Joe Reeve

More Cross Country In The Snow

The turn out this time was understandably lower than normal after the Durham County Cross Country the day before. However, there were still one or two hardy individuals who’d run at Barnard Castle that were ready for another outing, and as ever, the Under 11’s turned out in force! Under 11 Boys The weather conditions …

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Club transfer for Joe

Unfortunately for us at Darlington Harriers, Under 13 endurance runner, Joseph Reeve has had to move to another athletics club. His Dad, Leon, also a member at DHAC, has had a change in circumstances at work, meaning it would be impossible to get Joseph to training each week. The lucky recipient of Joe’s new membership …

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Brian’s Elfish behaviour

Brian Burdon was caught up in a photograph storm at Stockton Winter Trail Series last Sunday displaying some Elfish behaviour towards other runners. Due to his antics, Brian has been put on Santa’s naughty list and will be running for us again next year with the rest of the naughty elves! On a tricky course …

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Lowe Experiences High

A small number of Harriers headed to Guisborough Woods to take on the 5.5mile fell race , a tough race with over 1200ft of climb as well as having to manage some tough off road conditions. Some excellent performances from the group no more so than Paul Lowe who finished 5th on the day in …

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A Day At The Races

Normally reserved for runners of the four legged variety, last weekend saw Redcar Racecourse host a racing event of a different kind. The North East Counties Athletics Association cross country championship took place on a cold and wintry Saturday, where over 1,000 runners from 40 clubs met for the regions biggest annual championship race. The …

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A Winter Run For Joe

If you need something to blow away the cob-webs, there’s nothing like a run out on a cold icy day (or so I’ve been told!) Well those were the conditions facing Under 13, Joe Reeve as he prepared himself for the 3k Junior Run last Saturday. Hosted by Howgill Harriers, the 3k run was the …

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Ravenstonedale Rave

David Aiken and Kim Reeve took on the Howgills Harriers Ravenstonedale 10k race , after Kim watched son Joe win the 3k event in slippery conditions. Good performances from Kim and David with only twenty seven seconds between them and four places. Well done all three of you. Kim Reeve 78th 47:39 and David Aiken …

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More Cross Country News

Outside of Darlington, there have been more cross country competitions happening involving some of our Junior Harrier George Peacock was in action running for Teesdale Comprehensive School in Barnard Castle. He finished an excellent 6th and so qualifies for the County race next year. Great stuff, George, well done! Joe Reeve also ran recently, in …

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Rabbit Rabbit

Kim Reeve and son Joe along with Peter Foulds were in action at the Rabbit 5k at Whitby. Three great performances on the day for this little off roader with Kim finishing 2nd lady and young Joe winning the whole race. Well done all three of you.

Runners to Snape

Last Saturday morning we reported that a small number of Harriers headed to Bedale for the Snape 5/10km events. Well results are now in. Well done all four of you.

That’s a long 5km!

On Saturday morning a small number of Harriers headed to Bedale for the Snape 5/10km events. Leon Reeve couldn’t believe the course measurement this year as they got the race measurement badly wrong for the 5km race, measuring around 6.2km! Penny Skilton was also in action on the day but as of yet, results have …

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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

Supporting Arthritis

Organised by:Imagine Physiotherapy Clinics are supported by Paul Cook of Darlington Harriers & AC and by the town’s Up & Running, are hosting this 5k fun run around Darlington’s South Park parkrun. The Course:Starting outside the tropical bird cage…well it has a parrot. Runners will head out past the children’s play area before taking a …

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