Anneli Mackenzie Brown

Weekly Round Up w/e 17th October

Up & Coming Events NYSD XC Foxrush – 24th October Middlesboro 10k – 7th November NEYDL AGM – 12th November NYSD XC Croft – 14th November Croft 5k – 4th December 10:30 NYSD XC Summerhill, Hartlepool – 5th December Club Handicap – December TBC Jolly Holly Jog – 28th December NYSD XC Ormesby Hall – […]

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Seniors at Back To Track II

Saturday 26th September saw us host the second of our Back To Track events, this time with races over 100m and 800m and a Shot Put competition. 13 of our Senior athletes competed across the afternoon, with some outstanding performances and a good number personal bests. The wonderful Karen Harland was on hand to capture

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Harriers Get the Bronze out

Saturday saw a number of our athletes at the Royal Signal Relay event at Hetton Lyons Country Park, Sunderland; an event which sees ladies in teams of 4 and men 6. The course itself is 2.2 miles and consists of two laps on a very undulating course to ensure that all athletes work. The ladies

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Trotters Independent Traders

Sunday saw the annual McTaggart Trot, an event which sees runners placed in teams of three (one 3.7mile runner, a medium paced 7.5mile runner and a longer distance runner covering 11 miles) who have to run through each checkpoint together, losing one runner at each point leaving the longer distance to the finish. This event

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Two Ladies go to Wor

Sunday saw two of our athletes join a relatively small field at the Town Moor Half marathon, Newcastle. This event is relatively flat and fast with an occasional speed bump in the park after having a fairly fast downward section as runners run out of the park and around the outside.Of our two runners it

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Anneli Flying in Amsterdam

Anneli MacKenzie-Brown was the lone Harrier on foreign soil this weekend as she once again took on the half marathon. For those haven’t experienced one of the events then if you do fancy a trip abroad then this is a good one. Flat (it is Holland after all) fast and fun. Races are very popular

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Great North, turnout

On Sunday morning a high number of Harriers headed north to run the famous Great North Run Half Marathon a race which has been on the go since 1981 and one which two of our runners, Paul Kelly and Harry Singh are part of an exclusive club of under 100 people who have run every

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Top Forty for Tony

Last week we reported that we had runners at the Dalton Park 10km race. Results have now been released with Tony Williams finishing in 46:16 for 38th position and Anneli MacKenzie-Brown crossing the line in 57:21 for 120th. Good running by you both!

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Anneli the new Mrs Murton?

Anneli MacKenzie-Brown took a last minute dash to Murton, to take on the ‘accurately measured route’ around Dalton Park.This Summer race is a replica from the February race. Although official results have yet to be released Anneli finished her 6.3 10km race in 57:23.Well done Anneli.

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Val smashes F55 record

The re-arrangedThirsk 10 milerace wentahead thisSunday afterthe original date was blighted by snowy conditions. This race isprettymuch one bigloop with an out and back doglegaround 7 milesintothe race (clearly a Barry Talman design). Strangely I always remember it being pretty flat but running this today it was a little up anddown in places but generally

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No Fog on the Tyne

On Sunday another race to take place further north was the North Tyneside 10k, one of the most scenic running events in the UK, the route takes in a working Fish Quay, the River Tyne, Tynemouth Priory and Castle, and a long stretch of coastline before finishing at St. Mary’s Lighthouse in Whitley Bay. Anneli

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McTaggart gets the Trots

On a cold Sunday morning over 150 people gathered at the annual McTaggart trot, the 10th occurrence of this race. Teams of three headed out to complete the slightly amended 11 mile course due to thick ice, all in aid of St Teresa’s Hospice. Brilliant event, always good to see club and non club runners

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McAllister makes the Front Page

On Sunday saw the return of the Great north run, an event which Grows in popularity year on year and now sees 57,000 entries Although many of these will be deferred it still has in excess of 40,000 year in year out which is fantastic for the North East. Through inside knowledge from organisers, Darlington

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Record turnout at Darlington

On Sunday morning on home turf, the Darlington Harriers were out in force as nearly 200 club runners pulled on their club vest to run in both the Darlington 3k and 10k races. Some fantastic performances on the day, many personal bests, some course bests and some first timers. You should all be very proud

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