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Welcome to Larne Athletic Club

Larne AC

Larne Athletic Club is Larne’s leading athletics club and reached a milestone 25th anniversary in 2013.

We are a friendly club and welcome all level of abilities of like minded people who may take their running seriously (but not that seriously!) or may just want to keep a bit fitter.

We are proud that runners all over the world come to compete in our Larne Half Marathon event each March and are pleased to be able to donate a proportion of the proceeds to local charities. 

Most of all though we enjoy running!  Follow us on Twitter or join our Facebook group.

 


 

Larne Half Marathon 2015

Revised results now available here, also check out our collection of photos in our gallery - many thanks to Chris Gilbert for providing these.

We are pleased to announce that online registration for this years Larne Half Marathon is now open. The event which is again sponsored by AES will take place 

lhm2015-smallon Saturday 21st March 2015 at 11:00 (note the Walk will commence at 10am). It features all the usual ingredients that go to make it one of the most popular events on the local racing circuit :-

 

  • A great scenic run along the Antrim Coast Road
  • Accurately measured course
  • Large number of marshals on the course
  • Water supplied on the course
  • Technical T-Shirt
  • Commemorative race medal designed by local primary school children
  • Ideal timing for anyone doing Belfast or London Marathon
  • Pre and post race massage

  • Sandwiches, tea and coffee for runners and spectators
  • Family atmosphere
  • A proportion of each entry fee is donated to charity
  • All for a great value price!

 

Find out more at the Larne Half Marathon Website where we will be posting regular updates about the race over the coming weeks. Also checkout our half marathon Facebook page for all the latest news in the build up to the big day - https://www.facebook.com/AESLarnehalfmarathon

Last year's results available HERE

  


  

Training

Join us whatever your level of ability (must be over 15 years). During the Autumn/Winter months we meet at the Bowling Club on the Curran Road and train in various locations in and around the town. Training sessions start at 7pm so please arrive early to ensure a prompt start. All new members welcome.

Some information on our training group structure can be found - here

During the darker evenings and in the interests of personal safety, could all runners make sure they are wearing some hi viz reflective/fourescent clothing.

Meeting Points

Both nights - Bowling Club, Curran Road

 

Date Group A Group B Group C Group D Steady Run/ RFF XC
24-March

 

 

 

Warm up, 4x3 minutes
intervals (5K pace), 90 sec
jog recoveries; 4 x 15 sec
strides, (use 1 mile loop - bay
road - tower road)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Warm up, 4x3 minutes
intervals (5K pace), 90 sec jog
recoveries; 4 x 15 sec strides, (use 1 mile loop - bay road - tower
road)

 

 

 

 

 

Warm up, 6x3 minutes
intervals (5K pace), 90 sec
jog recoveries; 4 x 15 sec
strides, (from harbour
gate towards the snake on
the prom and back again)

 

 

 

 

Warm up, 6x3 minutes
intervals (5K pace), 90 sec
jog recoveries; 4 x 15 sec
strides (from harbour gate
towards the snake on the
prom and back again)

 

 

ROUTE 2 . 4.2miles : Curran
Road, Main Street, Agnew
Street, Old Glenarm Road,
Greenland Road, The
Roddens, Antiville Road,
Harbour Highway, Pound
Street, Victoria Road,
Glenarm Road, Curran Road

RFF 2-3 loops Bay Rd Tower Rd Including variety of Techniques 

Kay  Alan Beverley David  ( Steady Ian B + Emily ) - ( RFF Kirsten) 
26-Mar

 

 

 

Warm up, Bottom of Dual
Carriageway - 2(3 x 2 minute
hills)

 

 

 

 

 

Warm up, Bottom of Dual
Carriageway - 2(3 x 2 minute
hills)

 

 

 

 

Warm up, Top of Dual
Carriageway - 8 x 2 minute
hills

 

 

 

 

Warm up, Top of Dual
Carriageway - 8 x 2 minute
hills

 

 

ROUTE 1. 4.19 miles : Curran
Road, Coastguard Road,
Harbour Highway, Circular
Road, Station Road, High
Street, Pound Street, Victoria
Road, Glenarm Road,
Promenade, Bay Road,
Curran Road

 

RFF - 

2-3 loops Bay Rd
Tower Rd
Including variety
of Techniques

 

W/up - dynamic drills - Main session TBC
 Eddie  Damian  Jackie  Ian B

( Steady Run Margaret + Robin ) - RFF Cathy

 Rhonda

We're always eager to get constructive feedback on our training sessions so please either talk to Leaders/Coaches on training nights or send an email to  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .


 

Larne AC Membership

Larne AC's membership runs from 1 June to 31 May

To join online for the current year click here