About Us

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

Monday, 10/01/2018
Volunteer awards for two stalwarts of Worksop Harriers

James Charters and Sally Staveley, winners of regional volunteers awards.

The hard work and commitment of two stalwart members of the Worksop Harriers club has been rewarded by accolades at the England Athletics Regional Volunteers Awards. James Charters, the club’s most qualified field judge, was named official of the year for the East Midlands after officiating at the highest level at many meetings around the country.  Sally Staveley won the Run Together leader of the year award for all her work with the club’s Sisters On Sunday (SOS) and Couch To 5K running groups. (more…)

Saturday, 09/29/2018
Indoor Competitions – EIS Sheffield – 25th November
Please see details of the upcoming Quadkids and Open Graded competitions being held at the EIS in Sheffield on Sunday 25th November 2018.
 
The Quadkids competition is restricted to athletes from clubs and schools in Nottinghamshire and Derbyshire. Age groups are school years 4,5,6 and 7. Entries will be limited to a maximum of 100 based on first come first served.
 
The Open Graded competition will be held in the afternoon. Athletes compete in races / pools against athletes of similar ability and not by age group or gender. Events are open to ALL age groups. This is NOT an elite only event – all abilities are catered for.
 
Electronic timing will be in operation.

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Wednesday, 08/01/2018
More national glory for Worksop high jumper Emily

Worksop Harrier Emily Race, continued her national title-winning season at the Manchester Sports City Athletics Stadium on Sunday.

In the English Championships, the 17-year-old took both the U20 and senior high jump titles with a clearance of 1.74m in very challenging, wet and windy conditions. Emily now has four championship titles to her name in 2018, to go with her third place in the U20 British Heptathlon Championships earlier in the season. This latest win has gained her selection for the senior England Team at the Manchester International meeting on 15th August. (more…)

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