Whether planning to return to fitness after a tough year, or wanting to test a new-found love for exercise, Liverpool Running Club (LRC) could be your answer.
Katarina Johnson-Thompson says that the Olympics will be won and lost on who has handled the pandemic the best. The Heptathlon World Champion was in terrific form heading into the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games.
Today is International Women’s Day and Merseyside has produced many great sportswomen over the years who deserve to be celebrated! So we've drawn up our own ‘Super Six’ who have done the region proud and become role models for the next generation of great sportswomen.
Liverpool Harriers athlete Jamie Webb picked up a bronze medal yesterday in the 800m final of the European Indoor Championships. And his club mate James Williams also won bronze helping the 4x400m relay team to third at Torun.
Cheshire county 3,000M runner Amy-Eliose Markovc will be taking part in the Women's heats today at the European Indoor Athletics Championship being held in Torun, Poland. Marckovc could also face other Team GB members Amelia Quirk and Verity Ockenden. The Cheshire...
Liverpool Harriers athletes James Williams and Jamie Webb have travelled to Torun to represent Team GB in this weekend's European Indoor Athletics Championships. 400m runner Williams' call-up is his first for his country, and he told Crickcastpod that he couldn't...
Members at Southport Waterloo AC are keen to get back on track soon after Boris Johnson unveiled his "roadmap" out of lockdown for grassroots sports this week. And Barrie Hughes, track and field secretary of Southport Waterloo Athletic Club, said he is confident athletes will be ready given the all clear.
British heptathlete Katarina Johnson-Thompson has revealved via her official instagram page that she suffered an achilles injury at the end of last year. 'At the very end of last year I sustained an injury to my achilles. As a result...
Last November when Stephen Carroll was elected President of Liverpool Harriers & AC, the city’s biggest running club and one of the most decorated in the country, he had no ideas of the challenges he would have to face during his first year in charge.
A number of Merseyside athletes including World champion Katarina Johnson-Thompson have been offered places on the 2020/2021 Olympic and Paralympic World Class Programme.