Bury Athletic Club
Based at the track on Market Street, Bury (opposite Bury College), Bury Athletic Club is a competitive nationally ranked athletics club with teams and individuals competing at the highest level.
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 (all volunteers) who give so generously of their time to make athletics happen in Bury.
Following England's brilliant performance on Saturday that takes them to the semi finals on Wednesday 11th July, Bury AC confirms the Mini League originally scheduled for that date will NOW be held at 7.00 pm on Wednesday 18th July. Come on...read more
A small group of just 10 athletes from Bury AC travelled to Ashton on Sunday to compete in the third Youth Development League Upper fixture of the year. The team amassed a total of 188 points collectively, giving Bury 4th place out of the 8 teams...read more
Bury AC hosted the Bury Primary School Sports Association Athletics Championships at their Market Street track on Saturday. The event, organised by Ben Coop a Bury AC member and teacher at Greenmount Primary School, saw over 200 children from 21...read more
Bury AC members were amongst the medals in the Greater Manchester Schools Track and Field championships held at Trafford on Saturday. Brandon Quinton was Bury’s sole gold medallist, he demolished the field in the intermediate boys 3000m, winning by...read more
Bury AC hosted the second of the four North of England Track and Field League meetings at the Market Street track on Sunday. Team Manager Giles Bennett had worked hard on team selection with the intention of improving upon the 5th place achieved at...read more
Over 100 young athletes competed in the first of the three popular Bury AC Mini League meetings. The weather was kind and the rain held off until after the medal presentations. The results can be accessed clicking on the link below. Results 13 Jun...read more
It was a clean sweep for Bury AC at the Cowm 5k in Whitworth on Wednesday. Byron Edwards was first across the line in 17.20, followed by Ben Jones (17.53) with Paul Johnston (18.21) making it the one-two-three. Maintaining the winning streak, Lizzi...read more
Last weekend Bury hosted the Greater Manchester track and field championships for the first time in the clubs history. The perfect weather heralded a number of medal winning performances from Bury athletes. It was also excellent to see so many Bury...read more
Quite a large Bury contingent travelled to Trafford for the first of four Cheshire League meetings. Individual victories were limited with just Jena Dickinson (100m and B shot), Ella Hall (A shot), Jay Cook (discus) and the under 13 boys sprint ...read more
It was a frustrating fifth position for Bury in the opening Northern League fixture of the year, held at Blackburn, finishing a frustrating 4.5 points behind Spenborough. There are three remaining fixtures and Bury must secure fourth position or...read more
Bury will host 3 of its very popular mini-league meetings for young athletes in June, July and August. The meetings will take place at the Market Street track at the usual start time of 7.00pm on: Wednesday 13th June Wednesday 11th July Wednesday...read more