Ian Morris

Weekly Round Up w/e 23rd January

Up & Coming Events NYSD XC Richmond – 6th February Muddy Boots – 6th February NYSD Road Relays – 27th February NYSD XC Whitby – 6th March Senior & Masters NECAA XC relay Championships, Thornley Hall Farm – 19th March Young Athletes NECAA XC relay Championships, Thornley Hall Farm – 2nd April Manchester Marathon – …

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Harriers do the DT40

On Saturday morning we had a number of athletes competing at the DT40 race. A tough but scenic race which is a test for endurance and mental strength. Some outstanding performances by all club runners, Paul Lowe finishing first Harrier on the day. Excellent work by you all.

In the Eye of the Storm

A handful of our Harriers were attending the High Cup Nick fell race, a 15k event with 450m ascent on the edge of the Eden Valley which takes in the amazing High Cup Nick before returning mostly along the Pennine Way into scenic village of Dufton. The race itself is a fundraiser for the upkeep …

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Morris and Milner in Tandem

Ian Morris and Mark Milner were involved in a Lets Run Adventures Tandem challenge event today, a race open to both runners and walkers. This event is done as a pair with one going on the East Route and the other on the West Route, both runners start from Goathland and then split onto their …

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Lakes in a Day

50 miles, 4000m ascent – a journey on foot from the very top of the Lake District at Caldbeck to the very bottom, at Cartmel, via the stunning Helvellyn Ridge and the western shoreline of Lake Windermere.This was what awaited ultra runners Matt Capsey and Ian Morris. In a race where the GB athlete Ricky …

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Queens Voluntary Services Award

On May 15th, Paul Cook and Ian Morris attended a garden party at Buckingham Palace in May, along with other recipients of this year’s award, after Darlington Harriers received the Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service We are one of 281 charities, social enterprises, and voluntary groups to receive the prestigious award this year. The number …

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Midweek Growler

Another race to take place this week was the Gribdale Growler, part of the Esk Valley Dave Perry Summer Fell race Series on 1st May. This race is 5.8 miles in length with 925 feet of ascent, taking in Roseberry Topping and little Roseberry. Ian Morris was first of our Harriers home, 56th overall in …

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Morris and King have a Dawdle

On Saturday 27th April 2019, Ian Morris and Mike King headed over to Derwentwater for a dawdle of 24 miles and 4,600 ft of ascent, for the fully selfnavigated fell & trail race over some ‘ineteresting’ terrain.Mike King was first of the two to finish, finishing in18th place in 05:22:25 with Ian Morris not far …

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Foster at the double

As reported last week Andy Campbell-Critchley was amongst the runners at the Acorn 5km race as he finished 6th behind 2nd claim runner Dean Newton.Results have now been confirmed, Dean taking the win in 16:55, Andy 20:18. Also amongst the runners were Ian Morris, who finished 26th in 24:22 and Janice Foster who finished 43rd …

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Summerhill results

Last Sunday at Summerhill, Hartlepool we saw the latest NYSD XC race. Well results are now out, our men finishing in an excellent fourth place but our ladies finished top of the pile with some superb performances.

Summer loving

On Sunday at Summerhill, Hartlepool, the next event of this seasons Cross Country took place. A tough course made worse by poor conditions as the recent poor weather had turned the course into a mud fest. The course a multi lap event saw women take on 4.6km and the men 8.9km with a few tasty …

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Preston Park XC Results

Last Sunday saw the Harriers take on the new XC race at Preston Park, Eaglescliffe. Results are now out which had the women finish 3rd and the men 4th on the day. Another brilliant turnout for the club. Well done everyone who competed.

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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