1. Club Outing to Dervock Half Marathon & 10K

    Folks I’ve moved the message thread for this from the old club forum to this website – see here for details – http://www.larneac.co.uk/index.php/forum/races-category/3-club-outing-to-dervock-half-marathon-10k    

  2. Website Registration

    Folks the new website should now be setup to allow members to register. To do this please use the ‘Create an Account’ link in the Login Form in the bottom…

  3. Larne AC Couch to 5K


    Let’s say you’ve been doing a lot of sitting on the couch and you’re beginning to feel a little lumpy. The most exercise you’ve had is walking from the sofa to the fridge and clicking through television channels. Eventually, watching athletes at the top of their game on the sports networks inspires you to get in shape, so you lace up your shoes and go for a run. Minutes later, you have pains in your side, can’t catch your breath and can barely make it around the block.

  4. EGM Venue and Agenda


    DATE: Tuesday 25th June 2013

    TIME: 7pm


    This meeting is an opportunity for all Larne Athletic Club members to hear about the planned development of the club, and to contribute their suggestions and ideas.

  5. Hillclimb Handicap – Tues 2nd July 7pm

    This is the last race in the handicap series, please add your name to the message board if you intend to run or help out, we will need to know…

  6. Club Outing to Dervock Half Marathon & 10K

    The club are going to organise a bus to Dervock on Saturday 20th July. Its part of the Kennedy Kane Festival of running. Full details to follow and if interested…

  7. Coaching Awards

    Would those club members who are interested in undertaking any of the Athletics NI accredited coaching awards please contact a member of the committee to register their interest (alternatively send…

  8. New Course Record Set at AES Larne Half Marathon

    On Saturday 8th June 2013, Larne Athletic Club hosted their re-scheduled AES Larne Half Marathon, and conditions could not have been more different to those that led to the postponement of the original event in March.

    In glorious sunshine, over 1,500 runners took to the start line, which was situated on the picturesque Antrim Coastline with views reaching as far away as Scotland. Initially, the runners veered inland where they completed a lap of the town centre, before returning to the Coast Road; by which time the podium places were already becoming apparent.