Exeter Harriers, founded in 1904, is a flourishing Athletics Club with a membership of around 250.
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) as well as higher level Men Seniors, in the British Athletics League (BAL), 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 SWAL meeting will take place on 31st May 2015 at Exeter Arena. The event will follow programme B. Please click on the link for details SWAL 2015 Programmes Read More
Our next open meet is on 26th May 2015. Entries on the night. Timetable for the evening is available below. exeter open timetable 26.05.15 Read More
The Devon County Track & Field Championships will take place on Sunday 24 May at Exeter Arena. Final timetable now available Closing date for entries: 12 May 2015 DCAA2015INFO DCAA Champs 2015Timetable (2) Read More
Top junior multi-eventer Sam Talbot was forced to withdraw from the Loughborough International, and will no longer be competing at the National Combined Events Championships in Bedford this weekend. Talbot is chasing the... Read More
Exeter Harriers competing at the Devon Schools/Devon County Combined Events Championships at Exeter Arena proved a cut above the rest as the final results were announced at the end of a superb day... Read More
Exeter Harriers’ Rosie Chamberlain ran a tremendous new lifetime best at the American Championships in Storrs, Connecticut to place second in her heat with 2:06.38. Chamberlain, who is studying at the University of... Read More