Welcome to the website of Radley AC, Oxfordshire's premier athletic club, coaching athletes since 1972.

We are situated at Tilsley Park in Abingdon and train on Monday and Wednesday nights starting around 6:00 pm.

Looking to join us? We offer a full range of athletics activities for all ages, abilities and interests.

Radley AC is Club Mark accredited and affiliated to UK Athletics, SEAA, Oxfordshire Athletics Association & Oxfordshire Athletics Network.

Radley U13 athletes represent Oxfordshire

Congratulations to the seven Radley athletes who were selected to represent Oxfordshire at the Under 13 Intercounties meeting at Kingston on 29th July. They made up more than a quarter of the team which was formed from the best athletes in the county. Competing against some of the highest standard athletes in the country they achieved at least 5 personal bests in wet and miserable conditions, as well as a number of other great performances. They all conducted themselves well, and were a credit to the club.

OJL Match 2 – Horspath, 9 July 2017

Thank you and well done to all athletes who took part in the Oxon League match 2 at Horspath last Sunday.  Also a big thank you to our officials, coaches and parents who supported us.
It was a great day with some fantastic results and pb's.
A special well done to the U11 boys who came first and to Tom Cole for breaking two Club records in the 75m - 11 seconds and the Vortex - 42.55m.

Oxon AA Committee Positions

Please read this post from Oxon AA, the original post is available on their website here (link is external).

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I write this note in June to allow clubs to discuss the contents among their members.

Each year, the average age of the County Committee increases – we need new blood to take over some of the roles in running county events. For the last few years at the AGM, it has been tacitly assumed that the status quo will persist for the ensuing year. This is about to change.

County Champs 3K

19 year old Alex Miell-Ingram won the County Champs 3K in impressive style kicking from the bell to open up a huge lead over the final lap. This was in 30 degree temperatures and after running a 5K for his Radley team the previous day. Alex’s winning time of 9.04 was also a pb and therefore broke his own CR.