Steve Rogers

John’s a Record Breaker

Sunday saw the annual Brass Monkey Half Marathon take place in York, a race renowned for it’s flat and fast course and a big attraction for personal best hunters, along with those runners who want an early baseline of their fitness. …and this year is pretty early with only 12 days passing since the New

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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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Fireworks at Guy Fawkes

We had a good turnout at the Guy Fawkes 10 mile race north of Harrogate, a challenging event with hills a plenty for the athletes making this a tough mornings event. On the day it was Steve Rogers who was the first Harrier home on the day but excellent performances throughout the field, including a

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Club Championship Hots Up

We had a number of our runners in action at the York 10 mile and marathon events this weekend. These races are flat and fast and practically on the doorstep, so ideal for PB hunters and first timers alike. 10 MileTony Winward was once again first home over the distance, breaking the hour mark finishing

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Girls and Boys Dunne Good

Sunday saw a large turnout at the Redcar Running Festival where club members were spread over the mornings three events. Athletes had the option of running the Beacon 5km, Zetland 10km or the Half Marathon on the day, with all courses flat and fast giving athletes a great platform to achieve a quick time. On

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Harriers Fly On Home Soil

Today saw the annual Darlington 10km race, and for a nice change the weather was kind to the runners with cool conditions and even a little bit of light rain to keep runners cool. For those who haven’t ran the Darlington 10km before, this race starts behind Boyes leading up to Stanhope road and on

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Ray of Sunshine over Billingham

On a warm Sunday morning we had five of our athletes in action at the‘scenic’ Ray Harrison 10km. The course is essentially flat with some mild undulations due to two railway bridges which are crossed twice.The road surface is tarmac on semi-rural roads. The course consists of 7.5 km lap which is run 1.25 times

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Breezy At The Brownlee 5K

We had twenty Harriers at this years Alistair Brownlee 5km race. A race known for quick times on a pancake flat course… At least until the flyover was added a few years ago! That didn’t stop a number of excellent performances on the day including Tony Winward who once again excelled, breaking the 17 minute

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Captain America At Leeds

Steve Rogers aka ‘Captain America’ was our only Harrier in action at the Leeds 10km race this weekend. This race takes a similar route to the Leeds Abbey Dash that takes place in November and is flat and fast, ideal for achieving a quick time. Steve ran a solid 43:46 to finish 314th in a

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Operation Overload

On a wet Saturday morning, a number of Harriers were ready to take part in the Operation Overlord events. Some terrific results on the day with special praise going out to Janet Williams who completed her first ever 10km.Well done Janet, well done all of you. Half Tony Williams 1.56.42 Ste Rogers 1.56.45 Zoe Rogers

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NYMAC Relays

Thursday night saw another large turnout at the NYMAC relays at Stewarts Park. This event is always well organised and an excellent chance for members to get together and form teams of 4 regardless of speed. Some great performances of the night including a 1st place for Bernadette Caygill, Sue Phillips, Linda Noble and Tori

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Three swift Half’s please

We had three of our athletes at the Leeds Half Marathon this weekend. This race Starts on The Headrow, in the heart of the City Centre, before taking runners out of the City Centre, via New Briggate, towards the village of Meanwood.At around the 9-mile mark, runners pass Kirkstall Abbey before returning to the City

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Not for Den Dale

On Saturday morning we had three of our runners at the Dentdale Run which is a 14.2 mile (or a 7.9 mile) road race staged on the roads and lanes around Dentdale in the Yorkshire Dales. The course follows a figure-of-eight course, it winds up hill and down dale, starting and finishing at Dent Primary

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Saturday Fryup at Whitby

David McKenna and Sarah Guy along with Zoe and Steve Rogers were amongst the participants as they headed to Whitby on Saturday evening for the Hardmoors Fryup Thriller, a 10km circular route lit up by glow sticks to ensure competitors kept on track. Official results for this one are yet to be released but wasn’t

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