Weekly Round-Up w/e 21st January

Welcome to Darlington Harriers Weekly Round-up Report, keep reading to see what has occurred this week and what is coming up for club members.

How do I?…

Our club was formed in 1891, but how did the club become Darlington Harriers? Who were the people that founded the club?  Read about some of the great athletes that have graced our club, Olympians George Butterfield, Robert Hawkey and Joy Grieveson. Read about Fred Wyers who competed in the 1958 Commonwealth Games and other notable athletes such as Bob Stockdale, William Wylie, Ian Barnes, Paul Harker, Lewis Moses, Kieran Maxwell who have graced our club over the years and let’s not forget all the current members. The club is steeped in the town’s history from basic beginnings to current day and these pages will be updated daily as I trawl through the British Newspaper Archives.

Get Involved

We want to see the club colours at all of our events, especially team events such as relays, National, Northern or North-Eastern where we can get together as a group, support each other and make these events a social occasion. So let me introduce you to our Senior Club Captains.

In addition to athletes, we are always looking for volunteers to support club and local events so please reach out to Sarah Johnson as your first point of contact if you can support in any way shape or form. Thank you! #UTH

Don’t forget you can support the club by registering for the easyfundraising app and helping the club raise money. This is simple to do, download the App, link to the club then clicking on the easyfundaising app prior to making your online purchases (It’s only one additional step in the process)

Race Result

Sunday saw the return of the flat and fast Brass Monkey half monkey starting and finishing at York racecourse. This event is always popular to road runners due to the profile of the course which delivers personal bests year on year. Sunday’s event avoided the high winds that appeared later on in the afternoon from storm Jocelyn and with this being an out and back course you always receive the positive to any negative you may feel in one direction. The course and club runners didn’t disappoint as personal bests fell, Paul Gilsenan, Gareth Kyle, Ed Lamb, Nathan Price, Andrew Bainbridge, Mark Haymer, Naomi Hall and Samantha Stanley to name a few! Paul Gilsenan taking top honours for the club on the day with a 1.18.24 performance taking around 2mins of his previous best.

Full results can be found here

Useful Information

Diagram showing the clubs operating model, including partnerships, affiliations and competitions we are associated to
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