Wesley Atkins

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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Jade Romps Home First

At tonight’s Roseberry Romp fell race, Jade Hutchinson showed her skills of downhill running and was best in class as she stormed past many runners on her descent. This fell race is a run (or rock climbing!) up Roseberry Topping and then back down again… A short race, but very tough with a steep climb

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Everything’s Cool in London

Sunday saw nine of our Harriers head to the big smoke for one of the six Major marathons, London. With weather conditions slightly cooler than 2018 (at least 10 degrees!!) it was a great day to experience the amazing experience of London. Despite his chip timing not working, Paul Cook was first across the line

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Tees-er Trail post

Last week we reported that a group of Harriers competed at the Stockton 5km trail race on Sunday morning, results have now been released. From a field of 172 Colin Taylor was first home for the club in 2nd place but strong runs from all five of our runners on the day. Well done all.Colin

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Ladies 2nd claim at XC opener

Harrier ladies had a fantastic opening race to the cross country season at a wet and muddy Acklam. Ellie Phillips put in a superb performance to finish 8th ahead of mum Sue Phillips 11th and Auntie Linda Noble 16th with Pauline Brown and Megan Noble fighting it out for 28th and 29th places. Millie Grayson

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Wet and Wild at Acklam

On late Sunday morning into early afternoon a number of hardened Harriers headed to Acklam to take on the first of the seasons XC events.The weather had been pretty awful for a few days leading up to Sunday and unfortunately the weather didn’t get much better on the day with heavy rain throughout the races

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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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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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Ozzy, Ozzy, Ozzy

In the mid week Ozzy Oiks fell race we had a small number of competitors in action covering the 5.7miles…some a little further!Some great performances from everyone on show, Paul Lowe back in competitive action finishing 1st Harrier on the day, Richard Bowes and Catherine Anderson both making their fell debuts, Catherine also picking up

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NYSD starts at home

On Tuesday evening at Eastbourne the first meet of the NYSD took place with a small number of Harriers taking part. Richard Bowes was first to kick off the action for the seniors in the javelin throwing 20metres 10 for 6th place. The other two eventsto take place werethe 1500m’s and 200m’s with Colin Taylor

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Atkins PB diet?

A popularrace on the racing calendar is the Marina 5miler at Hartlepool, an out and back event along the coastline. This event is completely flat for runners taking them 2.5miles out, around a cone and back to the start point. Flat and fast and known for producing good times. With London marathon only a week

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