ANOTHER busy week
A FEW weeks ago, we reported that Burnt Mill Assistant Headteacher, Shawki Bakkar’s plans to run the London Marathon.
HARLOW Athletic Club member, Shemar Boldizsar, ran at the BUCS championships in the colours of his university, St Mary’s. He competed in both the 60m and 200m events. On Friday he managed fourth in his 60m heat in 7.19s.
ON Sunday Lee Valley hosted the latest in its series of indoor events for age groups. Five athletes from Harlow took part. Katie Lee ran in the U13 girl’s 800m. She completed the four laps in 2.53.29 minutes.
HARLOW Running Club hosted the final race of four of the East Herts and West Essex Cross Country League on Sunday over a muddy 5 mile course on the fields and woods between Newhall and Church Langley. Before the race there was a minutes silence for Rob Parsons, a founder member of HRC and initiator […]
THE Essex Cross Country League concluded with a match at Gloucester Park, Basildon on Saturday. It was another disappointing day as Harlow managed to field only a single team, the Under 15 Girls. There were, however, some notable individual performances.
ON a cold but beautiful Sunday morning in a field between Mark Hall and Old Harlow, a number of local runnin gclubs gathered for the latest leg of the winter cross country league.
Excellent weekend at East and Essex Indoor Championships for Harlow Twenty-one athletes from across the age groups at Harlow AC took part in this year’s indoor regional championships, held at Lee Valley. The format saw athletes competing for Eastern Region medals and Essex medals for those who qualify for the county under birth and residency […]
HARLOW Running Club members produced some excellent performances at the Great Bentley Half Marathon, near Colchester, with several personal best times.
HARLOW Running Club competed in the third race of four of the East Herts and West Essex Cross Country League over a muddy 4.5 mile course hosted by Saffron Walden Striders at Newport. The ladies and men’s team both finished 3rd out of 5 teams and combined were also 3rd. Sharon Wright was the star […]
IT is with deep regret that Harlow Athletic Club announces that Chris Clark, one of its long-standing members, passed away on Saturday 20th January 2018 following a short illness.
HARLOW Running Club members training for a spring marathon competed at two 15 mile races on a cold, wet and windy Sunday morning and with the driving snow.
London Indoor Games A handful of U17, U15 and U13 athletes from Harlow took part in the London Indoor Games this weekend. The competition had an international flavour this year with guest athletes from Israel, Malta and Lithuania all participating over the two days. On the Saturday the Performance of the day for Harlow had […]
HARLOW athletes were out at a range of events this weekend, including cross country, hill running and indoor competition.
HARLOW Running Club plans to run beginner courses every year starting in the months of February, June and October as a general rule.
SEVERAL Harlow Running Club Members recovered from the New Year Celebrations by completing two closely located parkruns on New Years Day morning that had different start times.
HARLOW Running Club members were active over the Christmas Weekend with many running parkruns on Saturday and on Christmas Day.
HARLOW Running Club member Faith Jackson-Lee has been selected to represent Team
HARLOW Running Club, in a late result from the previous week, competed in the second round of the East Herts and West Essex Cross Country League
VETERAN Harlow runner, Alan Powers ran his hundredth parkrun down at Harlow Town Park on Saturday morning.
COMMONWEALTH Games England has today announced the 18 para athletes who will represent England in the athletics events at the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia next April.
HARLOW Running Club member Sharon Wright improved her own Female Vet 35 Club Record at the Victoria Park Half Marathon, finishing in 49th place out of 659 finishers
SEVERAL Harlow Running Club members took part in the Bass Belle 10 Mile race at Bassingbourn near Royston, so named because Bassingbourn was the wartime home base of the famous Memphis Belle Flying Fortress bomber. Martyn Coulter was first home in 27th place out of 368 finishers in an excellent personal best time for the […]
HARLOW Running Club member Paul Watts took part in the exhausting Maravan Marathon Double, multi-terrain marathons run over two days around Europe’s largest holiday park at Cleethorpes in Lincolnshire. On Saturday Watts finished the first marathon in 35th place out of 51 finishers in 5hrs 10min 50sec. Then on Sunday he finished the second in […]