Mansfield Harriers have been out racing across the UK over the last two weekends with the familiar blue and green vests seen from Sutton Coldfield to Edinburgh. Championship racing took place at Sutton Coldfield which was the venue for the National Masters road relays where Mansfield had one men’s team and two ladies compete.

Competing in the second of the series of five, Mansfield Harriers once again had huge numbers turn out at the Nottinghamshire summer league at Holme Pierrepont in Nottingham. Run over a very flat 5 mile course Mansfield had 39 finish which is a record number of finishers for the club in this league.

Mansfield Harriers turned out in force for the first of the five races in the Booth Decorators Summer League last week at Teversal. An impressive 20 athletes completed the 4.5 mile race around the local trails in a huge field of close to 450 competitors.

Mansfield Harriers have just had one of the busiest weeks of the club’s  year with action on both Track and Road.   As the club’s resurgence continues large numbers of athletes competed in all events.

Mansfield Harriers have seen early season Track and Field action this weekend with athletes competing at the Spring Spruce event at Harvey Haddon stadium in Nottingham. In glorious but windy conditions the Harriers athletes all showed they had wintered well.

Two of Mansfield Harriers young track stars travelled south last week to compete in the Watford Open and BMC meeting. Like Trafford in the North the Watford meetings are the premier endurance fixtures in the south. Racing again in cold and windy conditions Luke Duffy and Archie Rayner put in two more sensational performances.

Another busy week of cross country, road and fell action for Mansfield Harriers that saw athletes once again competing across the UK. The highlight of the weekend was the final cross country events of the winter with Mansfield athletes competing in the English Primary Schools and year 7 Cross Country Championships at Prestwold Hall near Loughborough and the Home Countries international in South Wales.

Three of Mansfield Harriers junior England international athletes opened the 2017 Track and Field season at the Trafford Athletic Club open meeting last week. These meetings are the premier endurance fixtures in the North of England and the meeting was held in very cold and windy conditions.

Mansfield Harriers have had a hectic weekend of action with athletes competing across England on the roads, cross country and track.

The first of the five race Nottinghamshire AAA Summer League series took place last week at Hexgrave Hall and Mansfield Harriers had its biggest contingent competing for many years with 36 green and blue vests crossing the finishing line in a record field of 595 finishers. The race saw many fine performances from the Mansfield club in both the team and individual competitions and shows great promise for the season.