Exeter Harriers, founded in 1904, is a flourishing Athletics Club with a membership of around 400.
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 UK Women’s League (UKWL). 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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The next Sportshall fixture is on the 28th Feb at the Plymouth Life Centre and all athletes U15 welcome. For details please follow the links Sportshall Programme Remember if you’ve not competed in... Read More
Track training fees will increase from 1st March 2016 as follows; £2.50 for Members £5.00 for Non-Members The additional funds generated from the increases will be used to; Pay a contribution towards fuel... Read More
Here’S a chance to help us and become more involved in Athletics. We urgently need more qualified Athletics Officials to continue to smoothly run our competition schedule. We are lucky enough to have... Read More
A notice to all club members that payment of club membership subscriptions for 2016 is now required. All renewing members are requested to complete a Membership Form and submit it with payment of... Read More
The Club House was packed as Exeter Harriers hosted its annual awards night on 30th January. Athletes, Coaches, Volunteers and Guests enjoyed a delicious buffet, prepared by Tony Howard, followed by the presentation... Read More
You may recall that this year’s London Marathon club place was awarded to Andrew Green. Over the course of the next few months he’ll be updating us on his training programme and progress.... Read More