Louise Talman

Weekly Round up w/e 22nd January

How do I?… Club Championship Points can be found here Race Results On a bitterly cold Sunday at South Park the club once again hosted Trevor McDermot’s brainchild, the two person event the Marathon Paarlauf. Seventy Five teams signed up to run the event and with the odd exception turned up to brave the cold …

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Weekly Round up w/e 11th December

Club Christmas Appeal Thank you very much to everyone who contributed to the Club’s Toy appeal, it’s a really difficult time for many families so it’s nice to see people helping those less fortunate out at times like these. Big shout out to Michael King for collecting items and taking them to the local Salvation …

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Weekly Round up w/e 13th November

How do I?… Club Championship Points can be found here Race Results Some of our U11 athletes were competing at the cross country at Barlborough Hall near Chesterfield last week. These races are regarded as one of the premier events for independent schools with over 300 runners taking part across the under 9, under 10 …

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Weekly Round Up w/e 10th October

Up & Coming Events Yorkshire Marathon – 17th October NYSD XC Foxrush – 24th October NEYDL AGM – 12th November NYSD XC Croft – 14th November Croft 5k – 4th December 10:30 NYSD XC Summerhill, Hartlepool – 5th December Club Handicap – December TBC Jolly Holly Jog – 28th December NYSD XC Ormesby Hall – …

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Virtual Relays

Event organisers have had to get their thinking caps on over the last few weeks on how to provide a ‘virtual’ version of their particular event, rather than cancelling it altogether.  Basically, competitors would run the event locally, adhering to all the social distancing guidelines required, then submit their results to the organisers for comparison …

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Plenty Endeavour at Midweek 5km

The Endeavour events are getting very popular with the local club members with monthly alternate events from 1 mile to 5km. The course is 1km in length so it does mean multiple laps but that also helps with pace judgement. Some really great runs from everyone on the night, wannabe Darlington Harrier Dean Newton took …

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Louise Charms at Snake Lane

Described as fairly flat and fast 10 miler, the Snake Lane 10 mile race is always a popular race on the racing calendar each year and this year was no different. Starting and finishing in Pocklington, Barry Talman played pacer for the day, taking a break from supporting Eliud Kipchoge, to pace wife Louise as …

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Harriers Get the Bronze out

Saturday saw a number of our athletes at the Royal Signal Relay event at Hetton Lyons Country Park, Sunderland; an event which sees ladies in teams of 4 and men 6. The course itself is 2.2 miles and consists of two laps on a very undulating course to ensure that all athletes work. The ladies …

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Harriers 1-2-3?

Wednesday saw the first Middlesbrough Mile (Stride Events) event take place at the Sports Village. This event is new on the racing calendar but definitely one which would be good to see happen on a regular basis to test everyone’s top end speed-endurance. The races are graded based on your own prediction which makes each …

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NYSD Ormesby XC

Ormesby Hall is one of the most popular rounds of the NYSD Cross Country Series, with a course that combines the scenic grounds of the 18th century mansion house with a woodland trail section to its perimeter. With all the rain a few days before, it certainly made for a wet and muddy affair in …

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Talman Tut Gud in Berlin

The weekend saw a number of Harriers in Berlin for one of the World marathons. This marathon is where world records are set and broken and the weekend proved to be a close run thing as Bekele missed the WR time by a couple of seconds. The event was surprisingly unorganised, going against the grain …

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Harriers Half A Great Run

Sunday saw the annual Great North Run take place, a race which two of our club members (Paul Kelly and Harry Singh) have ran since it’s introduction in 1981, an amazing feat! This event attracts tens of thousands of competitors, many of whom raise thousands of pounds for their chosen charity and sees runners making …

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Champagne Supernova

Julia Clifford and Nova Tarn were on hand to give a small number of Harriers some support at the midweek Cross Country Relays, a 3 person team event which sees each runner complete 2 laps of a XC circuit covering just under 2 miles. The race is split between senior and mixed teams, and then …

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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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