Mansfield Harriers athletes competed in a variety of road races over the last week with league action taking place at the third of the Booth league series at Denby.

As the track season moves into full swing Mansfield’s track and field athletes continue to put in some outstanding performances with the highlight being two of the clubs athletes moving into the UK 2015 top 10 for their events.

Mansfield Harriers have been very active over the last week with action both on the track and the road.

Mansfield Harriers had another busy weekend of Track and Field athletics last weekend with action taking place at Sportcity Manchester and Grantham.

Mansfield Harriers had four athletes competing in the 2015 Virgin Money London Marathon this year with each of the runners recording excellent performances.  Two of the younger athletes qualified to compete for the East Midlands in the mini marathon on the same day.

Last weekend saw the annual Track and Field County Championship held at Moorways Stadium Derby on both Saturday and Sunday. Mansfield Harriers went into the championship with high expectations

Mansfield Harriers took in excess of 20 athletes to the first of the Booth Road Race series last week at Teversal.  The league is a 5 race series with events held at various venues throughout Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire and has 12 clubs competing in the competition.

Last weekend saw the annual Track and Field County Championship held at Moorways Stadium Derby on both Saturday and Sunday. Mansfield Harriers went into the championship with high expectations

The first of the four match Nottinghamshire Mini League took place last Sunday at Bingham and Mansfield took a small but strong squad of athletes.

Mansfield Harriers rising middle distance star Archie Rayner produced another stunning performance at the British Milers Club Grand Prix event at the weekend in Manchester competing mainly against senior men he won his event in a 7 second personal best to record a superb 3.57.09.  This time ranks him both 4th in the under 17 age group and the fastest 15 year old in the UK this year.