Michael King

Morris and King have a Dawdle

On Saturday 27th April 2019, Ian Morris and Mike King headed over to Derwentwater for a dawdle of 24 miles and 4,600 ft of ascent, for the fully selfnavigated fell & trail race over some ‘ineteresting’ terrain.Mike King was first of the two to finish, finishing in18th place in 05:22:25 with Ian Morris not far …

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Some Lyke it Hot

On Saturdaymorning a small number of Harriers headed over to Osmotherley to take on the Lyke Wake Challenge, an approximate 42 mile run, walk, hike in full kit finishing in Ravenscar. Now you see the likes of Mark Milner pictured far right, Matt Capsey, Mike King, Peter Foulds, Darren Gee and Heather Ford completing these …

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Michael is King at Penne 24

On Saturday we had two runners in action, Mike King in the Pennine 24 and Darren Gee in the 39 equivalent event although Darren reported the 39 was closer to 36.5 miles. The longer version of the 24 that Mike raced started from Low Force to Alston the same start and finish as the ‘24’ …

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King Runs show for Ryan

Mike King followed up last year’s successful event at Gainford by running a funrun to raise money for Ryan, a young boy from the village who was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy which is a severe and progressive muscle wasting disease. The event raised just short of £300 which is a fantastic achievement, but rather …

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Christmas Food bank appeal

Mike King was in Santa action this week along with Paul Cook, taking food down to the local food bank. Still lots of time to make a donation of food or a gift. Remember if you want to drop the Presents off at the Children’s ward on Christmas Eve, please get in touch.

High Cup Nick

Saturday saw a number of our runners at the high cup Nick and rather than give you any spoiler alerts, read here for full results and a run down of the race here

Hellvelyn & Dodds

Described by the organising club as 14.9 miles with 4,386ft of climbs, we had three of our Harriers on the day competing. To find out how our athletes got on, on the day full results can be found here

Nine go to Swaledale

The usual suspects were back at the Swaledale marathon, the 24 mile race is very popular and has been running, pardon the pun, since 1979. Dave McKenna was the first of our athletes home finishing in 28th place but great performances from all our athletes on the day. Full race results can be found here

King of the Whitehorse marathon

Mike King was in action this weekend at the White horse marathon tackling the hot weather conditions, the latest in the Hardmoors Marathon series. Mike finished 14th in 4hrs 40. Full results can be found here

1-2-3 at Osmotherley 20k

We had a handful of our runners in action at the Osmotherley 20km race today. There are 2 distances, the long route of 20k and the short route of 12k. Both provide significant a challenge to those who like off-road, mixed terrain running. The area around Osmotherley provides some amazing running terrain, which this event …

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Lyke Wake Challenge

Matt Capsey and Mike King were in action at this years Lyke Wake Challenge, an event which sees essentially competitors crossing the North Yorkshire Moors from Osmotherley to Ravenscar. Full details of the route can be found here). On the day Matt Capsey finished 15th in 7hrs43, with Mike King 17th in 7hrs57. Fantastic efforts …

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That Old Man is in York

Paul Cook and Mike King were at the weekend’s Jane Tomlinson 10km race in York. The course is fairly flat and fast and takes runners through York City starting and finishing outside York racecourse. Paul Cook finished in 33rd place in 37.37 pleased to be finally over his calf injury with Mike King achieving a …

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