It never gets easier, you just get stronger.

We are Swindon Harriers, the home of Athletics in Swindon! Are you or your child thinking about joining a Running Club? We are involved in Track & Field, Cross Country and Road Running.

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We offer training for those from School Year 3 up to those well into retirement age! We have beginners through to experienced athletes, those running, race walking, jumping or throwing for fitness and enjoyment in local events or leagues up to those competing in national and international matches and championships.

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Harriers News

12th February 2018 - Mark Cawte Memorial Open Meeting
8th February 2018 - Development at the County Ground
7th February 2018 - Thanks from Steve
22nd January 2018 - Vets Track League



Mark Cawte Memorial Open Meeting

We are holding the Mark Cawte Open Meeting again this year, on Saturday 17th March.

Development at the County Ground

Swindon Town Football in the Community Trust in partnership with Swindon Harriers Athletics Club have resubmitted an amended planning application for the proposed Community Club Hub Facility located on the County Ground recreational area.

Thank you

A thank you message from Swindon Harriers Club Secretary, Steve Connolly.


What, Where & How?

What do we do?

We are involved in Track & Field, Cross Country and Road Running. Many of us are involved in all three at different times of the year. Generally, the Track & Field season runs from April to September, with Cross Country taking over from October to March. Road Running events take place throughout the year.

Where do we meet?

We have various training locations, please see the Club Training Sessions page for full details. If you are looking for directions to the County Ground Track, take a look at our contact us page. If you would like to book our track for an event check out our Track Calendar to see when it may be available.

How is the club organised?

We are organised completely by volunteers. Our coaches, committee members, team managers, officials and helpers are all working for the club in their spare time. All of the money that comes into the club is used to cover our expenses, including hire of facilities, transport, purchase of equipment, training of coaches and officials and general administration.

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