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.
Holford wins by a distance Angus Holford ran the latest 53:12 XC league fixture at Ramsey from the front to finish over a minute clear of the field. Holford led… Read more
Colchester Harriers kicked off the league Cross country season with a tough double of matches at Horseheath Cambridgeshire for the Essex league and Writtle College for the 53:12 league. Essex… Read more
Saturday 14 October saw not only the sun come back out, but also the inaugural Harriers Mini Run, Jump & Throw competition take place at the track. 30 youngsters… Read more
The Essex Cross Country relay Championships were held at Stubbers outdoor centre at Upminster and although Harriers had weakened teams due to the National Road Relays good results were still… Read more
Saturday 9 September saw the Southern Inter counties U15 and U20 match featuring 16 counties compete at Horspath, Oxford. Four Harrier ladies competed for their home county as their last… Read more
On Saturday 26 August Olivia Simon competed her first ever Hammer competition at the London Inter Club Challenge Open in Hendon. The series of four summer competitions give athletes… Read more