Newport Harriers Athletics Club was established in 1896; making it South Wales’s oldest athletics club.  The club has a rich history of competing at road and cross country and running; and track and field athletics involving the sprinting, jumping and throwing events and middle distance running.  


We are proud to have helped the development of world class Olympic medallists such as Christian Malcolm and Jamie Baulch; and world record holder for the marathon, Steve Jones.

We are a very diverse and welcoming club for athletes of all abilities and backgrounds.  With younger children we aim to develop strong and healthy all round athletes before training them to compete in specific events.Training nights at the stadium are on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday; although some training groups will organise separate sessions at locations away from the track at other times.

Opening Hours

Monday: 5.30PM to 7PM

Tuesday: 5:30PM to 8.30PM

Wednesday: CLOSED

Thursday: 5:30PM to 8.30PM

Friday – Sunday: CLOSED

By becoming a member of the club, you are automatically agreeing to the codes of practice as stated by Welsh Athletics – this relates to the codes of conduct, to the rules of UK Athletics and to adhere to all anti-doping rules and regulations. All members shall be deemed to have made him/herself/themselves familiar with and agreed to be bound by the UKA Anti-Doping Rules and to submit to the authority of UKA Anti-Doping in the application and enforcement of the Anti Doping rules. The UKA Anti-Doping rules apply to all members participating in Athletics for a minimum of 12 months from the commencement of membership, whether or not the member of a citizen of, or resident in, the UK.



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