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.
Minutes of Colchester Harrier Committee Meeting Pegasus Club Garrison Track 7th March 2017 Present: Apologies Lance Williams (President) Caroline Sutton ( Treasurer) Dave Smith ( Club Secretary) Becky Cooke Chris… Read more
Debut Indoor Champs Brings New Club Record Three of Harriers young aspiring Sprinters took on the challenge of the English Age Group Championships at the EIS in Sheffield on Saturday… Read more
Holford has great win at Great Notley The Cross Country season finished with a flourish as Angus Holford surged to victory for Colchester Harriers at the final fixture held at… Read more
Championship Best Performance despite Power cut denying medals In a weekend that saw the Essex and Eastern Indoor Championships cut short by a power cut, Harriers athletes still managed to… Read more
Colchester Harriers Megan Stevens travelled to Lee Valley at the weekend to stretch her legs again, after competing last week in the New Years Day open meeting, along with Savannah… Read more
“New Year’s Day saw three Harriers compete in the Lee Valley Open. Rebecca Jeggo competed in the two heats of the 60m. In her first heat she equalled the Under… Read more
The Eastern Young Athlete league fixtures for 2017 are given below Details of the league can be found here Coaches will be available for the fixtures at Peterborough and Stevenage…. Read more
Details of the Essex track and field championships are available on the Essex AA website here The events will be held over three days. The first day will be a… Read more