Athletics

Athletics

WELCOME TO THE OFFICIAL UNIVERSITY OF BRIGHTON ATHLETICS CLUB PAGE!

Grace Jenkins wins silver in the women s discus throw.  May 2013Nicole Taylor wins bronze in the 3000m Steeplechase. May 2013Men's 4x400m relay team. May 2013

The core of the Athletics Team trains at Sussex Downs College, Eastbourne twice a week.

We also have athletes in Brighton and Hastings that train at their local track.

We all come together to compete at four championships during the year. These are;

BUCS Cross Country Championships

BUCS Indoor Championships

BUCS Outdoor Championships

BUCS Multi-Events Championships 

All standards and abilties of athletes are welcome to come along and train with the team.

We have weekly socials in Eastbourne where everyone gets to know each other better and has lots of fun. 

GET INVOLVED

STUDENT CLUB | DETAILS

Locations: Sports Park, Eastbourne (Sessions are run alongside Eastbourne Athletics Club)

Brighton students see below.

Type: Competitions and training

Details: We meet weekly to train for our disciplines. We also compete as the University of Brighton at BUCS indoor, outdoor and cross country events. If you are based in Brighton then get in touch as we can put you in touch with local training and can enter you as part of our team for competitions if you meet the minimum standards.

See the bottom of this page for club contacts and social media accounts relating to this club.

STUDENT CLUB | MEMBER CATEGORY

Costs: £5 a year. Personal contribution required if eligible for BUCS national championships. Entry, travel and accomodation are subsidised.

Bronze Off-site members can access personal injury insurance, centrally organised BUCS event cost contribution and admin support.

Buy your Sports Federation Membership here once you know you are taking part in club activities.

Click here to open our Sports Clubs first session guide. This will detail how to get involved in sports clubs at the University of Brighton. Some first sessions are trials and some are simply an open first session for you to give something a go.

You can take part in as many clubs as you like and can fit in. You only need to buy one membership which should be for the club that  requires the highest category membership. So if you do both a Bronze BUCS and Bronze Off-Site club then you just need a Bronze BUCS card. You only need to buy a membership if you are taking part in a BUCS fixture or you plan to continue to attend after the 31st October (whichever comes first). This gives you a great opportunity to try before you buy. Contact Sport Brighton if you have any questions.

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