John Gray

The results are Relay in

Last week at the XC road relays at South Park we told you that both our men and women had performed brilliantly, the ladies finishing first, third and fourth with our fourth team just outside the top ten in 12th.Our men also had some very good performances, teams finishing in 2nd, 6th and 9th place …

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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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Gray gets a quick Hobble at Hexham

John Gray was in competitive action this weekend at the Tait Memorial Hexhamshire Hobble, an annual fell race of approximately 10 miles across Hexhamshire Common. John, a bit of a pro at these events, finished in 60th position from around 260 competitors. John completed this in 1:25:23 which is good going for an event that …

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Waller has a wedge as Gray storms round

Two of our athletes were in action on Sunday morning over in Wensleydale, a 23 mile challenge called the Wensleydale Wedge. John Gray was first to finish in 3hrs 55 in 24th position with Julian Waller taking over Darren Gee’s number through injury finished 80th from the 300 runners, this being Julian’s longest ever run.

Sun shines over Gray

Another race to slip under the radar last week was Sunday’s Falls & Castle Trail race. Runners have an option either of the 18 mile or 7mile event. The 7 mile event is mainly off road across mixed terrain with 810 ft ascent/descent. John Gray was our only competitor on the day, taking on the …

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Grey and Aiken head to Keswick

David Aiken and John Gray were in action this weekend at the Lakeland Trail races in Keswick, David in the Challenge along with partner Rebecca and John in the 15km race. The events start and finish at Fitz Park, which take in stunning views of Derwentwater, the surrounding peaks of Skiddaw and Blencathra and the …

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John first home on Gray day

On July 29th Tommy the fist Addison, John Gray, Viv Pow and Peter Foulds were in action at the James Herriot trail run, a 14K run over moorland tracks and paths near Castle Bolton in Wensleydale in aid of Rotary charities. In wet conditions John was first home in 98th place in 77.92, Tommy 101st …

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Jonathan Endures 24hr event

Jonathan Gray took part in the Mizuno 24 hour event in Leeds over the weekend. Competing as a solo male, Jonathan completed a whopping 85 miles over the 24 hour period covering 17 laps of the 5 mile scenic woodland trail route.A fantastic achievement by Jon, a real show of mental strength as well as …

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Allan and Taylor on the podium

On a beautiful spring morning at South Park a large number of Harriers came along to support one of our club races of the season, the South Park 20. I can’t understate this enough but the efforts that go into these events by the people setting up, completing registrations, timekeeping, marshalling or at the water …

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Roberts leads the way

Last Sunday at South Park we six teams on show at the NYSD XC Road relays. Some impressive performances from men and women, women taking 1st and 3rd and the men 2nd place making it a successful day for the seniors. Well done all runners who made this event on mothers day!

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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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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Eddie Kid Keedy back on track

On new years day we had runners competing at the Captain Cook’s Fell race. The run itself is about 5 miles long and the terrain is very mixed. It starts on the road and then onto a bridleway before starting the long steep muddy climb up to Captain Cooks Monument. Once at the monument you …

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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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