IF there is in person who encapsulates the spirit of the Harlow parkrun then it is Stevie Wright. On Saturday, Steve ran his 100th parkrun down at the Town Park. Steve took up running just a few short years ago and has found the parkrun has given him a real focus. He is also a […]
Harlow Running Club members were out and about at several events at the weekend. Brendon MacLean completed the Clacton Half Marathon finishing in 59th place out of 315 finishers in 1hr 40min 55sec. Meanwhile at the Torbay Royal Regatta 10K Kerry Mavris finished in 227th place out of 580 finishers in 51.30. At the Ocean […]
HARLOW Running Club members Paul and Wendy Schroder had a busy weekend in Dublin. On Saturday morning they jogged round the Waterstown parkrun, Wendy finishing in 18th place out of 73 finishers in 27.50 and Paul was 19th in the same time. Two hours later they completed the Dublin Rock ‘n’ Roll 5K, Paul finishing […]
HARLOW Running Club had six runners at the Orion Forest 5, an undulating 5 mile
trail race through Epping Forest.
HARLOW Running Club had 6 runners at the midweek Chase the Sun 10K at Victoria
Park last week.
HARLOW Running Club had three members competing in the London Triathlon, the
world’s largest, consisting of a 1.5k open water swim, 50k bike ride and a 10k
run. On the Wesminster Route on Sunday Andrew Kitson finished in 125th place out
of 2356 finishers in a personal best time for the distance of 2hrs 18min 14sec.
ON SUNDAY morning, close to a hundred young runner came together to celebrate Harlow Junior park run’s first birthday.
HARLOW Running Club competed in the Midweek League Road Race Mob Match last Thursday at Welwyn Garden City in a 10k race involving runners from all three
divisions of the league.
HARLOW wheelchair athletic Richard Chiassario has gone so close at the World Paralympics Championship but it looks like they go away empty handed.
GOOD luck to Harlow wheelchair athlete, Richard Chiassario who will be competing in the World Para Championships at the London Stadium in a few weeks time.
BURNT Mill middle distance runner Sidnie Ward made the final of the 800 metres at the English Schools Athletics Champs in Birmingham at the weekend.
HARLOW Running Club competed in the last round of the Herts/Essex Mid Week Road Race League Division 2 last week over an undulating 10K course at Stevenage. The Ladies team finished 2nd out of 6 teams on the day with the men’s team 4th and
overall HRC were 3rd.
THERE WAS disappointment for Andrew Osagie in the British Athletics Championships at Birmingham on Sunday.
THREE Harlow Running Club members completed the Giants Head Marathon, a very hilly trail race around and above the famous Cerne Giant carved into the chalk
hillside above Cerne Abbass in West Dorset.
HARLOW Running Club competed in the third round of the Herts/Essex Mid Week Road Race League Div 2 last week,
HARLOW Running Club members filled the first three places at the Harlow parkrun 5K. Ian Charters led the way as first finisher out of 190 finishers in 19min 17sec.
HARLOW Running Club member Rich Hynes had to keep to a tight schedule on Saturday morning.
HARLOW Running Club members were out and about at various events over the
weekend, at home and abroad.
Harlow Athletic Club’s young athletes got their season underway with a good result at Thurrock. Harlow can be considered to be one of the smaller teams in the Eastern League and finished fourth in their match and sit eighteenth in the twenty-eight team league after the first round.
HARLOW Running Club had a fantastic turnout for the first race of four of the
Herts / Essex Mid Week Road Race League Division 2 with a total of 64 runners.
TWO Harlow Running Club members completed marathons at the weekend, one at home
and one abroad.
Meanwhile at the Witham May Day 5 Mile race Catherine Ridge finished in 75th place out of 338 finishers in a superb 36min 55sec, Janice Page was 201st in 43.40, David Page 203rd in 43.41, Andy Kinney 212th in 43.39, Peter Mills 232nd and 2nd Vet 70 in 44.54, Laura Jephcott 255th and 1st U18 Female in 46.40 and Jamie Jephcott 256th in 47.03.
ON Sunday 7th May Steve Jack will run the 26.2 miles of the Halstead marathon, to support Freshwaters Contact Centre. Freshwaters helps parents stay in touch with their kids after a family break-down. It’s been running in Harlow for more than 20 years, and last year it helped 43 children from 29 different families.
HARLOW Running Club fielded 13 runners in this years Virgin Money London Marathon. They joined over 39,000 others runners on what was a great day for spectating, but when the sun came out, a little too warm for the runners.