Super running by the Collins family at the Run-Anon 5k Race around the circuit at Nutts Corner- with Holly (running for North Belfast Harriers) placing second; and mum Helen placing third in 19:50!
Congratulations to Chris Hopkins on setting yet another Club record! Chris flew round the Sixmile ParkRun (5k) course, this morning, in a superb 16:12 … resetting the record he set in March 2020 at Antrim ParkRun!
Thank-you to all the CAHs who attended the AGM and made it such a great occasion; the help of those who organised the evening was much appreciated. The Office Bearers and Committee elected for 2021/22 are: Chairperson – Colin GilmoreVice Chair Continue reading
The return of the Antrim Coast Half Marathon on Sunday (29th) will be a day to be remembered for six distance debuts, 12 well deserved PBs; a new Club record; and the long awaited enjoyment of a mass participation live event. Continue reading
On Saturday(28/8) Sarah Kinnear, Lyn Hardie, Patricia Hamill and David Hamill myself headed to Fermanagh to take part in Atlas Runnings Florence Court event. Lyn and Trish were event debutants, while Sarah and David didn’t learn from their previous experience Continue reading
On Monday 9th August, County Antrim Harriers turned out in force for a Memorial Club Run, from Ballyclare to Doagh and return, in memory of their esteemed member Raymond Hilman who sadly passed away in June. Raymond was not only a Continue reading
County Antrim Harriers had a very successful evening at the Broughshane 10k – with Chris Hopkins, in fantastic form, win the men’s race in a PB time of 34:40. While, new member Kerry Knipe, claimed a well deserved second in Continue reading
While out a recce run on Slieve Donard, for an upcoming hill race, three County Antrim Harriers, Sean Pagel, Claire Oliphant and Louise Smart, witnessed a walker take a bad fall. On determining that the seriousness of the walkers injuries Continue reading
Huge respect to County Antrim Harrier, Kris Kelly, who swapped trainers for a wetsuit to swim across Belfast Lough (approx 5k!), as part of a Charity event organised by Carrickfergus Castle Triathlon.
County Antrim Harriers were delighted to be able to assist Belfast Homeless Services, in some small way, in the great work they do – thanks to all members who donated trainers.