Sally Dale

Locke Who’s Talking

We had seven of our athletes at the Locke Park 20Ten event, an event which sees competitors run around the flat and fast park regardless of which of the two races you choose. In the 20 mile race, Linda Noble was first home for the club in 31st place in 2:39:44 ahead of Tony Williams, […]

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Kelly is the Sloan Ranger

We had some of our club members at the Scarborough 10km race this weekend, a traffic free, flat course around the spectacular Scarborough Castle Headland including Scarborough’s’ historic South Bay seafront, Marine Drive, North Bay Open Air Theatre and the North Bay Promenade. What more could you ask for?? This was another event that was

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Must Run Sally

Sally Dale and Tony Williams were in Sprint duathlon at the on a traffic free circuit at the test track at the Nissan plant in Sunderland. This event consisted of a 5k run, flat and fast 20k bike, 2.5k run. The run consisted of 1 full lap of the track followed by two shorter laps

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Humber Half My Lord, Humber Half

We had two of our athletes in action today at the Humber Bridge Half Marathon, a race which has an undulating course with climbs of 663ft and descents of 689ft, a really testing course for runners. Amanda MacDonald was the first of our two athletes over the line finishing in 2:22:08 with another athlete recently

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Hum(ber) Drawn and Halfed

We had a couple of our athletes in action at the Humber Bridge Half Marathon on Sunday morning. The route starts and finishes in Alfred Gelder Street. It takes in the waterfront and marina and then travels north of the city, along Princes Avenue, skirting Pearson Park, Newland Avenue and Cottingham Road. Runners then head

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Everyone Active….and Warm!

A famous man once said “Come out to the coast, we’ll get together, have a few laughs….”. Clearly had not been to Redcar for the Everyone Active 10k on Sunday morning. For those who haven’t done this race it’s a flat and fast course but can be challenging as it’s a coastal run so depending

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Handy Andy, Dashes at Dalton

A small number of Harriers headed to Durham to take on the Dalton Park 5 mile race, a new midweek summer 5 miler on a flat and fast course finishing in the Dalton Park Retail Centre car park.Despite some confusion as to what Gender Michael Watson may be, some good performances from Andy, Tony, Michael,

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Windy at the Barrage

The Tees Barrage 10k Race continues to attract the abilities of all runners from clubs to recreational. This popular race aims to promote running, encourage healthy living and to promote the great icon landmarks around the Tees between the Newport and the Millennium bridges. This is a great course for a PB, or if you

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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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Back on the Moor

Run Nation were the hosts again for this weekends 10km race at Newcastle’s Town Moor. This race is a flat and fast two lap course mainly on tarmac. Some good performances on the day despite cries of the course being long this time, Peter Armstong first home for the club ahead of Barry Talman’s first

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Cooper makes his debut

On Sunday morning a small group of Harriers headed north to take on Dalton Park 10k, a race which was postponed from December due to poor weather conditions. Run Nation designed this race “for those looking for a flatter/faster run” giving runners a “great opportunity to get a personal best for 10k” …and the runners

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More on the Moor

On Sunday morning on Newcastle’s Town Moor was the first event of this season’s Grand Prix 10k league, the Heaton 10k. For those who haven’t been to the town moor, it’s a fairly flat and fast course however it is very exposed to the elements so days of poor weather can have a big impact

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Harriers at the Dash

On Sunday morning we had a number of runners on show at Leeds Abbey Dash 10k, a popular race since it’s introduction in 1984 because of it’s flat and fast course profile. Some excellent performances on the day with a few course personal bests and actual bests on the day including Maria Daniels who broke

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