HALLAMSHIRE HARRIERS NOTICE IS GIVEN OF THE CLUB’S ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING THIS WILL BE HELD ON FRIDAY 18th NOVEMBER 2016 AT THE HILLSBOROUGH ARENA NEXT TO HILLSBOROUGH PARK START AT 7.15 p.m. AN AGENDA WILL BE PUBLISHED BEFORE THE AGM AND WILL BE DISTRIBUTED VIA E MAIL WHERE POSSIBLE. PLEASE NOTE THAT ANY RESOLUTIONS MUST BE WITH THE
The club held an Introduction to athletics event at Hillsborough Arena on Saturday 20th August 2016 sponsored by South Yorkshire Sport. Despite the SWFC v Leeds football match and the wet weather forecast the event went really well and we managed to avoid the rain (well most of the time) and interest from football fans. We had around 35-40 children
Hallamshire won the Steel City Cup with 873 points, results of all the races are on the link. steel-cup-2016-results
The Hallamshire Harriers began in August 1896 so this year is our 120th year and we would like to celebrate it with an event to be held for our athletes and their families at – The Hillsborough Arena Sunday 2 October from 4pm to 8pm Celebration medals for each Hallamshire Harriers athlete racing with a trophy for the winner of each of the 120m sprint and 1200m
On Sunday 24 July despite many being away on holiday, our athletes rallied on the day competing in their full allocation of events. They all put outstanding performances and won the final league meeting achieving promotion in a tight league race between Middlesborough, Rotherham and Hallamshire. Congratulations to Middlesborough who were also promoted. Our grateful
Well Done to Cameron Bell and Tilly Simpson for getting selected to run for England (North) at the U20 International. Cameron finished 7th in his race with a time of 1.57.39 and Tilly came 1st in a close race in 2.10.17.
A great story of how on the 90th anniversary of his father winning the Hallam Chase in 1926 his son (aged 70 years) decided to run it in his father’s honour.
HALLAM CHASE (Sheffield) THE RACE The “Hallam Chase” is a Handicap Fell race open to runners from South Yorkshire that has been going since 1862, and is well organised by Hallamshire Harriers. The course is only 3¼ mls long but has a total climb of 800ft, and is an out and back run, starting at the
The meeting today was so close we still haven’t had confirmation who has won. With just the relays to go we were only 2 points behind Middlesbrough!!!!! Whatever the final result the athletes put in a stunning effort today and again were the noisiest club giving loads of cheers and applause to their fellow athletes. Well done everyone (including
The Yorkshire Championships was a very successful weekend for Hallamshire, with many medals won from all age groups. In the U13B 100m final Hallamshire claimed all 3 medals with Joel Vernon finishing 1st in 13:31, Kayden James coming 2nd with a PB of 13.47 and Nathaniel Dyas in 3rd with 13.93. For the U17 Women Alicia Littlejohn
Steve Bayton produced a fine performance in his debut at the marathon to win the Manchester marathon in 2:22:34. Steve was in a chasing group for the early part of the race, before coming through to take the lead in the latter stages to win in convincing style. Pete Hodges hopes of running a PB were frustrated
For the U11 Boys, Cosmo Johnson came 2nd in the 80m in a time of 12.81, he came 1st in his 600m in 1.58.16 and he also won the Long Jump by jumping 3.30m. Sam Lawford came 3rd in his first 100m of the Season in 11.93 and 1st in the Senior Mens 200m in
Saturday 16th April 2016 Competitors at the National Road Relay Championships were faced with cold winds, sunshine, rain and snow flurries. The Senior women’s team finished 14th. Nicky Squires got the team off to a good start on the opening long leg, finishing 14th in 31:46. Charlotte Slack, not helped by the cold conditions, was