Michael Cooper

Virtual 10k Relay (2k/3k/5k)

Thanks to all the athletes for taking part and supporting the event. Great running from everyone and some even better post “race” selfies….. Results below, congratulations to the wining team………….. Team 11 – Brian Thompson, Lee Hammond and Jake Brown Excellent team result with a total time of 43.35 for the 10km distance. Keep your …

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Virtual 5k Relay (June 2020)

Huge thank you to all the athletes who supported this event, the results are in… Outstanding performances and excellent runs from all the athletes, the team of Steven Craggs and Ed Lamb (or “Steve-Ed Cr-amb” as we’re dubbing them) came out on top with a combined time of 20.49. Both Steven & Ed exceeded their …

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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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Hill Hath No Fury at Beamish

Michael Cooper was the only Harrier racing at Beamish Hall’s 10k Trail on Sunday morning. This testing 10km trail race passes through Beamish Burn around the new woodland of Hedley hall farm and a loop of the old Beamish Woods. On a real up and down course which consists of 450ft of ascents with the …

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Harrier Ladies take Third

Last Sunday saw a number of our harriers at the Thirsk relays to kick off the Cross Country season. Getting things underway was the ladies and with Sarah Guy, Megan Noble and Bernadette Caygill in good form a third place on the day was an excellent result. Kelly Sloan led the team of Linda Noble …

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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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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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Allan warms up the Brass Monkey

There was the usual high turnout at this year Brass Monkey, on a course and a day ideal for fast running and personal bests, many club runners weren’t disappointed at the finish line. Paul Allan was one of many to smash his personal best, taking 4 minutes of his previous best, Darren Thompson finished in …

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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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