On a warm sunny and slightly breezy Wednesday evening three Harriers crossed the border into England looking for new hunting grounds. The Tynedale 10 km was the venue with a fast down hill first mile and slightly undulating route it was a good test and fast times were on the cards. Not to disappoint Darrell Hastie lead the team home with a strong run securing second place with a sprint finish, Marcus D’Agrosa held on for a seventh place finish just outside a Pb and the team was brought home by Wayne Jordan Mcintosh in 10th with a great run and new Pb dipping under the 35 min mark for the first time and winning his age category and also securing the team prize for the GREEN MACHINE!!!!
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- Well done once again to all the junior athletes completing the Virtual SUPERteams Challenge! We are pleased to confirm that 565 U12 athletes completed at least one of the four Virtual SUPERteams Challenges, and a huge 163 teams feature in the final results. You can view the results on our website through the link below. […]
- Gala Harriers Virtual 5K Handicap Results The moment has arrived to announce the podium winners for this year’s club 5 km championships. This championship is open to all signed-up senior club members. Before I do this I want to thank all competitors for entering our first virtual club champs. I hope next year we are […]