Katie Noble

Weekly Round-Up w/e 21st May

How do I?… Club Championship Points can be found here Track Development – Progress in Pictures You will have seen that our Track will be unavailable to train on as it undergoes a full refurbishment from March 13th. Work has actually already started with the lighting in and around the athletics track. We expect the …

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Juniors Get Noticed

Fabulous news for the club seeing our junior group receive recognition for their outstanding performances in the sport. Such a talented bunch of youngsters we have coming through the club right now supported by some excellent coaches. Long may it continue!

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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Harriers make a Daisy Chain

Tonight saw a number of our club runners at the Muddy Road 3 mile race. New to Muddy Roads this 3 mile trail is mainly flat and fast, with a challenging climb and a little cheeky one at the end, with plenty of horses in the surrounding fields some maybe tempted to hitch a ride! …

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English Schools Cross Country Call Ups

Darlington Harriers will have a record-breaking 10 young athletes at the English Schools Cross-Country Championships. Nine of them will be representing County Durham, the biggest-ever club representation. They are Ben Lambert , Max Harris, Stella Jones, Catherine Roberts, Harriet Rogers, India Pentland, James Roberts, Lucy-Erin Hunter and Katie Noble. In addition, Emma Hart will represent …

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Gavin Duffy Memorial

Today saw a large turnout of Harriers in memory of Gavin Duffy, the Billingham Marsh Harrier who’s life was tragically cut short while Gavin was in his prime. Great to see so many clubs coming together to support. Full results can be found here

Thirsk NYSD Relays

Sunday afternoon saw the Harrier troops swarm to Thirsk to take part in the NYSD relays to kick start the Cross Country Season. Some fantastic team performances with plenty podium places on the day. Full results can be found here

Whitby XC

It was another big turnout at todays Whitby Cross Country with some big points scored for the teams across the board. Full results can be found here

Taylor Made at Ray Harrison

Today saw a number of our senior runners head to nearby Billingham to compete in the flat and fast Ray Harrison 10km race, a race which forms part of the club 10km Grand Prix. Colin Taylor (Pictured) was first home for the club finishing 10th in 36.35. Full results from all our runners can be …

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Redcar 5km

We had another big turnout at the very popular New Marske 5km road race, a race which attracts personal best hunters as this is the flattest course you will ever find. Sharon Barlow first across the line with a very impressive sub 17 minute run. Full results can be found here Place Name Chip Time …

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Run for your supper

We had another good turnout at the midweek Locke Parke Pie and Peas 5mile race, a race which sees competitors complete 5, 1 mile laps around the flat and fast park. Shaun Marshall was first home for the club in 13th place in 31.13, Louise Talman first lady and 2nd overall in 33.11 in 23rd …

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Drew Fifth at Marina

We had thirteen of our Harriers at Hartlepool’s Marina 5 race, a flat out and back race ideal for a personal best. Some fantastic performances many of our Harriers, Drew Inglis finishing 5th in 26.31 Full results can be found here

Gavin Duffy Memorial

We had seven of our athletes in action at the Gavin Duffy Memorial 5km race at Cowpen Bewley this Sunday morning, a race which is now named after Billingham’s Gavin Duffy who sadly lost his life in tragic circumstances. To see how our runners got on, on the day see the full results can be …

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Acklam Cross Country

Sunday saw the second instalment of this seasons Cross Country Season, venue, Acklam. Acklam Cross Country is more like a trail race with plenty grass to run on but trail paths on sections of the race. To see how our Harrier members got on across the age groups click here

National XC Championships

Saturday saw a small number of our club runners at the National XC Championships at muddy Mansfield. A fantastic opportunity to test yourself against the best xc runners in the country. To find out how our runners got on, on the day click here

Whitby Cross Country

Sunday saw the first full distance Cross Country event of the season, taking place at Whitby. This is a great race with a mix of trail and predominately grass around the course and one steep hill which when the weather is bad, a rope is placed on the hill to assist people to the top….three …

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