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Welcome to Wesley Harrier & Athletic Club - Auckland’s friendliest running club
Who will take out the Beehive Mile this year?
Wesley Harrier & Athletic Club
Epsom Methodist Church Hall
P O Box 29085
Greenwoods Corner
Ian Sussex, Club Contact
09 418 1226


Wesley Harrier & Athletic Club
has a proud tradition going back to 1933.
We have current New Zealand representatives in athletics, cross country, triathlon and duathlon.

Whilst our 'home base' is Greenwood's Corner in Epsom our runners reside all over Auckland (including the North Shore).

The majority of the season's events are held Saturday afternoons at different places around Greater Auckland so those involved in other morning winter sports can compete.
(To see the event locations Click Here)

Some benefits of being a Wesley Club Member:
Keep fit for other winter and summer sports
Auckland and New Zealand wide events for juniors & seniors
Quality coaching available
Centrally located
Group runs for all ages
Track, cross country and road running

Click Here to download the 2015/16 Registration Form. Please complete and return. If you are confused email us

For great Sports Nutritional Advice Click Here to download an advice sheet specific to athletics written by NZ sports nutrition experts and supported by the Millennium Institute and Nestle.

AUT Clinic for Running Mechanics
If you are looking to sort out injuries or improve your running ability contact Kelly Sheerin for a full biomechanical assessment and advice.  Kelly and the team are based at the Millennium Institute in Mairangi Bay.  These guys know what they are talking about!  Contact Ian for more info or contact Kelly direct on 921 9999 x7354 or Email

Thinking of going to the US on a scholarship?
Check out this great info from High Performance NZ - Click Here

Athletics NZ have introduced a new registration system which all clubs are being forced to use. You will be able to manage your details personally, at some point, but there is a confidentiality aspect that you should be made aware of.

The new system allows any club registra to look up any athlete in the system. The information they can see is your registration number, full name and birth date. The reason this facility exists is to allow registras to request Athletics NZ to move athletes who are transferring clubs. We have identified this issue to ANZ but despite ongoing flagging of this issue they have ignored our request for this to be addressed.

If you are concerned about this then please
email Brett Addison at Athletics NZ.
18 April Registration Day & Beehive Mile

Venue: Epsom Methodist Church Hall, Cnr Pah & Manukau Roads.
First run of the season. Registrations from 12:30 with the Beehive Mile run through Cornwall Park starting at 2pm.
Bring a friend and your completed registration form. There is a reduction in fees this year as a result of reduced charges from Athletics NZ.

Registration form for 2015/16 season

Registration Promo Poster please print, share, hang in your local shops, etc

25 April Southland Relays
Venue: Lovelock Track, Mt Roskill
Opening relay race for seniors (3k) and juniors(2+k).
1pm Snr/Mst/Jnr Women (3 x 3k laps)
2pm Junior U15 Relay (4 x 2183m)
3pm Snr/Mst/Jnr Men (5 x 3k laps)

Entry fee $10 Seniors, $4.50 Juniors
If you are registered fees then juniors (U15) are free and Seniors are $5 - please bring payment on the day.

If you would like to run then please register your interest here
Register your interest here

For training runs information check out our Training Runs page.

Junior Runners (U13) - Training will recommence 20 April. Meet at Melville Park pavillion at 4:15pm. We are very fortunate that Conal Wilson, one of the top NZ junior runners, has made himself available to look after the juniors this year.
SENIOR RUNNERS/SECONDARY SCHOOL RUNNERS: Contact our coach Bruce Jones on coach@wesley.org.nz should you need any assistance with your training.

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