David Tomlinson

Weekly Round up w/e 9th October

The Weekly round-up of club activities covering all disciplines and age groups. This report will not provide you with a detailed account of each event but should give you enough information about what’s occurred the previous week, who’s participated and links to photographs and results. We encourage all members, parents and anyone associated with the …

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Harriers shine at home race

Today saw the return of the Darlington 10km race after a two year gap due to the Covid situation making last years event a virtual one. This event clashed with the last senior Track & Field event with promotion and possible championship on the line so for once numbers weren’t as high as usual but …

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Hammond Claims Handicap Crown

The day after Boxing Day we had the club Handicap race, an event organised predominantly by Ian Barnes and Lesley Miller, as a bit of post Christmas fun around the Blackwell grounds opposite South Park. The conditions were a little muddy to say the least with appropriate footwear a must (ahem) but a great course …

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Talman Tut Gud in Berlin

The weekend saw a number of Harriers in Berlin for one of the World marathons. This marathon is where world records are set and broken and the weekend proved to be a close run thing as Bekele missed the WR time by a couple of seconds. The event was surprisingly unorganised, going against the grain …

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Darlington Trail

Another race to take place midweek was the first of seven races of the Darlington Trail series. These 5km events are quite low key but they are on your doorstep so why the hell not!David Tomlinson was first of the group to finish on the evening finishing in 7th place but some strong performances right …

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Moses wins

On Good Friday at New Marske, Darlington Harriers were once again out in force with the biggest club representation. On a cool day with a small amount of wind there was some excellent performances amongst the club right the way through the field. Lewis Moses was in supreme form leaving the field standing as he …

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Darren Gee Hits the spot

Last Saturday morning we reported that a number of Harriers head to Kirkby to take on the High Cup Nick Fell race a 15km race with 450 metres of ascent. Well results are now out and some impressive running/climbing took place. Darren Gee was first home for the club after a strong run finishing 91st. …

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Eddie Kid Keedy back on track

On new years day we had runners competing at the Captain Cook’s Fell race. The run itself is about 5 miles long and the terrain is very mixed. It starts on the road and then onto a bridleway before starting the long steep muddy climb up to Captain Cooks Monument. Once at the monument you …

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Presentation night success

On Friday night we saw a huge turnout of around 200 Darlington Harrier members and parents at this years awards evening at Central Hall. A fantastic evening with so many people contributing to the night including our two guest speakers Lewis Moses (along with his inspirational wife Gemma)Paul Harker, Ian Morris who hosted the evening …

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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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Midweek Lemon Top

On Wednesday night a number of Harriers headed to Redcar for The last race in the series, the 5km on the flat and fast course. On a night where conditions were ‘ok’ and a tail wind behind runners on the final straight, much to the relief Of everyone, some fantastic Performances from everyone on show …

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Lowe Wins Viking Chase

A handful of Harriers were in action at the Viking Chase 4 Peaks Fell race., an eight mile race with 1800ft of climb, starting at Lordstones Café. Paul Lowe was first overall today with Sarah Tomlinson 3rd female. Strong performances from David McKenna, David Tomlinson, Darren Stockdale and Neil Embleton who were all awarded beer …

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Incline to Madness race

Taken from Northern Runner: The rain cleared out well before the race replaced with a mild perfect running evening. Overall winner was Paul Lowe of Darlington Harriers, in a navigation error free run Paul eased to victory over Martin Perry of Esk Valley Fell Club. In the women’s race it was Alison Matthews claiming a …

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Hetton Relays

Saturday saw the return of the Hetton Lions 2.2mile relay event, an event which has women in teams of four and men teams of six completing the undulating route before passing the baton to their team mate. Another fantastic turnout and a great atmosphere. Full mens results can be found here with womens and V50’s …

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