Young athletes can start to compete for the club from school year 6 so the club will accept young athletes into training groups from the age of 10.
Colchester Harriers believe that all young athletes should receive coaching from qualified and registered coaches. To ensure that all young athletes can be placed with a coach the club employs a waiting list system.
During the summer all young athletes are encouraged to compete in the Eastern Young Athletes League. This is a good introduction to track and field.
The U20/U23 English National Championships were held at Bedford International Stadium on Saturday 16 and Sunday 17 June. Athletes who had achieved the entry standard were eligible to compete from… Read more
The cream of the County’s talented youngsters battled for glory at the 2018 Essex County Schools Championships which took place at Chelmsford Athletics Centre on Saturday 9 June. Olivia Simon… Read more
Dear parents of Athletes, we have noticed that quite a few Juniors are being dropped by the Gate entrance to the Track. For their safety, and for flow of traffic,… Read more
Athletes needed The Essex Country Track Relay Champs take place on Friday 29 June in Basildon. Please can you let Annette Bland, Ian Kelly or Sally Dobson know if… Read more
Colchester Harriers welcomed teams from Thurrock, Havering, Herts Phoenix, Colchester & Tendring and Waveney Valley when they played host on Sunday 3 June for the 3rd EYAL meeting of the… Read more
Loughborough International is regarded as the foremost domestic curtain- raiser of the season for British top athletes; this year saw it celebrate its 60th anniversary. On a hot summer Sunday,… Read more