Nathan Hemingbrough

Northallerton 10km

Today saw the first ever Northallerton 10km race so the club seniors headed to the town to show their support with some excellent results. The course starts and finishes in the town with a climb up the top then a really fast finish back down towards the finish. Colin Taylor was first home for the …

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Nathan has a swift Half

Nathan Hemingbrough was our only athlete in action at the weekends Bristol Half Marathon, a race which takes runners out from the city centre and brings runners back in a kind of out and back event. On the day Nathan finished 110th in 83.59. Full results can be found here

Harriers Swarm to Newcastle

It’s that time of the year again when the masses head to Newcastle to take on the famous Great North Run, a race which has been running, pardon the pun since 1981 and is increasing in size year on year making it the biggest across Europe. Again some fantastic performances right through the field from …

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Trio at Scorton

We had three of our athletes at the Scorton Feast Memorial 10km today, a new event on the racing calendar. Nathan Hemingbrough was first of the three home in 7th place with Dave McKenna 11th and Jonathan Boyle 29th. Full results can be found here Bib Name Club AG Time Gender Pos. 103 Nathan Hemingbrough …

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South Shields 5km

Friday evening saw a small number of our seniors at the 5km race at Saltwell, a flat and fast PB course. Some good times on the night including a sub 18 minute effort by Nathan Hemingbrough who finished 35th in 17.48. 35 65 Nathan Hemingbrough Darlington Harriers 17.48 48 34 Gary Collinson Darlington Harriers 18.48 …

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Introducing Northallerton 10km

Sunday saw Harriers head to Northallerton for the first ever 10km race. The race starts on Northallerton high street and takes runners out of the town into some of the most stunning country road views in North Yorkshire. Colin Taylor was first home for the club in 5th place in 36mins dead with Nathan Hemingbrough in 14th …

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We had four athletes at the fast Eat-Sleep-Run 5km course on the paths of Temple Memorial Park in South Shields. The course starts on grass for a 50 metre downhill section and is then ran on paths. The course has been designed to run fast times and personal bests on a measured course. Nathan Hemingbrough …

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NYMAC Relays

This week saw the annual NYMAC relays, the 4 x 1mile event around Stewarts Park in Middlesbrough which is always popular amongst the running clubs. Another excellent night with loads of great performances throughout the club. Full results can be found here

Stockton Duathlon Sprint

We had a small number of Harriers at the Tri Hard sprint race in Stockton this weekend, a race which sees athletes run 5000m, Bike 2000m then finish off with a 2500m run. Results have yet to be released but will be published here

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

Relay? After a half marathon?

A few hours after finishing Vale of York Half marathon, Simon Rogers, Paul Cook and Sharon Barlow were back in action at the Thirsk relays to support the team at the first Cross Country event of the season. A great turnout across all age groups on the day. Full results can be found here

Hindmarsh brings it home

Sunday saw the annual Tees Pride 10km race in Middlesbrough, a race which is fairly flat which makes it a popular course for runners who are looking for a fast time or a good warm up for an Autumn marathon. Drew Inglis was first home for the club finishing 18th in 34 minutes flat with …

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Inglis Brings It Home At Darlington

The rebirth of the Darlington Harrier Senior section at the Darlington 10k 2015. A year earlier only 12 seniors turned out for the home race to around 70 a year later. This race sees competitors complete two laps of the course before bringing runners back along Skinnergate and onto High Row for the Grandstand finish. Full results can …

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Clive Golledge Memorial Relays

Midweek saw the return of the Clive Golledge memorial relays, an event which sees mixed teams take on a 3 person relay event starting on the track in Crook, but contains a nice hill to run up before descending down the other side and eventually back on the track to finish. Some impressive performances from …

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Harriers flee to Kilburn

251 runners took part in the Kilburn Feast 7.2 mile road today.  The course is a very challenging undulating journey out of Kilburn to Coxwold, through to Byland Abbey to Oldstead and finally back into the village of Kilburn. The first mile out of Kilburn is flat and fast, very difficult to pace yourself well …

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Great Run but not for all

Sunday saw the Great North 10k which starts outside Gateshead stadium and finishes inside on the track. This is a great event, an out and back with a couple of hills thrown in but with some fast downhill sections. Paul Cook who has been in great form led out the pack in the 10k event …

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Soaring Temperatures at Pitstop

At the midweek Pitstop 10km race, we had a large contingent out to support the club race at Croft Circuit where runners complete 3 laps of the 2 mile circuit before finishing down the pitstop lane. The conditions were hot. At 7pm the temperature was still showing as 30 degrees with no breeze, air or …

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