We are the oldest established athletics club in Coventry, and cater for all types of athletic events and all age groups. We compete at local, regional and national levels.
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This will take place on Saturday and Sunday 20-21 August. Click here for the prospectus and entry forms.
This will take place on 24th August at 6.45p.m. Click here for entry details.
The Club AGM was held on 11th July. Reports are available via the Newssheets Page.
Congratulations to the following club members who have been selected for the Rio Paralympics:
Mel Nicholls T34 400m, 800m
Hannah Cockroft (Second claim Godiva) T34 100m, 400m, 800m
Newly added are:
Kare Adenegan T34 100m, 400m, 800m (Paralympics Debut)
Ben Rowlings T34 100m, 800m (European Record Holder 800m; Paralympics Debut)
Kylie Grimes F51 Club Throw (London 2012 Paralympian in Wheelchair Rugby. Has competed at Godiva Classic)
Plus two in other sports:
Lauren Rowles Para-Rowing. Formerly GB junior / England CWG 2014. (Paralympics Debut)
Charlotte Moore Wheelchair Basketball. Former London Mini Marathon Champ. (Paralympics Debut)
Congratulations to Alex Farquharson on his Long Jump selection for the GB team for the forthcoming IAAF World Junior (U20) Championships in Bydgoszcz, Poland from 19 to 24 July.
The selection is a just reward for his consistent performances this year which have been a considerable step up from last year. This is a great credit to his hard work and the work of his coach, Andy Vincent.
He goes to Poland as GB number one. His record for the year so far being:
The last week of June saw Coventry Godiva athletes performing in the British Championships at Birmingham and wider afield.
Alex Farquharson competing in his first GB international in Mannheim, Germany having previously set a Godiva Junior record in the Long jump of 7.70m at Bedford, recorded 7.29m to finish 4th.
On the opening night of the British Championships the Godiva Under-20 4 x 100m relay team of Jordan Leith, Josiah Hyacyinth, Morgan Amed and Lyle Sargent scored a good victory to beat Birchfield Harriers and Rugby & Northampton with a time of 43.40 to 43.78 and 45.15.
Jordan Broome was up against the cream of British sprinting and finished 7th in his 100m heat in 10.74 secs. Rowena Cole ran a good heat of the women's 800m in a time of 2:03.57 to progress to the final but found that somewhat more difficult, to finish 8th in 2:06.54
Godiva's only other contestant was Katrina Wotton in the 5000m and after an injury strewn year posted 16:11.18 to finish 12th
Whilst the the higher level competitions were in evidence Club competitions were continuing:
June 26th - UK Youth Development League (Upper Age group) at Loughborough; the team result was:
|2||Wolverhampton & Bilston||759|
|3||Coventry Godiva Harriers||536|
|5||Leicester Coritanian AC||428|
|6||Team Bicester Banbury||377|
|7||Solihull & Smallheath AC||340|
|8||Bromsgrove & Redditch||183|
|4||Leamington C & AC||315|
|5||Bromsgrove & Redditch||306|
Coaches and athletes should note that work on the National Automotive Innovation Centre has resulted in the closure of the path leading from the track to the main campus. This will remain so until the project is finished. The map shows the details of alternative access, and the concept art shows how it will ultimately look there.
While the club has times of exclusive use of the track, athletes may want to make use of the facilities at other times. To avoid other other organisations' bookings, check on the University's booking schedule given here
Godiva athletes are advised that, on presentation of a valid membership card, the following discounts are available:
10% discount on purchases.
Canley Road branch
10% discount on purchases.