Rachel Girard

And I Would Run 500 Miles….

Ever wanted to cover the length of the country in a month? No me neither….however, with the current situation, what else is there to do? The Yakman 30 Day Challenge, which started Monday 1st June 2020, allowed contestants to have the flexibility to cycle outside or turbo inside / run outside or use the treadmill …

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Two countries, one PB

On Sunday morning Andrea Reese and Rachel Girard headed to the border to take on the XBorder 10k race. This is the 7th year the event has ran and the third time it’s ran from England to Scotland. The route takes runners from Kingmoor park parallel to the M6 motorway finishing at the Greens at …

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Wheezy does it

On Christmas Eve a number of Harries headed to Ropner Park to take on the What a Wheeze 5km fun run. This is the 3rd year of this event which takes in three laps of the park which is mainly flat and fast. Well done all those who took part.

Scottish half if you please

Another race to take place on Sunday was the Scottish half marathon where we had five athletes in action. Alison Matthews blasted her way round to 4th place in the ladies race and although she missed out on a podium place, she broke her personal best and that’s as much as anyone can do in …

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Harriers in Disguise

Last week at the Great North Run we had a number of athletes missing from the results for various reasons (obviously not through running under others numbers…ahem!). Some personal best’s amongst this group including Steve Rogers, Sally Dale and Rachel Girard who took a whopping 10 minutes off her time. Apologies to anyone else who …

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Harriers show huge Pride

On Sunday morning at Middlesbrough, another large contingent of Harriers (over 80) were contesting the Tees Pride 10k, a one loop course known for it’s fast course so always PB potential. Another excellent turnout by the club, great work!

Run for all at York

We had a handful of Harriers running at the York 10km race on Sunday morning. This is a great race that see’s competitors running through the flat and fast streets of the city and back to start/finish area where the masses are their to cheer you home. Tony Winward was first home in 41.13 for …

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Pitstop 10km

Last Wednesday, 2nd July saw the return of the clubs annual Pitstop events which are held on Croft Circuit. A nice alternative to the regular road races, athletes young and old race around the 2.2mile circuit which is normally associated with motor racing. On the evening there were three different events held, the 10km, 3km …

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York Chocolate Run

We had a handful of our Harriers at the York Chocolate Run on Sunday…and we all love chocolate! This run is a bit of fun but things get serious when there’s chocolate at the end of a 5km run. Well done boys and girls….now go and run off those calories!

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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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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People’s Run to Remember

We had a handful of runners at the People’s Run 2 Remember, a 5km run around Silksworth grounds in Sunderland. This event was not timed but raises money for veteran charities in the North East. Great to see the vent being supported, well done all.

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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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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Castle Howard

Sunday saw a handful of our Harriers at the Castle Howard 10km race, a race which sees competitors run off road around the grounds. Barry Bell was first of our runners home on the day in 48th position. Full results can be found here

Birthday treat for Cook Jnr

Wet would be the best word to describe this event. The Sunderland Run events are always exceptionally well organised, probably something to do with Steve Cram having a major part to play in affairs but one thing that could not be organised is the weather. A very wet occasion for runners at both the half …

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