Nuneaton Harriers Athletic Club is based at the Pingles Stadium in Nuneaton where we have an 8-lane 400m floodlit all-weather running track and clubhouse.
We welcome athletes of all standards, from fun runners through to international level competitors and have active athletes from age 7 to over 70. There is a large and vibrant young athletes section.
We provide training and qualified coaching with opportunities to compete in local, regional and national level competitions. We compete in track and field athletics, road running, race walking and cross country races. There are teams dedicated to young athletes, junior, senior and masters (age over 35 years) athletes.
New members are always welcome. Contact us or come to The Pingles clubhouse (Pingles Stadium, Avenue Road, Nuneaton. CV11 4LX) at 6:30pm on one of the club training nights for an assessment and induction. The young athletes (generally under 16 years old) train on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:30pm whilst older and more experienced members meet at 7:30pm. Note - all athletes under 16 years old must be accompanied by a parent or guardian for the induction session.
If you are over 16 years old, new to running and would like to join a beginners group please try the Saturday morning session at 10am.
We meet for training at the Pingles Stadium
Sessions for club members are on Tuesday and Thursday evenings at;
6.30pm - 7.30 pm development (min. 7 years old)
7.30pm - 8.30pm performance
Club session fees
£3 per session for club members, £4 for non members.
Note - You must show your membership card at the kiosk to get the member's rate
There are also open sessions for adults on;
Wednesday 9:30am - 10:30am, and
Saturdays 10:00am to 11:00am
All abilities are welcome to these open sessions which will suit complete beginners through to experienced racers - no membership is required for the Weds/Sat sessions - pay the session fee of £2 at the kiosk and sign the visitors' book in the clubhouse.
Generally under 13s are coached in several groups and they experience a wide variety of athletic events over the year. After 7.30pm the coaching is more specialised but all athletes can try out different events. All the coaches are qualified though UKA.
Race walking covers all age groups - the walking sessions usually begin at 6.30pm.
Latest club newsletter and results (edition 33) available here
NUNEATON 10K RESULTS - HERE
Harriers young athletes Heart of England team win promotion
1 Sept - Nuneaton women masters win Midland Veterans league cup final
9 Sept - Nuneaton women take clean sweep on the podium in Nuneaton 10k