Bury Athletic Club
Based at the track on Market Street, Bury (opposite Bury College), Bury Athletic Club is a friendly but competitive nationally ranked athletics club with teams and individuals competing at all levels in the sport. We are run entirely by volunteers who give generously of their time to coach, officiate and support our members.
We can provide you the opportunity to train and compete at whatever level you choose. We offer a fun running section for seniors, but we do stipulate that juniors commit to competing for the club.
You can be part of a friendly athletics club with all members enjoying taking part in a sport that provides the chance for everyone to find the event that suits them best.
We are always looking for new volunteers to join our brilliant group of coaches, officials and helpers to make athletics happen in Bury.
Are you a wheelchair user looking to get out and get moving? Have you ever been inspired to try a wheelchair sport?
A racing wheelchair is specially designed for competing on the track and road. Much longer than a day chair or sports chair, they are made using lightweight materials. Bury has a new opportunity for individuals with physical disabilities that can...read more
The final of the Bury AC Mini Leagues took place on Wednesday 10th July with over 50 young athletes participating. The spectators were treated to some marvelous performances. The full results can be accessed on the link below: Mini League Results...read more
The weather conditions proved perfect for Bury AC's inaugural 10,000 m track race. 26 competitors started with Ben Coop taking an early lead from Altrincham's Dave Norman and Salford's Paul Bannister. Five laps in it looked like the first three was...read more
The Greater Manchester Track and Field Championships take place over the weekend of 11th and 12th May 2019 and will be held at Leigh Sports Village. The closing date for entries is 28th April and it would be great for Bury AC to build on the...read more
Bury AC Member and Coach Irfan Qureshi will be running in next Sunday's London Marathon. Whilst Irfan doubts he will be presenting problems for Eliud Kipchoge or Mo Farah - he wil be hoping that his efforts will be rewarded by generous sponsorship...read more
The Club's fundraising committee have been doing brilliant work and were successful in their bid to the Local Authority's Social Capital Fund. This brought in over £6,000 which has been invested in upgrading the cinder track. The photographs below...read more