Vivianne Pow

Weekly Round Up w/e 12th June

The Weekly round-up of club activities covering all disciplines and age groups. This report will not provide you with a detailed account of each event but should give you enough information about what’s occurred the previous week, who’s participated and links to photographs and results. We encourage all members, parents and anyone associated with the …

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Forrest Grump

Sunday saw a number of Harriers head to Loftus for the 35th Poultry Run, an event many have been too chicken to enter and many others have fallen fowl of the conditions. This is a multi terrain 8 mile race with three challenging ascents. Graham O’Hara was first home for the club in 115th place …

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David and Viv Pow-ers through

David Aiken and Viv Pow were our only two runners at the Ravenstoneable 10km road race. David was first home from the two finishing 33rd in 42:46 with Viv 142nd in 55:38.Well done both of you.

Viv and Tracy run together-ness marathon

Last week we reported that Viv Pow was running the Baxters Loch Ness Marathon, one of the most stunning marathons in the world. Viv supporting her friend Tracy Kirk with her first marathon in 2495th position in 5:31:26.Well done ladies.

John first home on Gray day

On July 29th Tommy the fist Addison, John Gray, Viv Pow and Peter Foulds were in action at the James Herriot trail run, a 14K run over moorland tracks and paths near Castle Bolton in Wensleydale in aid of Rotary charities. In wet conditions John was first home in 98th place in 77.92, Tommy 101st …

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What a load of cobbles

Another race to take place this week was the Durham 5 and 10km events on Wednesday evening. The World Heritage Site provides the stunning backdrop to this exciting event that chases through the narrow cobbled streets and along the beautiful River Wear with the imposing 900 year old Cathedral always beckoning. Tony Winward was first …

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New Marshall in town

As the sun continues to shine kindly on England over several weeks now, the Everyone Active 5km race, Middlesboro, on Sunday morning proved to be another race where the sun made running difficult for all abilities. For those who haven’t done this race before, it’s a fast and flat circuit until you reach the stadium …

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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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Ladies Dash to Dalby

Amanda Garvey Kovac, Viv Pow, Laura Girard and Leigh Hindle headed to Dalby to take on the annual 10k Dash. Starting from Low Dalby visitor’s centre, the first 2 miles are a steady uphill climb on a private tarmac road along House Dale and then at the top of the hill runners turn right as …

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Harriers M.I.A

Cath Robson who has joined us in recent weeks was in action at the Redcar Half Marathon. Cath who was missing from the results as was showing as unaffiliated finished 481st in an excellent time of 1 hour 57:36. Also last week we reported that Viv Pow was one of two Harriers competing at the …

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Duo head to Grewelthorpe

Viv Pow and Paul Kelly were the only Harrier at the Grewelthorpe 13km multi terrain race this Sunday. This challenging course takes in some of the toughest climbs and best views in the area, as you work your way up back roads, farmers’ fields, fords, moors and woodland. This may be a slightly more challenging …

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Off to the Castle

Last Sunday morning we had a number of Harriers at the Auckland Castle 5mile race. Starting at the Robinson Arch, the run takes runners past the Walled Garden, into the park where you will enjoy the scenic course as well as passing the Deer House. This race includes all terrain, trail and forest and can …

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McAllister makes the Front Page

On Sunday saw the return of the Great north run, an event which Grows in popularity year on year and now sees 57,000 entries Although many of these will be deferred it still has in excess of 40,000 year in year out which is fantastic for the North East. Through inside knowledge from organisers, Darlington …

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Viv Pow-ers round Coxhoe

Two weeks ago we had a small number of Harriers in competition at the Coxhoe Trail 10k. Results have finally been released! Viv Pow 58th 53:42 Amanda Kovac-Garvey 33rd 76:22

Record turnout at Darlington

On Sunday morning on home turf, the Darlington Harriers were out in force as nearly 200 club runners pulled on their club vest to run in both the Darlington 3k and 10k races. Some fantastic performances on the day, many personal bests, some course bests and some first timers. You should all be very proud …

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Supporting Arthritis

Organised by:Imagine Physiotherapy Clinics are supported by Paul Cook of Darlington Harriers & AC and by the town’s Up & Running, are hosting this 5k fun run around Darlington’s South Park parkrun. The Course:Starting outside the tropical bird cage…well it has a parrot. Runners will head out past the children’s play area before taking a …

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