Welcome to Braintree & District Athletic Club
Braintree & District Athletic Club provides a wide range of Athletics Training and Competition for both new and experienced athletes in the Braintree Area. This includes track, field (jumping and throwing), multi event, road running, trail running and cross country.
The club has seen remarkable growth in the last few years, more than doubling in size, with growth seen particularly in the junior sections, endurance, and road running. We compete and train throughout the year with training nights on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Braintree Track.
Find out more about Membership or about becoming a Volunteer
New to Running and 18 or over? Read about our “New to Running” group here. Also find details of our easy-going 5k/10k road running group on the Training page.
AAA Standards. The club subscribes to the AAA Standards Scheme. You can find details of the scheme and a list of our athletes who have qualified here.
Craig Duncan advises that the 6.30pm sprints training session on Thursdays will in future be led by Leighton Green instead of himself.
Results of the Braintree 5 Road Race can be found here.
Details of the remaining Essex Championship events are on our Activities / Track & Field page.
Any membership renewals still outstanding after 1st April leave the athlete unable to compete and uninsured at track due to expiry of their EA affiliation. See here.
Club Fun Day 30th March results can be found from our Activities / Track & Field page or here.
Pictures from our Awards Night are now on our Gallery page.
Track & Field league match entry forms and timetables are now on our Activities / Track & Field page.
General Data Protection Regulation: See Membership Privacy Notice here.
Equipment problem means no hammer or discus training until further notice.
All of our news can be found on our Facebook and Twitter feeds. See links at the bottom of this page. Here is a snippet or two.
|Taylor Gooding won the Under 14 Girls Junior Fell Race at the Dufton Show, Cumbria on Saturday 31st August 2019 on a very wet & windy day. In doing so she won her age category for the fourth year in a row. One of the fields contained some stampeding cows so the race organisers made a last minute change to the race route. Fortunately she was able to quickly recce part of the route just beforehand.
||Congratulations to Rose Sheppad who won the under 17 girls fell race at the Malham Show in the Yorkshire Dales on 24th August. Approx 2.5 miles with 500 ft total climb.
Here is our team at the Essex Road Relays, Harwich on 16th March 2019: