Ian Threadkell

It’s a Fine Bromance

Three of our athletes were in action at the Town Moor Valentines 10km race, an event which is flat and fast but exposed to the elements as it’s an open area with little wind blockers. Feedback from the runners that the course was long….(shock) Anyway, of our three athletes, Dave Smith was first home in …

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Fireworks at Guy Fawkes

We had a good turnout at the Guy Fawkes 10 mile race north of Harrogate, a challenging event with hills a plenty for the athletes making this a tough mornings event. On the day it was Steve Rogers who was the first Harrier home on the day but excellent performances throughout the field, including a …

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Kelly is the Sloan Ranger

We had some of our club members at the Scarborough 10km race this weekend, a traffic free, flat course around the spectacular Scarborough Castle Headland including Scarborough’s’ historic South Bay seafront, Marine Drive, North Bay Open Air Theatre and the North Bay Promenade. What more could you ask for?? This was another event that was …

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Plenty Pride Shown on Teeside

Sunday saw a large Harrier turnout at the Tees Pride 10km race, a race which is known for faster conditions than our home town race with less undulation around the course. It came as no surprise to see so many fantastic performances from the club members.Colin Taylor was once again the first Harrier home finishing …

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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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Ian Is A Rock ‘n’ Roll Star

Another lone wolf this weekend was Ian Threadkell who headed to Dublin to run both the 5km and Half Marathon events at the Rock N Roll events. Ian’s girlfriend Emma also ran her first 5km event this weekend so congratulations to you Emma. Ian finished the 5km alongside Emma in 43:28 then followed this up …

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Harriers Swarm To York

We had a large contingent of Harriers at this Sunday’s Jane Tomlinson 10km race. This is a good event which takes runners through York City Centre before bringing runners along the river and back to the racecourse. We saw a number of our recent Couch to 5/10k group make the trip, all of which should …

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Sniper Gets Smith At Durham 10K

A number of Harriers headed to Durham this evening to take part in one of a variety of races on offer. Due to circumstances beyond the organisers control, the course had to be changed the night before the race leaving runners bottle-necked in parts as both 5km and 10km eventers started the race together. Phil …

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Blaydon Races

Ah me lads, ye shudda seen us gannin’, We pass’d the foaks upon the road just as they wor stannin’; Thor wes lots o’ lads an’ lasses there, all wi’ smiling faces, Gannin alang the Scotswood Road, to see the Blaydon Races….that’s more than enough of that!! This 5.4mile race from Newcastle upon Tyne to …

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Five go to Washington

Washington Trail 10k winds its way around the wonderful James Steel Park and picks its way around some beautiful woodland trails along the banks of the River Wear. Our five Harriers were part of a field of 473 runners on the day, Danielle Clark the first of the group to finish in 63:17, Ian Threadkell …

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Explosive results at the TNT

Another race to take place this weekend was the 10 mile race, Temple Newsam Ten, a tough off road race in Leeds. Despite the Brass Monkey taking a large number of Harriers to York, the TNT has a dozen entrants with some excellent individual performances no more so than David Aiken who has been in …

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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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Daniels pulls out Magic

Anotherrace to take place this weekend was the Vale of York 10mile race. Taking a similar route to the half marathon this flat and fast course is another which is easy to get to and suits all those PB hunters! Dressed as Den Dale on the day, Phil Teece was once again first Harrier in …

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Lost Harriers found in Dark Skies

Last week I reported that we had Harriers competing in the Dark Skies 14mile race at Kielder….unfortunately we had four runners missing from the results due to the manual entry system that the race organiser users. Apologies all and well done. Graham Garvey was the first Harrier home (not Barry Foster as initially reported) finishing …

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Runners take to Dark Skies

Last Sunday a number of runners opted for the Dark Skies of Northumberland to the bright skies of Darlington as runners took on the Dark Skies Run at Kielder Water and Forest Park. A beautiful run for the runners over 14miles around a stunning backdrop. Barry Foster was first home for the club, but well …

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