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Dave gets Tunel Vision

Another race to take place on Sunday was the popular Scarbrough 10km event. Runners start at the Spa Complex, onto South Bay foreshore, Sandside, Marine Drive and around the Castle Headland. Continue to the Peasholm Gap roundabout and then through Northstead Manor Gardens (past the miniature railway station), through the fantastic new open air theatre …

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PB’s galore at Redcar Half

Once the 10km race was underway, the half marathon runners set off on the figure of eight course. This years course was slightly amended with the race starting and finishing just off the coast road which resulted for a fantastic day for many runners within the field with many achieving New personal bests. Second claim …

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Harriers Fly into RAF

Another race to take place last week was the Trail Outlaws half marathon as part of the RAF Centenary celebrations at the historic RAF Spadeadam in Cumbria. This event take runners around the historic base that was part of the UK’s missile project during the cold war and offers stunning views along its length, winding …

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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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Dickie Debut for Louise

Last Sunday saw a number of our club runners at the Aycliffe 10km race. A race which sees competitors completing two and a half laps of a deceiving undulating road. Some great performances on the day including a sixth place finish for Drew Inglis, personal bests for Steve Rogers, Louise Dickie and Dave Smith as …

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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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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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A Touch of Addison

Another race to take place last weekend was the Raby 10km race which forms part of our 10km league. Raby for those who haven’t ran this course is a very scenic but challenging course. It consists of two laps and a couple of climbs along the way but with some nice fast downhill sections. Colin …

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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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Lost Harriers found in Dark Skies

Last week I reported that we had Harriers competing in the Dark Skies 14mile race at Kielder….unfortunately we had four runners missing from the results due to the manual entry system that the race organiser users. Apologies all and well done. Graham Garvey was the first Harrier home (not Barry Foster as initially reported) finishing …

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Moses wins

On Good Friday at New Marske, Darlington Harriers were once again out in force with the biggest club representation. On a cool day with a small amount of wind there was some excellent performances amongst the club right the way through the field. Lewis Moses was in supreme form leaving the field standing as he …

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Runners take to Dark Skies

Last Sunday a number of runners opted for the Dark Skies of Northumberland to the bright skies of Darlington as runners took on the Dark Skies Run at Kielder Water and Forest Park. A beautiful run for the runners over 14miles around a stunning backdrop. Barry Foster was first home for the club, but well …

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