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Track Closure Details | Christmas 2015 Posted: December 15th 2015   16:56
Please note that as the track will be closed over the Christmas period there will be no training at this time. The last training session will be Thursday 19th December 2015. Training will restart on Monday 4th January 2016. Discuss with your individual coaches for any differences to the above.  Read More
European Cross Country Championships Hyeres France 13th December 2015 Posted: December 13th 2015   20:07
The European Cross Country Championships were held at the Hyeres Hippodrome horse racing track in Southern France on a typical European course which was completely flat apart from a few small artificial hills and some logs put in by the organisers. Warrington Athletic Clubâ��s under 20 Cross Country star Harriet Knowles-Jones   Read More
English Schools Cross Country Cup Final Bedford 5th December 2015 Posted: December 13th 2015   20:07
Warrington Athletic Club’s under 15 India Hayes competing for Loretto School in Altrincham had a very good run in the English Schools Cross Country Cup Final held at Bedford on Saturday 5th December finishing in 17th place in a time of 10 minutes 20 seconds leading her team to 11th place. Read More
Sale Harriers Indoor Open Meeting Sportcity 6th December 2015 Posted: December 10th 2015   16:41
Sale Harriers held their first indoor open meeting of the season at Sportcity Manchester on Sunday 6th December. In the series of 600 metre races under 20 Carys McAulay won her race in a new personal best time of 1 minute 32.19 seconds which puts her top in the under 20 Uk rankings and is a new club record at both under 20 and senior   Read More
Manchester Area Cross Country League Boggart Hole Clough 5th December 2015 Posted: December 8th 2015   08:22
The third meeting of the Manchester Area Cross Country League took place on Saturday 5th December at Boggart Hole Clough Manchester with 14 Warrington Athletic Club runners taking part.Due to the weather earlier in the week the course had to be altered from the normal course but the underfoot conditions were still atrocious with   Read More