RUN WITH SLH
If you answered yes to one or more of these, then South London Harriers could be the Club for you to join. We cater for everyone, from the most casual jogger to national champions and we have them both! No-one is too good and no-one is not good enough.
We offer you regular organised training and competition, and we welcome you to come along and see if you like what we do, before you commit to joining.
Crystal Palace and Track Coulsdon are our track and field bases, with training all year, Tuesdays and Thursdays, and competition throughout Spring and Summer.
Our Headquarters in Coulsdon caters for cross-country and road running training, depending on the time of the year. Our qualified coaches organise interval sessions, or there is the option of a pack run. Organised sessions are Tuesday and Thursday evenings and Sunday mornings and are suitable for all abilities. From September onwards, there is a cross-country race nearly every weekend, many of which are local. Club members participate in most local road races, and we host five open races during the year.
Our triathlon section has coached swim sessions three times a week, regular bike rides and running with the rest of the club. Members compete in races from sprint distance to Ironman including Duathlons and Aquathons.
For young athletes, we provide opportunities at both Crystal Palace and at Track Coulsdon. We have attained Clubmark which recognises SLH as a well run , organised and safe club for Young Athletes.
And in addition, we have a very active social side to the Club… Whatever you are looking for,
South London Harriers can provide it.
Subscription rates for the year from 1st October 2014 :-
£52.00 Seniors (includes £12 UKA affiliation)
£37.00 Under 20 years old on 1.10.2014 / Full time Student / Unemployed (includes £12 UKA affiliation)
£25.00 Under 11 years old (too young for UKA affiliation)
£15.00 Non active (not UKA affiliated)
SURREY INDOOR CHAMPS
There were some excellent performances by our athletes over the weekend at the Surrey Indoor Championships held at the David Weir Leisure Centre, Sutton.
Alisha Reid in her first Championship took a silver medal in the U13 girls 60m running 8.48 and took gold in the long jump with 3.96.
Ethan Murray looked back to his best taking the gold medal in the U15 boys 60m in 7.56.
His brother Brandon did very well to makethe final of the U20mens 60m where he finished 5th in 7.35.
The throwers all looked really good and proved that their winter training has gone well.
Tom Bullen took the gold medal in the senior mens shot with a throw 12.26. Nathan Fergus took silver in the U20mens shot with a throw of 12.53. Calum O’Neill took gold in the U17mens shot with 11.68, and Phillip Bartlett was 2nd in the U15 boys shot with a throw of 11.76. Well done to our athletes and we look forward to seeing them compete in the coming track and field season.
END of XC SEASON SUPPER
It looks like being one of our most successful cross country seasons for a while so come along and celebrate our success at the End of Season Supper to be held in the Club House on the 21st March 7pm for 7.30pm.
Primary Schools' XC
The second fixture took place at Woodcote School on Saturday 17th. January. These races are proving to be more and more popular with 267 young athletes taking part on a day when the Surrey Schools championships were also taking place at Reigate.
As usual, SLH will be providing volunteers to help at this year's event on 26th. April. If you have not done this before or would like to do so again, please contact Richard Carter, email@example.com. This is a great way to help the club, see the race and get brownie points for a club place in the future.
SURREY LEAGUE DIV 1
A good day for our men and women in the Surrey League. At Roehampton the ladies performed well with the Billups twins both scoring for the team. Unfortunately Mary James had to pull up with a reoccurenece of her calf problem but everyone else ran to their utmost.