Weekly Round-Up – WC Monday 7th October

Monday was the Monthly Mile. 14 runners made their way to West Street. More info available on the Monthly Mile post. Next Monthly Mile is Monday 4th November. Tuesday – club session. 1 k intervals at Balliol Wednesday – AGM and it was a special one as we made a well deserved presentation to our Club Chairman, George Routledge. George was awarded to George Routledge Award – ‘The Geordie’. This Continue Reading ā†’

Winter Grand Prix 2019/2020

As the results of the summer grand prix were announced at the AGM, it’s time to move swiftly on to the winter events. Results from the first two races – Harrier League at Wrekenton and the October Monthly Mile – are below. Questions? Mistakes? Just let me know and I’ll sort it out. Ellie Clark 0 10 (10)Hannah Shillitoe 10 0 (10)Hannah Nagel 8 0 (8)Mandy Hood 0 8 (8)Abi Continue Reading ā†’

Heaton Harrier’s Christmas Shindig.

Thursday 12th December. Lezzet Restaurant. At Heaton Harriers we are as good at the social/fun stuff as we are at being awesome athletes.šŸƒšŸ¼ā€ā™€ļø This years Christmas Shindig will be at the amazing Lezzet Restaurant. Lezzet is ideally located a shot put throw away from Blue Flames and less than a triple jump from Four Lane Ends Metro. 7pm meet for a 7.30pm meal. A tasty 3 course meal will cost Continue Reading ā†’

Edinburgh Marathon Festival 2020

As our thoughts turn to next years running events, I thought I would highlight the Edinburgh Marathon Festival as one for your list. I know several of you have done this one before and all speak very highly of it. Take a look. https://www.edinburghmarathon.com/events/marathon/

October Monthly Mile

HH M Mile Oct 7th 2019 Pos Name Time Hcap Actual 1 James Meader 5.12 0.00 5.12 2 Jordon Cairns 7.16 1.30 5.46 3 Jack Shawcross 7.49 2.00 5.49 4 Peter Jobes 7.50 2.00 5.50 5 Dave Dale 8.25 2.00 6.25 6 Phil Green 8.02 1.30 6.32 7 Thomas Checkley 7.08 0.30 6.38 8 Chris Checkley 7.45 1.00 6.45 9 Ellie Clark 7.35 0.30 7.05 10 Mandy Hood 7.10 0.00 Continue Reading ā†’

W/C Monday 30th September – Weekly Round-up

Tuesday was a club session – Paarlauf session at Gosforth. Thursday’s club session was 20 out, 18 back. However earlier in the day, there had been the Great Run Local Quayside. I understand it takes place at 12.45pm outside the Pitcher and Piano. Although I am registered, I can’t see results as I didn’t actually run – so if you want shouts outs, you will have to let me know Continue Reading ā†’

Heaton Harriers AGM

A reminder that the club’s AGM is going to be held at the Blue Flames this Wednesday, 9th October. Arrive at 7pm for a 7:30pm start so you have time to collect your free drink from the bar and get a seat in the Amble Suite. There will be some vacancies on the committee, including vice captain roles for both the men’s and women’s teams and for ordinary members. You Continue Reading ā†’

DONT FORGET FOLKS MONDAY NIGHT (7th oct.)IS MONTHLY MILE.

Starting at the junction of rutland road and west street .All participants can run an accurately measured mile.The first runner will start at 7.30 so it is advised you get there early to do a proper warm up. This is not a race ,it is basically a personal time trial to give you an indication of youre fitness level.

WC Monday 23rd September – Weekly Round-up

Monday started with a bit of glitz and glamour for a couple of our Harriers. On Monday Lisa Boyd and Jordon Cairns headed to Gateshead International Stadium to be awarded for their sporting achievements in this years North East Grand Prix. Jordon was awarded 3rd male and Lisa 4th female and 3rd female in the throws festival. Fabulous achievement guys! Tuesday was club training night – remember to wear your Continue Reading ā†’

A trio of North East titles for Dani

On Sunday, Dani Smythe achieved a decisive win in the Redcar half marathon. This would be a cause for celebration in its own right, but extra recognition is due – and not just because the weather was so miserable. Redcar is the North East Counties Half Marathon Championship so, combined with her wins earlier in the summer at the Bridges of the Tyne and Tynedale Jelly Tea (both NECAA Championship Continue Reading ā†’