Enfield and Haringey Athletic Club
Enfield and Haringey AC was formed in 1999 with the merger of Borough of Enfield Harriers (BoEH) and Haringey AC. BoEH was created in 1965 by the amalgamation of Enfield AC, founded 1920, and Ponders End AC (1922). Haringey AC was originally Southgate Harriers, a club formed in 1932 by a breakaway group from the Southgate & Wood Green Sports Association. In 1974, Southgate AC moved its HQ from Broomfield Park to White Hart Lane Community Sports Centre and adopted the title Haringey & Southgate AC which was later shortened to Haringey AC. 
- British Athletics League
- First Place: 1984, 1986, 1988, 1990, 1991, 1993
- Second Place: 1981, 1982, 1983, 1987, 1989, 1992
- Third Place: 1985, 1995
- European Champion Clubs Cup
- Second Place: 1992
- Third Place: 1985, 2008
- National U17 Champions for 8 successive years
- National U20 Champions for 9 successive years
- European U20 Champions in 2003 and finalists for past 7 years.
Most recently, National Young Athletes League Final, September 2006. In doing so, stopping the three year strangle hold on the title by Blackheath and Bromley Harriers.
|Paul Valle||200 meters||1948|
|John Giles||shot put||1948 & 1952|
|Stan Cox||10000 meters & marathon||1948 & 1952|
|John Wrighton ||400 meters||1960|
|Alan Lerwill ||long jump||1968 & 1972|
|Geoff Capes ||shot put||1972, 1976 & 1980|
|Roy Mitchell ||long jump||1976|
|Gary Oakes ||400 meter hurdles||1980|
|Heather Oakes ||4x100 meter relay||1980 & 1984|
|Sebastian Coe ||800 meters & 1500 meters||1980 & 1984|
|Keith Stock||pole vault||1984|
|Roald Bradstock||javelin throw||1984 & 1988|
|John Herbert||triple jump||1984 & 1988|
|Matthew Mileham||hammer throw||1984 & 1988|
|Mike McFarlane||4x100 meters relay||1988|
|Brian Whittle||400 meters||1988|
|Tony Jarrett||110 meters hurdles||1988, 1992 & 2000|
|Steve Crabb||1500 meters||1988 & 1992|
|Dalton Grant||high jump||1988, 1992 & 1996|
|Simon Williams||discus throw||1992|
|Shaun Pickering||shot put||1996|
- Bernard Eeles: 800 meters 1934 Commonwealth Games, Sydney.
- Leon Baptiste: 200 meters 2010 Commonwealth Games
- Graham Eggleton:
- Wayne Griffith:
- Bill Land:
- Keith Stock:
- Hugh Teape:
- Solomon Wariso:
- "A Potted History of Enfield & Haringey AC". Enfield & Haringey AC. Archived from the original on 19 April 2015. Retrieved 25 July 2015.
- "The golden years of Haringey AC are officially celebrated". Inside the games. 3 October 2013. Retrieved 25 July 2015.
- "Carrying the Torch: Haringey's Olympic History". Haringey Council. Retrieved 25 July 2015.
- John Wrighton profile at Power of 10
- Alan Lerwill profile at Power of 10
- Geoff Capes profile at Power of 10
- Roy Mitchell profile at Power of 10
- Gary Oakes profile at Power of 10
- Heather Oakes profile at Power of 10
- Seb Coe profile at Power of 10
- Keith Stock profile at Power of 10
- Shaun Pickering profile at Power of 10
- Groom, Graham. The complete book of the common wealth games. Lulu press. ISBN 978-1-291-57638-2.
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