Brass Monkey Half Marathon:- Times are:- Leaving Blue Flame at 6.30am Leaving York Racecourse at 1pm Budget just less that 2 hours to return. Northern Cross Country Championships (Pontefract):- Times are:- Leaving Blue Flame at 9am. Bus will be there for 8.45am Leaving Pontefract at approx. 4.30pm Budget approx. 2 hours 30 mins to return. (Taking into account service station stops). On both buses you are reminded that no glass bottles are allowed on board. Any questions please let me know asap.
A big congratulations is in order to our honorable membership secretary who yesterday completed 242 parkruns and 600 days consecutive running. An amazing achievement and is richly deserved. Well done sir.
Here’s wishing all members of Heaton Harriers a happy new year. Lets make 2015 a year to remember as we celebrate 125 years of our fantastic club. What is a club, if not the sum of its member’s and those that make it great! Why not make 2015 the year you join Heaton Harriers? Turn that resolution into reality and come along and take part in our sessions, see what we do and what we are about. Take a look at this page for all the information you need. See Continue Reading →
Position Name R1 time Handicap Actual 1 Dave Brignall 29.14 8.30 20.44 2 Andrew Mc Donald 29.14 10.20 18.54 3 Alex Marshall 29.22 6.30 22.52 4 Dennis Fadden 29.30 8.00 21.30 5 Caitlin Souter 29.33 7.40 21.53 6 Nina Cameron 29.36 8.50 20.46 7 Phil Green 29.37 9.00 20.37 8 Mark Oliver 29.39 9.30 20.09 9 Gary Pilgrim 29.42 9.20 20.22 10 Anna Oswald 29.42 9.20 20.22 11 Allen Mulliss 29.43 5.00 24.43 12 Sue Lindsley 29.46 8.10 21.36 13 Andy Burden 29.46 11.40 18.06 14 Jason Wall 29.47 10.40 Continue Reading →
As the end of the year fast approaches, its a good time to look at the current Winter Grand Prix standings, here they are! The races that are left to run are: Durham XC Signals,Wrekington Cross Country, Thirsk 10k, North Tyneside 10k, Blyth 10k, Wallsend 5k, Northumberland Half Marathon So get signed up people! Men: Ben Shillitoe: 11 11 22 Andrew Niven: 12 12 Jamie McLeod: 12 12 Les Smith: 12 12 Magnus McGillivray: 11 11 Allen Mulliss: 10 10 Wayne Fuller: 10 10 Jason Wall: 9 9 Ted Baty: Continue Reading →
Durham Cross Country Relays will be on Sunday 11th January. If you would like to run, please let your captain, Nina Cameron or Phil Green know by the end of December. It’s a flat grassy course with one little uphill bit. 2 laps of 1500m. 3 per team. Further details on Durham City Harriers website. http://www.durhamcityharriers.org.uk/…/Final-2015-CathRels-…
A fantastic showing at the weekend by Heaton on what was a testing course on the town moor for the North Eastern Counties Cross Country Championship. Some standout performances from Hannah Shillitoe who managed a fantastic 23rd in the Women’s Race with 4 Women making the top 50. Lucas Longman was 35th in the men’s race, breaking the top 40! Below are all the Senior Men and Women’s Results. Well done all! Senior Men Senior Women
We had a good turnout from our junior runners for the last Harrier League fixture of the year at picturesque Wallington Hall. First up and our sole representative in the Under 11 boys race was Matthew Green who finished with a trademark burst to finish in a very respectable 48th place. Next up were the under 11 girls who were lead home by Alishia Rushby who had another fine run finishing in 23rd place. Close behind was sister Naomi in 28th and making up our under 11 team were Nyasha Continue Reading →
For the first time in this season’s cross country season the sun didn’t shine, but the calm, relatively mild weather offered good running conditions. The course was certainly a breeze compared to last week, though there were a couple of tricky narrow sections to negotiate which made overtaking challenging. First counter for Heaton Ladies was Katie Maxwell who is getting increasingly stronger in cross country; Katie gained promotion to medium pack-well done! The other counters were Kelly, who had a great run, and Nadia, who despite not being particularly chuffed Continue Reading →
It was another mild Autumnal day that greeted our youngsters at the new Harrier League venue near Durham city centre. Most runners seemed to agree that this was a “proper” cross country course, with lots of mud, some steep descents, plenty of twists and turns and of course a couple of nasty climbs. After record numbers in the opening Under 11 races of the season the League made the sensible decision to split the race into separate girls and boys races. First to sample the new format and the new Continue Reading →