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.
This season’s dramatic heat wave has been matched by an equally phenominal increase in the number of Harrier Track and Field athletes. The influx has ensured a new strength and… Read more
On Sunday 22 July, Rebecca Jeggo and Joy Ogunleye, competing for their higher claim club Shaftesbury Barnett Harriers, took part in the Club Connect Relays as a prequel to the… Read more
In an almost unblemished season, Charlie Dobson went to the World U20 Championships in Tampere, Finland hoping to bring back a medal as part of the GB 4 x 100m… Read more
On Saturday 30th June four Colchester Harriers athletes travelled to Peterborough to compete in the Eastern Counties Championships and returned home with a haul of five medals. First to compete was… Read more
Colchester Harriers’ Rebecca Jeggo was invited to compete at her first senior British Athletics Championships at The Alexander Stadium, Birmingham on Saturday 30th June after gaining the qualifying time in the… Read more
U17 Sprinter, Daniel Jones is having a great 2018 season and with a boosted confidence he decided to use his Welsh Parentage to take on the best of the best… Read more