When is it

Masters Grand Prix is back for a whole day of outdoor track and field action on Saturday 13th July 2024.

Where is it

This event will take place at Sheffield Hallam University City Athletics Stadium.

Sheffield Hallam University City Athletics Stadium
Woodbourn Road
S9 3HL



Here is a provisional timetable of events.

Races are seeded by PB supplied and will be fastest race to slowest.

  • 11:00 – 3000m
  • 11:40 – 300mh/400mh
  • 12:05 – 800m
  • 13:30 – 100m
  • 14:30 – 1500m
  • 15:15 – 200m
  • 16:15 – 400m


  • 10:30 – Shot (Women)
  • 10:30 – Hammer (Men)
  • 11:00 – Pole Vault (ALL)
  • 12:00 – Shot (Men)
  • 12:00 – High Jump (ALL)
  • 12:15 – Hammer (Women)
  • 13:15 – Long Jump (ALL)
  • 13:30 – Discus (Women)
  • 14:30 – Discus (Men)
  • 14:45 – Javelin (Women)
  • 15:45 – Triple Jump (ALL)
  • 16:00 – Javelin (Men)

Who can enter

This event is open to ANYONE 30 years or older regardless of whether they are in a club or not.

Masters Athletics categories start when you are 35 years old, but anyone 30+ can come and get a taste of what Masters athletics is about at this meeting.

See the post about how inclusive we want to these events: https://mastersgrandprix.co.uk/.www557.your-server.de/what-is-masters-athletics/

We want people to come down and try these events regardless of ability.  Just come and have some fun.

See the write up of one of our previous outdoor meeting: https://mastersgrandprix.co.uk/.www557.your-server.de/sheffield-june-2018/


How to enter

Entries are now being taken via https://www.race-results.co.uk/results/2024/

£10 for the first event and £5 for additional events.

(plus Sportsoft admin charge)

Please join our mailing list to ensure you get the latest info and join our Facebook Group.

Deadline for online entry will be Saturday 6th July (1 week before).

Once entered you will collect your numbers on the day.

Airports near Sheffield

  • Manchester Airport (33.5 to 33.6 miles away), which has an easy train transfer to Sheffield.
  • Leeds Bradford Airport (34.3 to 34.7 miles away), which also has a train connection to Sheffield.
  • Doncaster Sheffield Airport (20.0 miles away), which is the closest airport to Sheffield but has fewer flights and destinations.
  • Nottingham Airport (35.8 miles away), which is another small airport near Sheffield.


  • Leonardo Hotel Sheffield
  • The Nest
  • Mercure Sheffield St Paul’s Hotel & Spa
  • ibis Budget Sheffield Centre St Marys Gate
  • easyHotel Sheffield
  • Hampton by Hilton
  • The Crow Inn
  • Holiday Inn Rotherham-Sheffield M1,Jct.33, an IHG Hotel

About Sheffield

Sheffield is a vibrant city with a rich history and plenty of attractions. Here are some of the best reasons to visit Sheffield

1 -Millennium Gallery: This gallery is one of the most-visited free attractions in England. It’s Sheffield’s premier destination for art, craft, and design. The Millennium Gallery houses Sheffield’s unique Metalwork Collection and Ruskin Collection, as well as hosting major touring exhibitions.

2-Sheffield Winter Garden: The largest urban glasshouse in Europe, Sheffield’s Winter Garden is home to more than 2500 plants from around the world. It’s a beautiful space to explore and enjoy nature right in the heart of the city.

3-Sheffield Theatres: Located in Tudor Square, Sheffield Theatres is a complex of three theaters: The Crucible, Tanya Moiseiwitsch Playhouse, and the adjacent Lyceum Theatre. Together, they form the largest theater complex outside of London.

4-Kelham Island: Once an industrial hub, Kelham Island now houses indie shopping arcades, microbreweries, and galleries. The historic cutlery and steel works buildings add to its distinct Charm.

5-Sheffield Botanical Gardens: These gardens cover 19 acres and feature over 18 different garden areas based on geographical or botanical themes. With more than 5500 species, it’s a delightful place to explore.

6-Sheffield Cathedral: The oldest building in the city, Sheffield Cathedral has a rich history dating back over 1000 years. From its Norman bricks to its 60s tower, it’s full of stories that reflect the city’s evolution.

7-The Peak District: Sheffield is the only major UK city with a national park within its boundary. With 1/3 of the city in the Peak District, it’s a hub for outdoor adventures and known as “The Outdoor City”.

8-National Videogame Museum: Inside the iconic Castle House building, this interactive museum explores the culture, design, and people behind video games.

So whether you’re interested in art, nature, theatre, or outdoor activities, Sheffield has something for everyone