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.

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.

Another busy weekend for Mansfield Harriers saw athletes at various events across the country with the headline event being the English Schools Cross Country Championships at Blackburn.

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 had a busy weekend with athletes at three different events competing on both cross country and road.

As the cross country season draws to a close several Mansfield athletes tested themselves at the Charnwood Open Track and Field meeting at Loughborough University last Saturday.

The English National Cross Country Championships were held last Saturday at Parliament Hill Fields London, the event being the highlight of the cross country calendar. 

Mansfield Harriers had teams entered for the Midlands Men’s 12 stage and ladies 6 stage road relays at Sutton Park in Sutton Coldfield last weekend.

Last weekend Mansfield’s junior athletes were competing in the Nottinghamshire Schools Cross Country Championships at Worksop College with places up for grabs in the team to represent the County in the final at Blackburn on March 14th. The top 7 in the senior, inter and junior race are selected into the county teams with competition on the day fierce.

Mansfield Harrier’s athlete Archie Rayner competed for the England Schools team at the weekend In Dublin against the best from Scotland, Wales and Ireland.