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.
Monday started with a spot of track and field at Monkton Stadium in Jarrow. It was the 2nd gathering of the NEMAA Track & Field Grand Prix. Great effort by all who attended and took part. If anyone aged 35 and over is interested in finding out more about NEMAA Track & Field at Monkton, please contact Lisa Boyd. Tuesday was training and it was raining – AGAIN. This week Continue Reading →
On June 22nd the club will once again be participating in the Heaton Festival, offering activities in the Sport, Health and Wellbeing zone in Heaton Park (usually known as ‘the bit by the tennis courts’). This year, thanks to Alison Janes spotting an opportunity to apply for funds from Newcastle City Council, we’ll have lots of new equipment for activities and games. This is a busy day in the running Continue Reading →
It was another of those fabulous weeks with a bank holiday Monday in it and that is where we will start the roundup. Monday a small group headed off for what has now become a HH tradition, a Bank Holiday run around Rising Sun. Tuesday was training and this week was 800’s at the Rising Sun. I will be honest and say I didn’t attend as I was stuffed with Continue Reading →
Crikey it has been a busy week. Something happening almost every day. So lets get started! Monday was the North East Masters Athletics Associates Track & Field at Monkton. This was the first league match of the season of the For those not aware, NEMAA provides athletics competition for Male and Female athletes 35 and over. Championships cover all Track and Field events as well as Road Races 5k to Continue Reading →
There are now less than four weeks to go until the Anita Nott Race, so thank you for entering. There are still places so please let friends, club members and colleagues know as we don’t want anybody to miss out. Our aim at Heaton Harriers is to improve our races, year on year, and we are always looking at possible ways of making changes which will make our races even Continue Reading →
The Bournemouth Running Festival has a distance for everyone with races for both adults and juniors. Take a look here for more information.
Monday saw Strava littered with recovery runs after the weekend. Training on Tuesday saw us undertake 20 out and 18 back. This is a regular feature in our training schedule. It is a great session for individuals to work on their pacing, their effort and their general self awareness when running. It is also a session that you can do at your own pace yet be still out as part Continue Reading →
WC Monday 6th May. Whoop whoop – another Bank Holiday Monday. What that meant was an additional opportunity to meet up with HH’s for a daytime run; and that is what we did, with a small group running a steady 6 miles around the Rising Sun. Tuesday – training this week was a 3k time trial. Starting at Crossling’s corner and making our way round to West Street. It was Continue Reading →
Comparatively speaking it has been a much quieter week this week; so less quantity but still lots of quality performances. Tuesday was club training – 800m at Rising Sun with 2 minute recovery – as many as possible within the allotted 30 minutes. Our efforts ranged from a steady 4 intervals to a jaw dropping 8. We also had a few new faces checking out the club and a couple Continue Reading →