Athletics is a sport for all ages and abilities. The Hampshire & IOW Athletics Network is a strong network of clubs in Hampshire providing opportunities for competitive track and field athletics as well as cross country and road running.
A strong volunteer and coaching workforce ensures that there are opportunities to get involved in the sport at every level. Athletics depends upon the commitment and enthusiasm of volunteers and participation is both rewarding and challenging.
For further information, contact Michael Coker, Network Coaching & Performance Officer.
Hampshire & IOW Athletics Network
The Hampshire & IOW Athletics Network has been established to develop athletics at every level, through increased participation, recruitment and retention of athletes, coaches and volunteers.
The network is supported by Hampshire Athletics Association, Sport Hampshire & IOW and Hampshire County Council and comprises:
- 13 Track and Field Clubs (of which 12 have specific junior sections for young athletes) – Aldershot Farnham & District, Andover, Basingstoke & Mid Hants, City of Portsmouth, Fleet & Crookham, Havant, Isle of Wight, New Forest Juniors, Overton Harriers, Royal Navy (no junior section), Stubbington Green, Team Southampton, Winchester & District
- 3 ‘Offshore’ Clubs – Channel Islands, Jersey Spartan, Guernsey Island
- 27 Road Running & Race Walking Clubs – Alton Runners, Broughton Bounders, Denmead Striders, Eastleigh Running Club, Fareham Crusaders, Gears and Tears.com, Gosport Road Runners, Halterworth Harriers, Hampshire Constabulary, Hardley Runners, Hart Road Runners, Haslemere Border, IOW Road Runners, Liss Runners, Lordshill Road Runners, New Forest Runners, Portsmouth Joggers, Romsey Road Runners, Sarnia Walking Club, Southampton Running Sisters, Special Olympics SE Hants, Tadley Runners, Totton Running Club, Victory AC, Wessex Road Runners, West Wight Road Runners, Zoom Tri Club
To find an athletics club near you, use the Sport Hampshire & IOW Find a Club facility
Coaching & Performance Officer