Gerda Arts

Phil Your Boots

We had 8 club members representing us at the Tees Barrage 5km Trail race today. Well, results are now in and Phil Teece was first Harrier home despite running the High Cup Nick the previous day. Some excellent performances from our club runners on the day. Well done to you all. 6th – Phil Teece […]

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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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Allan warms up the Brass Monkey

There was the usual high turnout at this year Brass Monkey, on a course and a day ideal for fast running and personal bests, many club runners weren’t disappointed at the finish line. Paul Allan was one of many to smash his personal best, taking 4 minutes of his previous best, Darren Thompson finished in

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Harriers M.I.A

Last week we had a handful of our athletes missing from the report as not showing as club members in their respective race. At Northallerton 10km Alex Bos finished in 178th position in 50:45 and Gerda Arts 283rd in 54:30. Further afield Mary MacIvor achieved a new personal best at Edinburgh half marathon finishing the

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Ian keeps his Whitsun about him

The second of three races that form part of the Run Billingham Series in 2018. A 6.5 mile trail race around the beautiful Wynyard Woodland Park. The Park started life as a working railway carrying freight to ports along the River Tees. Now it provides visitors with miles of flat footpaths, numerous circular walks and

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Bos gets his leg over

At Tuesday’s NYSD meet at Eastbourne we had a number of athletes in action in the 800m, 1 mile, Steeplechase and 200m events. Some great performances on the evening including Sue Phillips who broke the ladies V55 800m record which had stood for 30 years taking this from Emily Lennox (Annie’s sister).Well done Sue and

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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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A Tees-er before next week

Another race to take place on Sunday morning was the 5k Trail race over at Tees Barrage. Again we had a number of competitors involved in the event including Phil Teece who must have been feeling quite tired after his exploits at High Cup Nick. Results will be released next week so in the interim

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Phillips leads the way

Last Sunday morning we reported that we had a number of runners at the first of the Run Billingham Series at Cowpen Bewley Woodland Park. Results are now in and as reported Sue Phillips was the 1st lady from the 115 runners on the day with strong performances from all the Harriers on show. Well

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Kim shows Alex who’s Bos

Last weekend we covered briefly the Wynard Woodland 5k trail race which takes runners round the scenic trails of the beautiful surroundings of Wynyard Woodland Park. Results are now out for this one, some close finishes to this one no more so than Kim Reeve who got ahead of Alex Bos and non Harrier runners

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Harriers swarm to York

Nine harriers took on the PlusNet Yorkshire Marathon on Sunday morning, a race which has quickly established itself as one of the highlights of the White Rose County’s sporting year. This popular and picturesque run, with fantastic PB potential, takes runners past some of York’s historic sites and along scenic country lanes, making it an

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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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It’s getting hot in here

We had a number of our athletes at the Aycliffe 10km race this weekend, a race which sees runners complete 2 and a half laps of the ‘scenic’ Newton Aycliffe. Some excellent performances throughout with Drew Inglis second on the day. Full results can be found here

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Alex and Gerda go Dutch

Alex Bos and Gerda Arts were in action on Saturday back in their native homeland of Holland. The race was the Blokzijl 5.3 mile race which saw Alex first to finish in 26 minutes dead and Gerda crossing the line 27.34 but 3rd lady. Well done both of you

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Vale of York

Today saw Harriers head to York for the flat and fast Vale of York 10 mile race, the little brother of the Half Marathon event. This race is perfect for anyone looking to achieve a personal best or get some speed work in over the distance. Full results can be found here

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