A Harlow couple raised over £3500 for charity after they completed the London Marathon on Sunday.
HARLOW Running Club were represented at the 38th Virgin Money London Marathon by 13 runners amongst the 40 thousand plus finishers. On what was reported to be the hottest day in the history of the event it was not surprising that there no PBs set on the day.
HARLOW began the EYAL junior season in decent fashion at Watford as the small squad of twenty-nine athletes, across the three age groups, scored over 300 points. In this particular match they were up against three of the bigger teams on the circuit, making their task all the more difficult.
HARLOW’S 2018 senior season began with a ‘home’ match at Lee Valley on Saturday 14 April. Conditions were perfect for a good day’s athletics and Harlow’s athletes took full advantage, coming second to a strong Woodford Green side; a side that included some of their British Athletics League squad.
HARLOW Running Club member Andy Bradley smashed his marathon PB by over 12 minutes at the Brighton Marathon, finishing in 2022nd place out of 19,787 finishers in 3hrs 47min 39sec. Sam Carter, in his second marathon in as many weeks, was 2442nd in 3.52.23 and Debbie Smith 7144th in 4.44.01. Meanwhile at the off road […]
AS PART of the build up to the Lonsdon Marathon on Sunday, we are saying Good Luck to a Harlow runner each day. Today, we say “Happy running” to Harlow’s Hazel Thomas. Hazel said: “I took up running three years ago at the age of 53. I am running for PhabKids. I do not belong […]
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WE hope you have all been cheering on Harlow representatives in the 2018 Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast in Australia. Andrew Osagie, Richard Chiassario and Jo Harten have all flown the flag in the England vest. But forty years ago, Sue Mapstone (now Collins) won a silver medal in the Pentathlon at the 1978 […]
A NUMBER of Harlow athletes ran superbly at the Manchester Marathon at the weekend. There were four personal bests (PB) and one club record from the eight participants. Alex Smith finished in 185th place out of 9340 finishers in a fantastic PB time of 2.52.54. Sharon Wright was 846th in a PB time of 3.11.13 […]
HARLOW Running Club had a magnificent turnout at the St Clares 10K at Hastingwood, on the outskirts of Harlow, with 38 runners helping to raise funds for the hospice.
HARLOW Athletic Club’s Richard Chissario saw his hopes of gold go flat at the Commonwealth Games after his tyre blew in a final rqce.
HARLOW’S Andrew Osagie finished a disappointing fifth in his heat of the 800 metres at the Commonwealth Games in Australia.
HARLOW’S Richard Chiassaro qualified fastest for the men’s T54 1500m final at the Commonwealth Games in the Gold Coast in Australia while Nathan Maguire also goes through after finishing third with Northern Ireland’s Jack Agnew qualifying as a fastest loser.
A TOTAL of 329 athletes laced up their trainers for St Clare Hospice’s 10k race on Sunday (8th April). The annual charity 10k race, which has been taking place for over 20 years, is a permanent fixture in Essex running club calendars.
HARLOW Olympian Andrew Osagie is in Austrailia ready to compete at the Commonwealth Games. Osagie has been selected fr the 800 metres and will be hoping to put recent disappointments behind him. Since bursting onto the scene in 2017, Osagie has put in a number of great performances, culminating in his 1.43.7 in the Olympic […]
HARLOW Running Club members were out and about at various races over the Easter weekend.
WELL done to all those who took part in the recent champs at Mark Hall.
HARLOW Running Club had several members at the Lee Valley Run Fest, featuring a half marathon and a 10K race, both starting and finishing at the awesome White Water Centre. In the half marathon Spencer Brooks finished in 198th place out of 467 finishers in 1hr 53min 11sec, Dave Goosetree was 272nd in 2.00.11 and Holly Nairn 304th in 2.03.59.
HARLOW’S young athletes ended the indoor season in fine style over the weekend. Sophie Bridle and Millie Upton were part of the Essex County Sports Hall squad, that competed at UEA in Norwich on Saturday.
HARLOW AC member, Dawn Jones, ran at the European Masters in Madrid, 21 March. She was in the quicker of the two heats and her time of 2.41.12 mins was not enough to see her progress to the final. The times were ranked in an aggregate list and she was twelfth overall.
HARLOW athletes have had a good week. It began with Dawn Jones winning the British Master’s V45 800m title. Her time of 2.41.99m sets her up nicely for the European Master’s Indoor Championships in Madrid: she races there on the 21st March. The week ended with a small number of eligible athletes competing in the […]
HARLOW Running Club member Andy Kinney got away from the cold weather by running the Kingston City Half Marathon in Jamaica in energy sapping 30C heat. He completed the run in 169th place out of 182 finishers in 2hrs 47min 09sec.
ON Sunday 13th May 2018, Harlow Race for Life will bring thousands of women together to support Cancer Research UK’s life-saving research. Just by signing up you’ll make a difference and whether you raise £10 or £200, every penny matters.
Harlow Running Club member Sharon Wright completed the exhausting Milton Keynes 20 Mile race in 127th place out of 939 finishers in an excellent 2hrs 26min 24sec. She was followed by Adrian Fell 141st in 2.27.49 and Martyn Coulter 149th in 2.29.34, a personal best time for the distance. Meanwhile at the Harpenden Half Marathon […]