Exeter Harriers, founded in 1904, is a flourishing Athletics Club with a membership of nearly 500.
Anyone aged 8 to 80 is welcome to come along and give athletics a try. The Club competes in various leagues across the region and also nationally. There are a variety of competitions available for athletes of any standard: from junior to senior level and even veteran as well as novices and developing young athletes. Harriers’ teams compete within the SW League (U13s upwards) and the Southern Athletics League. Competing is a great way to measure improved performance and every point helps the club to maintain its league positions. So, whether you’re looking to learn a new skill, get fit or meet new friends Exeter Harriers could be just the club for you!
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More than 900 athletes competed at the South West Schools Competition, on Saturday 17th June, in blistering heat hoping to seal a place on their County Team and compete, in Birmingham, at the English Schools... Read More
Our next evening Open Meet will be held on Tuesday 27th June. Please note the following; Entry fee : £5.00 – for 3 events maximum. Registration on night : Junior registration from 5.30pm.... Read More
Well done to all Exeter Harriers who competed in the Devon Schools Competition, at Exeter Arena, on Saturday 10th June and Congratulations to those of you who have been selected for the Devon... Read More
The Devon County AA 10,000m Championships and Open Mile will be held on Wednesday 21st June at Tavistock. Entry forms for both competitions are now available. Entries close 14th June. DCAA10k2017EntryFrom (U20 and above)... Read More
On Saturday, Exeter Harrier, Rob Mann was back again in London competing at the Highgate Harriers Night of 10,000m PBs which has gained cult status on the distance running race calendar. This year the event acted as... Read More
Whilst entries may have been down at the Devon County/Schools Combined Events, held at Exeter Arena on Sunday 21st May, there was a good show of force from Exeter Harriers making up over 52% of... Read More