Steven Craggs

Virtual 10k Relay (2k/3k/5k)

Thanks to all the athletes for taking part and supporting the event. Great running from everyone and some even better post “race” selfies….. Results below, congratulations to the wining team………….. Team 11 – Brian Thompson, Lee Hammond and Jake Brown Excellent team result with a total time of 43.35 for the 10km distance. Keep your …

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Virtual 5k Relay (June 2020)

Huge thank you to all the athletes who supported this event, the results are in… Outstanding performances and excellent runs from all the athletes, the team of Steven Craggs and Ed Lamb (or “Steve-Ed Cr-amb” as we’re dubbing them) came out on top with a combined time of 20.49. Both Steven & Ed exceeded their …

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Marking his Territory

Sunday saw Mark Haymer as the only Harrier to head to Northumberland for the annual Active Kielder Marathon. The Active Northumberland Kielder Marathon route follows an almost entirely off-road course around northern Europe’s largest man-made lake, Kielder Water, in Northumberland. Mark is a firm favourite of this event and was tackling this undulating course for …

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Harrier Ladies take Third

Last Sunday saw a number of our harriers at the Thirsk relays to kick off the Cross Country season. Getting things underway was the ladies and with Sarah Guy, Megan Noble and Bernadette Caygill in good form a third place on the day was an excellent result. Kelly Sloan led the team of Linda Noble …

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Harriers Half A Great Run

Sunday saw the annual Great North Run take place, a race which two of our club members (Paul Kelly and Harry Singh) have ran since it’s introduction in 1981, an amazing feat! This event attracts tens of thousands of competitors, many of whom raise thousands of pounds for their chosen charity and sees runners making …

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Plenty Pride Shown on Teeside

Sunday saw a large Harrier turnout at the Tees Pride 10km race, a race which is known for faster conditions than our home town race with less undulation around the course. It came as no surprise to see so many fantastic performances from the club members.Colin Taylor was once again the first Harrier home finishing …

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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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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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Craggs moves with pace

Steven Craggs was the lone Harrier at the weekends Mo Run 10km race, a race which is put on by the Movember Foundation held at Exhibition Park in Newcastle. Despite the course having to be cut slightly, Steven finished his 10km in 47:07 which is a huge improvement on his first attempt of 64minutes.Well done …

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Prenuptial best for Craggs

Last weekend the one event we didn’t cover was the Kielder half marathon where Steven Craggs was the only club runner in action. Steven, who is due to be married shortly ran a new personal best of 1:55:44 to finish 255th place. Excellent running Steven, well done!

Great North, turnout

On Sunday morning a high number of Harriers headed north to run the famous Great North Run Half Marathon a race which has been on the go since 1981 and one which two of our runners, Paul Kelly and Harry Singh are part of an exclusive club of under 100 people who have run every …

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Harriers Move against

On Thursday evening, Paul Cook organised the Move Festival in support of the Move Charity which helps young people who have had cancer, get active through sport. The founder of the charity, Gemma Hillier-Moses kicked things off with a warm up with the kids in the 1 mile run while husband Lewis was the man …

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Harriers out in Force

On Thursday evening 60 Harriers were on show at the NYMAC relays, a 4 person team relay each runner taking on a 1 mile loop around Stewart park Middlesboro. The course takes runners down a small bank which enables runners to get off to a quick start before levelling out until around 400m to go …

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