Rebecca Butler

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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Trotters Independent Traders

Sunday saw the annual McTaggart Trot, an event which sees runners placed in teams of three (one 3.7mile runner, a medium paced 7.5mile runner and a longer distance runner covering 11 miles) who have to run through each checkpoint together, losing one runner at each point leaving the longer distance to the finish. This event

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Sisters in International Waters

We had two of our athletes in Triathlon action this weekend in Lausanne, Switzerland, for the ITU World Triathlon Grand Final. These events were over two days and both Becci Butler and younger sister Jade Hutchinson made the journey after qualifying in events months earlier. In the 20-24 age sprint event, Jade finished 15th from

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Butler Rings The Bell

Becci Butler was in action this evening representing Darlington Triathlon Club at Round 3 of the Mid-Week Super Sprint event at Ellerton Lake, North Yorkshire. In a competitive field, Becci took 2nd place on the night after a close finish which saw third place Samantha Hill closing the gap on the final run, but Becci

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Hutchinson the Iron Lady

Anne Hutchinson took on an almighty challenge this weekend as she threw herself into an Ironman event in the heart of the Lake District, Keswick.This classic event consists of a 2.4mile swim, 112 mile bike ride followed by a full marathon. Anne, looked to enjoy the whole experience smiling throughout, absolutely smashed it finishing in

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Everyone Active? Well most

It was another strong turnout for the club at the Everyone Active, a repeat of the Mermaid 10km race in April with an opportunity to post yet another fast time for the year. We had 5 of our Harriers making the top 20 with Wes Tarn taking the honours after a 4th place finish in

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Mitchell takes Honours

Mermaid 10km is a very popular race on the local circuit due to it’s flat course profile and a real chance to get a personal best early in the season and for some this delivered. Adam Mitchell was first Harrier home after sitting on team mate Paul Allan’s shoulder for most of the race before

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Made from Good Stock

On a very busy week for club athletes, four of our athletes were in action at the Stockton Duathlon. Mike Jefferies was first to finish in the standard race in a fantastic 42nd place in 2:04:48. Becci Butler was first lady to finish of the trio in the sprint race, finishing in an impressive198th in

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What a set of Hornblowers

Last weekend we had two of our athletes in action at the Ripon Hornblower Duathlon. Duathlon’s are getting very popular especially for those who don’t like the swim element of a Triathlon so these run-bike-run events are perfect.Jade Hutchinson was first back for the club in an excellent 41st position, sister Becci Butler 171st representing

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Harriers head to Aycliffe

Sunday saw a number of runners head to the “scenic” Aycliffe 10k. This race forms part of the 10k race series for the club and is 2 and a half laps of Newton Aycliffe. Drew Inglis was first home in 6th place in 34.44 (club missing on results information with Colin Taylor also a top

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