Exeter Harriers Athletics Club Ltd (known as Exeter Harriers) was founded in 1903 and has developed into a flourishing athletics club with a membership of around 250 senior men, women and juniors. Currently it is run entirely by volunteers who act as company directors, board members, coaches, team managers and administrators. The Club competes in various leagues across the region and also nationally. There are competitions available to athletes of any standard: from junior and senior novices and developing athletes in the SW League to higher level seniors in the British Athletics League (BAL) for men and the UK Women’s League. We encourage ALL our members to compete: it is a great way to measure your improved performance and every point helps the club to maintain its position in the various leagues.
South West Athletics Academy is an award winning academy providing high-quality athletics coaching and events for young people and adults. We are committed to supporting athletes and coaches in the South West of England. We believe in: • PARTICIPATION • POTENTIAL • PERFORMANCE
The South West Road Runners were formed in 1984 primarily as a road running club. Since its move to the old Clifton Hill track and then to the new synthetic track at the Exeter Arena in 1992 there has been a broadening of the Club’s activities to include cross country, trail running, and triathlon. The Club now has some 300 members, roughly half men and half ladies. We take runners from the age of eight years, although the great majority of members are now approaching their athletic 'maturity'! Despite our name we don't just specialise in running on the roads. Many of our members can be found competing in cross country or taking part in multi-terrain events or fell races. We also welcome a whole range of abilities, from those who want nothing more than a social jog around town, right up to county representatives and international Age Group decathletes and triathletes. We're also the only club in Devon and Cornwall to regularly enter a team into the prestigious Welsh Castles Relay Race.
Tim Edbrooke is a chartered physiotherapist with over 20 years experience of preventing and treating injuries in the workplace, on the sports field, and in the day to day mill of life. He has worked for the Police Service, in private practice and in local, national and international sport providing expert treatment for a wide range of clients.