Garry Collinson

Harriers Half A Great Run

Sunday saw the annual Great North Run take place, a race which two of our club members (Paul Kelly and Harry Singh) have ran since it’s introduction in 1981, an amazing feat! This event attracts tens of thousands of competitors, many of whom raise thousands of pounds for their chosen charity and sees runners making […]

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Harriers Fly On Home Soil

Today saw the annual Darlington 10km race, and for a nice change the weather was kind to the runners with cool conditions and even a little bit of light rain to keep runners cool. For those who haven’t ran the Darlington 10km before, this race starts behind Boyes leading up to Stanhope road and on

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Jade Romps Home First

At tonight’s Roseberry Romp fell race, Jade Hutchinson showed her skills of downhill running and was best in class as she stormed past many runners on her descent. This fell race is a run (or rock climbing!) up Roseberry Topping and then back down again… A short race, but very tough with a steep climb

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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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New Marshall in town

As the sun continues to shine kindly on England over several weeks now, the Everyone Active 5km race, Middlesboro, on Sunday morning proved to be another race where the sun made running difficult for all abilities. For those who haven’t done this race before, it’s a fast and flat circuit until you reach the stadium

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It’s a Great course

On Wednesday evening a small number of Harriers headed to Middlesboro to have a run at the new 5km race at Great Ayton. A fast first mile down hill with a flat 2nd mile and a small incline towards the finish meant it was a good night for the runners. Paul Lowe smashed his personal

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Harriers gone up the Wall

On Thursday night saw a large number of Harriers (some missing from this photo) head to Middlesboro for the Tom Wall relays. Another excellent turnout by the club, great team spirit and some excellent performances to boot. Well done all results can be found here

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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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Twenty go to Gateshead

Today saw a good number of our Senior section at the Great North 10km race, an event which starts outside and finishes inside Gateshead stadium. Some really good performances on this (mainly) flat and fast course Full results can be found here

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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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Back to Boro

Sunday saw the return of the Alistair Brownlee 5km race, a flat and fast (well until the flyover at least) 5km race which ends up in Middlesbrough Football Club Riverside stadium. Russell Adams was first home for the club finishing 11th place in 16.57. Full results for our Harriers are below with external results here

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Pitstop 10km

Last Wednesday, 2nd July saw the return of the clubs annual Pitstop events which are held on Croft Circuit. A nice alternative to the regular road races, athletes young and old race around the 2.2mile circuit which is normally associated with motor racing. On the evening there were three different events held, the 10km, 3km

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Coatham relays

This week we saw the return of the Coatham relays, a paired relay event organised by Andrew Park which sees runners paired off based on ability, the first runner starting at the Whitehorse pub and running up to the Forresters Arms before the second runner heads home towards the Whitehorse and the finish. The teams

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