In line with updated legislation and Athletics NI regulations (groups of 15 can meet for outdoor exercise), we are planning to resume training from 12th April. Please note:Only fully paid up members can attend sessions.To allow compliance with Covid Track Continue reading
Members of popular local running club, County Antrim Harriers, recently joined with the County Antrim Countryside Custodians, to take time to tidy the roads they run. The “Big Green Clean” took place from 13-31 March, and Harriers (& families) donning Continue reading
Congratulations to motivated CAHs Aaron & Julie who have both completed a 100 Day #runstreak … running in sunshine, showers, snow, hail, daylight, darkness, minus temps, good & not so good days, inc some trips and slips!
Committee have been busy organising a more few Zoomevents to keep us informed and active … Thursday 11 March 5.40pmTanya Ross“What to do when you feel niggles develop”(Recording will be available for those who are unable to join at 5.40pm) Continue reading
The Club is indebted to Malcolm McCausland* for his research on JP Clarke, County Antrim Harriers, the outstanding Ulster middle-distance runner of the 1920s. In 1923 JP Clarke became Irish Champion over 880yds (1:59.8 min) and 1 Mile (4:37.4 min). Continue reading
County Antrim Harriers are delighted to have been voted as Club / Team of the Year in the Love Ballyclare People Awards of the Year 2020! We are humbled that we are now three times winners of this Award; and would Continue reading
It’s been a looong time since we have had a Race Result post! But today, Aaron & Chris pinned on race numbers at the Champion Chip Eikon Half Marathon and 10k events. Super loopy running by both men.
Well done to Simon McDowell who completed his testing Run The Date Challenge during July, in memory of family members lost during lockdown – running 496km during the month and raising funds for The Boom Foundation.
Congratulations to County Antrim Harrier and Birthday Boy, Erin Montgomery, on completing his fantastic Challenge for Macmillan Cancer Support – running 5 miles per day, for 50 consecutive days (finishing on his milestone birthday).
Sadly, due to the most recent Government and Athletics NI advice regarding Covid-19, County Antrim Harriers have decided to cancel their May Fair Races planned for 23 May.With no time limit on how long this advice will be in place, Continue reading