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 South West Athletics 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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Our first Evening Open Meet of the Season will be on 27th March. Please see below link to timetable and further information. Timetable Visit our Open Meet website page for full details Read More
Update 17.03.2018 @ 13.31pm It is with much regret that we have made the decision to cancel tomorrow’s Devon Sportshall league match at Dawlish. The weather forecast is for heavy snow this evening... Read More
Exeter Harriers donned County Vests on 10th March to compete in the CAU Inter-County Championships at Loughborough. Despite extremely muddy conditions some excellent results were achieved. U13 Boys Sam Mills 7th Olivers Capps... Read More
Sport Relief is happening across the UK from 17th – 23rd March. Sport Relief, helps vulnerable people, across the UK & the world, to live happier, healthier and safer lives. As an Athletics... Read More
Latest version of forthcoming competitions for the 2018 T&F season. This will be updated from time to time. Please check with the Welcome Desk. Thanks to Janet Phillips for compiling the lists. allfix2018... Read More
Despite the challenging weather over the weekend the final fixture of the Westward League took place at Redruth thanks to great organisation from Cornwall Athletics. However, fewer athletes than normal braved the conditions.... Read More