for regional title

Worksop Harrier Tyler Broome is on target to win the British Triathlon East Midlands Junior Series.

If his form continues, the Tuxford Primary Academy pupil could be selected for the British Triathlon development squad. He also aims to make the regional academy. Tyler, 10, of Tuxford, is leading the series after victory in the latest event in the seven-race competition in Ashbourne. Tyler was on the shoulders of the lead runners in third place at the end of the first 1,200m run. He moved up to second in the cycle section and left the final transition in first place, leading from the front throughout in the second run. (more…)

Tuesday, 05/16/2017
Canal Relay

Runners/marshals needed for canal race June 15th.

This is a challenge between Worksop Harriers and Retford AC. This year it is our turn to host so the race will begin and end at Manton Club with refreshments afterwards in the club.
This is an exciting race that takes us as the title suggests along the canal to Retford Kings Park and back.

We need at least 12 runners (more if possible) and at least two ladies for the ladies leg. Last year we won this event so let’s try to keep this winning streak going and retain the cup for Worksop harriers !!

Please could you let Caroline McGinley or Peter Fendley know if you are interested in this brilliant event. Thank you

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