Belfast

Belfast City Council Mary Peters Track

Athletics House
Old Coach Road
BELFAST
BT9 5PR

Telephone: 028 9060 2707
Fax: 028 9030 9939

Email: info@niathletics.org
Website: http://www.niathletics.org/

Type: Synthetic, 400m, 6 lanes, 6 lane straight

Authority: Belfast City
Ceremonial County: Belfast City

NUTS Name: Belfast

Electronic Map Links:
Multimap 1:10,000 (Street Level)
Multimap 1:25,000 (Area Level)
Multimap 1:50,000 (Area Level)
Multimap 1:100,000 (Road Level)
Multimap 1:200,000 (Road Level)
Streetmap (Street Level)
Streetmap (Area Level)
Streetmap (Road Map)

OS National Grid Reference:
National Grid Reference: Unknown, Unknown

Paper Maps:
Collins Belfast Streetfinder Map E15
OS of NI Discovery 15
OS of NI Greater Belfast (1994 edition) E2

Train: Finaghy (1.5M), Balmoral (1.5M)

Opening Times: Mon-Thu 0930-2100, Fri 0930-1700, Sat-Sun 1000-1700
Is track locked/unavailable for casual use at other times: Yes
Charges: Adult 2.00, Junior 1.50

Track Diagram: Click here
Field Event Facilities: Full - 1 HJ, 3 LJ, 3 TJ (2L-ALT, 1L-ALT shared with PV but no sand pit at either end), 1 SP, 2 DT, 1 HT (DT/HT 2C-INT, DT only (INT, no cage)), 2 JT
S/C Water Jump: Inside track, height fixed

Changing: Full including disabled toilet & shower in pavilion at track
Floodlights: Yes
Seating: None but there are five rows of grass terracing on the home straight

Track Certification: None

Clubs: Abbey AC, Annadale Striders, Ballymena & Antrim AC, City of Lisburn AC, Lagan Valley AC, Newcastle & District AC, North Belfast Harriers, Queens Harriers & AC, St. Annes AC

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Other Info:
The track was originally cinder and referred to as the Malone track. It is believed that synthetic En-Tout-Cas runways were installed here in about 1966 and was the first track in the UK to use such a surface. It is set in very pleasant rural surroundings. The track itself was upgraded to synthetic in the 1970s and named after the 1972 Olympic Pentathlon champion. A new pavilion was built in 1996 and this also houses the offices of the Northern Ireland Athletics Federation. The track was resurfaced in 2002 by Club Track and reopened in Nov 2002 but it will not be remarked until spring 2003.

Last update: 04/11/2002

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