Den Dale

Tri that on for size

Last week we mentioned that we had a handful of Harriers at the Teesdale Triathlon who had a great deal of success. In the women’s race, it was Catherine Roberts who was first finisher overall finishing in 1:26:37.9 after a fantastic run with Pauline Brown 19th but 1st in her age category. In the mens …

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Made from Good Stock

On a very busy week for club athletes, four of our athletes were in action at the Stockton Duathlon. Mike Jefferies was first to finish in the standard race in a fantastic 42nd place in 2:04:48. Becci Butler was first lady to finish of the trio in the sprint race, finishing in an impressive198th in …

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What a set of Hornblowers

Last weekend we had two of our athletes in action at the Ripon Hornblower Duathlon. Duathlon’s are getting very popular especially for those who don’t like the swim element of a Triathlon so these run-bike-run events are perfect.Jade Hutchinson was first back for the club in an excellent 41st position, sister Becci Butler 171st representing …

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Not for Den Dale

On Saturday morning we had three of our runners at the Dentdale Run which is a 14.2 mile (or a 7.9 mile) road race staged on the roads and lanes around Dentdale in the Yorkshire Dales. The course follows a figure-of-eight course, it winds up hill and down dale, starting and finishing at Dent Primary …

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Who said it’s long?

Last Saturday morning the club held the Croft 5km event at the named racing circuit on the outskirts of town. After the anomalies had been ironed out the results have now been published on Racebest. Croft race circuit is always a little controversial as people run a variety of distances depending on the route taken …

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Dave gets Tunel Vision

Another race to take place on Sunday was the popular Scarbrough 10km event. Runners start at the Spa Complex, onto South Bay foreshore, Sandside, Marine Drive and around the Castle Headland. Continue to the Peasholm Gap roundabout and then through Northstead Manor Gardens (past the miniature railway station), through the fantastic new open air theatre …

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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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Den giving it a Tri

Den Dale was in Triathlon action for the first time this Sunday in Washington. Den who has started to do a number of Duathlon’s of late has gone that one step further and added a swim to his range of skills.As you can see from Den’s results he had a pretty good event covering a …

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Windy at the Barrage

The Tees Barrage 10k Race continues to attract the abilities of all runners from clubs to recreational. This popular race aims to promote running, encourage healthy living and to promote the great icon landmarks around the Tees between the Newport and the Millennium bridges. This is a great course for a PB, or if you …

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Sisters are doing it

At the weekends Sprint Duathlon at Stockton we had five of our members in action. Jade Hutchinson was first in her age category whilst sister Rebecca was 16th. Tony Roberts making his debut was 37th in his age group ahead of Den Dale and Martin McGregor 49th and 55th respectively. All athletes pictured below except …

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Double D at the Duathlon

Last Sunday we had Den Dale and Martin McGregor in Duathlon action this time at Washington. Although photos and results are few and far between for this one, reports advise that Martin was first home in 95 minutes with Den just under 4 minutes behind.Great work gentleman, keep us posted and send any photos in …

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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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McGregor Top Dog at Duathlon

Martin McGregor and Den Dale were our only two competitors at the Hornblower Duathlon in Ripon. Martin sporting…..well hair! Finished in 1:55:53 two places and twenty three seconds ahead of Den Dale. These run-bike-run events are getting all the more popular these days! Well done gentleman, great work

Back on the Moor

Run Nation were the hosts again for this weekends 10km race at Newcastle’s Town Moor. This race is a flat and fast two lap course mainly on tarmac. Some good performances on the day despite cries of the course being long this time, Peter Armstong first home for the club ahead of Barry Talman’s first …

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Cooper makes his debut

On Sunday morning a small group of Harriers headed north to take on Dalton Park 10k, a race which was postponed from December due to poor weather conditions. Run Nation designed this race “for those looking for a flatter/faster run” giving runners a “great opportunity to get a personal best for 10k” …and the runners …

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Harriers at the Dash

On Sunday morning we had a number of runners on show at Leeds Abbey Dash 10k, a popular race since it’s introduction in 1984 because of it’s flat and fast course profile. Some excellent performances on the day with a few course personal bests and actual bests on the day including Maria Daniels who broke …

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